Global Positioning System helps put brakes on energy traffic speeds

Steve Orr, driver behavior manager for the Halliburton Grand Junction office, checks a global positioning system unit in one of the company’s trucks. All 600 of the company’s trucks now have GPS units.



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Steve Orr, driver behavior manager for the Halliburton Grand Junction office, checks a global positioning system unit in one of the company’s trucks. All 600 of the company’s trucks now have GPS units.

Energy contractors increasingly are turning to a high-tech means of curtailing high-speed driving by their employees in area gas fields. A growing number of them are using Global Positioning…




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