The Vehicle GPS tracking system monitoring system uses data acquisition, mobile communication and Internet technology to feed back the vehicle's position and status data to the vehicle management personnel software. It consists of a vehicle host, a server and a client. The vehicle can be positioned, tracked, tracked, monitored, monitored, etc., and related information such as data can be exported and saved. Help vehicle dispatch managers to control vehicle information and improve vehicle management efficiency.
The Global Positioning Vehicle GPS tracking system uses satellite signals to provide information on the exact location, movement, direction, and speed of an object with a tracker. To broadcast its location, a GPS tracker typically uses the same technology that a cell phone does to make calls and connect to the internet. Tracking systems can be used in vehicles, mobile phones, and other portable and fixed units.
GPS uses satellite signals to provide information on the exact location, movement, direction, and speed of an object with a tracker.
But GPS isn’t a synonym for navigation. The difference between a Vehicle GPS tracking system and navigation is that navigation provides your location plus directions to get you where you’re going, while a tracker only broadcasts your live location (to you or someone else) or keeps a record of your movements and speed.
Vehicle GPS tracking system components
A tracking system consists of a GPS satellite, a tracking device (hardware), wireless connectivity, a server, an interface, and sometimes a signal receiver and a GPS vehicle tracking API. To be more precise, a car tracker usually has the following elements:
Mobile module (a phone plus receiver or a single GPS tracker) Sealed box for the module Car adapter (to connect the GPS unit to the onboard network) Built-in or removable battery Software Server Network connection
A tracking system can work in two ways: actively or passively. Active tracking offers real-time positioning of an object, while passive tracking records the object’s position at specific time intervals and defines the location between recorded points with the help of trilateration. With passive tracking, the GPS tracker needs additional memory. Still, both of these tracking methods are essential for traffic management that relies on the location of vehicles and their movement.
Vehicle GPS tracking system Main functions: mobile phone monitoring WAP version; mobile phone monitoring WM version; satellite positioning; oil cut-off; regional alarm; overspeed alarm; emergency call alarm; host power failure alarm; driving track playback; GPRS blind zone preservation; real-time road conditions; Mileage statistics; report analysis; backup battery; camera function.