if you do not need real-time location in your field service management control or hours of service control and their fuel consumption control, you can configure the Teltonika FM1202 GPS tracker to only send SMS alerts to a predefined mobile phone, reporting any new event or activation of digital inputs / outputs, FM1202 can be use an REST API to connect existing applications. FM1202 have 3 scenarios with scheduled reports for Driving control: over speeding (secure drive and prevent penalties) scenario, authorized driving (Driver identification with iButton Key) in their automatic vehicle dispatch and immobilizer function scenario for improve your service routes or deliveries tasks. If use their FM1202 tracker from our GPS tracking platform, you can manage their mobile asset efficient driving without requirement limit and you can control their FM1202 tracker using our mobile applications for mobile asset tracking or also manage the care driving of their drivers, in addition you can manage their drivers control of driving habits that help you to reduce cost and control different type of scheduled reports depending of your need or manage their mobile asset hours of service control (HoS) without any requirement limit. In our GPS tracking platform, you can also control their vehicle event management without requirement limit and you can manage their vehicle preventative maintenance that help you to reduce company cost or you can use without additional cost our automatic data sending service to external servers, in addition you can manage their mobile asset fuel consumption control that help you to reduce cost and you can control their manual task registration without any requirement limit or manage their automatic vehicle dispatch depending of your need. Teltonika FM1202 can update its configuration or firmware update via cable or OTA commands, if you use OTA commands reduce maintenance costs in your vehicle. To connect different external peripherals FM1202 GPS tracker provides the following interfaces: 3 digital inputs (1 reserved for ignition), 1 analog input, 2 digital open collector outputs and one 1-Wire protocol.