24/7 Satellite tracking, monitoring and communications solution throughout South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Tracker Roam’s satellite technology delivers fast, and reliable vehicle monitoring which allows you to receive notifications to your email and cell phone. With the help of our user-friendly web interface, you have 24/7 satellite tracking, monitoring and communication solution throughout South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa at any time, from any place.

Notification to email (free)/SMS (standard rates)

Receive notifications either via SMS or email.


Depending on the solution you choose, various reports are available to help you manage your vehicles more effectively and efficiently.

Zones Management

Create, edit and monitor safe zones and no-go zones for each of your vehicles through an interactive map on Tracker's web page. The moment your vehicle leaves a safe zone or enters a no-go zone, you’ll be notified. 

Web Access

Monitor your vehicle's location and manage your fleet via Tracker’s web app. The precise whereabouts of your vehicle will always be just a couple of clicks away via Tracker's convenient web interface.

Reports Scheduling

Decide what reports you would like to receive and then have them automatically emailed to you. For example, you can request to receive a trip report summary every day.

Vehicle Grouping

Use the Tracker web or app interface to allocate your vehicles into different groups for monitoring and rule-setting. For example, if you are in the medical services industry, you could have one group dedicated to ambulances operating 24 hours, and another group dedicated to admin vehicles operating between 8am and 5pm.

Mapping/Traffic Information

Allows you to view traffic congestion and other traffic events.

Route Planning

Calculate the optimal route for your drivers to take and cut down on time spent on the road, which also reduces fuel costs.

Satellite Technology

Ideal for cross-border application because it is not reliant on GSM networks.

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