Food service companies rely on delivery vehicles and mobile distribution points. Using the SkyEye GPS tracking platform to keep track of deliveries and mobile distribution assets ensures both security of the product and increases the efficiency of supply delivery.


Whether it is a small mobile food cart or a large food service van, mobile food distribution assets are very valuable to a business. In order to keep these assets safe and to ensure their proper use, owners can take advantage of GPS technology to keep track of their valuable assets and provide a better service to their customers.


With the SkyEye GPS tracking platform, food service organizations can track their valuable mobile assets with a wide variety of integrated devices. Food distribution points of any size can be tracked using a variety of tracking devices. Vehicles can be monitored for location, speed, driver behavior and much more.

Several devices even have the option to attach a temperature probe to keep track of a temperature sensitive food to ensure that food does not become unusable. Our food service GPS tracking solution is the industry’s best.

SkyEyeGPS Technology

SkyEye GPS offers a multitude of GPS devices that can cost effective, productive solutions for Food & Beverage service assets. Points of sale such as a truck or pushcart can be tracked using one of these devices.

For assets that do not have a dedicated power source, a battery powered device can be easily attached and swapped or recharged when battery levels are low.

Temperature sensors can be installed in any compartment that needs to be monitored for changes in temperature that could lead to spoiled food. Other sensors such as Fuel, Power Take Off (PTO) and Contact sensors can be installed to monitor a food service asset for any need.

RFID tags can even be used to generate alerts or change employee data.

Objective Questions:

  • How do you ensure the security of your food or beverage mobile distribution investment?
  • Is management immediately notified when temperatures in delivery vehicles become unsafe?
  • How often do your point of sale locations change?
  • What kind of data do you need to collect about your mobile distribution points?
  • How often do your drivers sit idling in your vehicles?
  • How safe are your employees behind the wheel of your company vehicles?
  • Are your employees actually on the job for the amount of hours that are being turned in for payroll?
  • How often do your employees use company vehicles for personal errands?
  • How much fuel is wasted because of inefficient routes or while a driver tries to find a particular location?
  • Are employees using company owned vehicles or equipment to earn money that is not reported to your company?
  • Are you able to quickly locate the closest vehicle to a specific location?
  • What kind of improvements could be made to your company’s overall work flow?
  • How often do your customers call asking when a delivery will arrive?

Interesting Facts:

  • The average vehicle consumes 1.2 gallons of fuel per hour while idling. At $3.50 per gallon, cutting just 30 minutes of idling per day saves close to $50 per vehicle in fuel consumption per month.
  • 33 percent of a vehicle’s fuel consumption is affected by how the driver operates it. The ability to manage and decrease hard stops and accelerations will drastically improve the safety of your drivers and decreases fuel consumption.
  • Reducing a truck’s average speed from 70 miles per hour to just 65 can translate into a reduction in fuel consumption by 6 percent, while reducing by another 5 miles per hour to 60 will give you an additional reduction of 7.5 percent.