Vehicle Tracking System

‘Vehicle Tracking System’ based on GPS & GIS technologies. The online VTS System for tracking and monitoring of vehicles in real time. The system minimizes human intervention in monitoring the operation of vehicles in actual field conditions. The system provides an important regulatory mechanism for actual field operation as it generates a number of exception reports like Violation of Speed Limit, Skipping of Bus Stops, Deviation of Prescribed Routes & timings, unauthorized stopping, etc. The system uses GPS for enhanced accuracy of vehicle tracking integrated with GIS technology.

A GPS tracking system which could be integrated with software.

To ensure delivery times to customers are monitored and met. This required the ability to forward schedule deliveries with realistic delivery times whilst maximizing cost efficiencies. In order to achieve this, the chosen vehicle tracking system must be able to monitor both the intended and the actual delivery times. To provide an integrated web based application using GPRS/GSM communications to 'talk' to in-cab devices capable of displaying and sending messages and GPS data. To provide software support and maintenance for the life of the project.

Provide mapping solutions which incorporates address and longitude/latitude details. Supply and implementation of fully integrated in-house software, with Web Based mapping and reporting. Project delivered on time and within budget. Centralisation of all operations. Vehicles are fitted out with GPS/GSM truck tracking units. Automatic generation, collection, storage and retrieval and analysis of data & information and thus eliminating the human related errors involved in collecting of such data. Calculation of the actual distance traveled by the vehicle, using the GIS map. Finding out the shortest and fastest path to the vehicle in distress on the GIS map and generating the directions of that path for sending relief vehicle.

This project is one of the first "real" time projects operational in the marketplace today. It involves the use of dynamic geofences, and an auto-status report.