Vehicle Tracking System is a huge system because it can consist of 24 satellites of a space for tracking any vehicle, So if you can interesting to know more about GPS Vehicle Tracking system and how it’s work then read on……
Vehicle Tracking System is used various products for tracking the vehicle. GPS Tracking for vehicles is used by many organizations such as car dealers, rental agencies, Courier companies and Taxi service companies etc. where they can view their vehicle on interactive map of their Real Time Movement. The map allows zooming in for a closer look. On this map vehicle can be represented as dots and it can indicates.
* Red dots represent that Vehicle that are parked.* Green dots represent that Vehicle that moving.* Yellow dots represent that Vehicle that are idling.
Working of an Vehicle Tracking System:
It can be done by online in which you can log in to the Vehicle Tracking System’s website then you can select a vehicle and click on ‘locate’ button. The Tracking system passes a request to GPS devices which is build into the vehicle which give response back with the position of the vehicle in terms of longitude and latitude. Vehicle Tracking System can also find out
# Speed of a vehicle in miles/hour.# Indicating about the direction of vehicle in which its movement.
Now that you know how vehicle tracking devices work, I’m sure that you would like to install a GPS Vehicle Tracking System in your vehicle.
The Hawkeye AVLS comprises of:
The Hawkeye hardware unit in the Vehicle computes an exact latitude and longitude position when it receives data from at least 3 GPS satellites.
This position and certain other data such as heading (direction), speed and time are encoded, compressed and sent by SMS to the Control station.
The Control station sends the decoded data from the Vehicle to the Web server. The Web server displays the position of the vehicle together with any other data specified, on the map. The data is also stored in a database, so that it can be played back and a record kept for future use.
When a client logs into the web server, he is identified through his user name and password.