Vehicle Tracking System

Our Vehicle Tracking System is also integrated with assisted GPS. This technology plays its role when GPS data is not available due to any reasons. With the help of assisted GPS, the position of the vehicle is determined using the cell phone tower data. Our experts have experience in developing and maintaining the hardware and software associated with a fleet management system which manages all the functions associated with fleet management.

Features of Our VTS

Our Vehicle Tracking System is-

  • Easy to track the vehicle
  • More efficient on mapping the vehicles
  • Can be categorised
  • Designed with two SIM card facility. If one network fails, the system automatically switches over to next SIM and provides the details.

Use of VIS in Vehicle Tracking

Our Vehicle Tracking System uses Vehicle Identification System (VIS). VIS is an augment weighing process to curb fraudulent weighing and at the same time enhance efficiency. There are two tags using in Vehicle Identification System, each of which are uniquely pre-numbered. These are EPC (Electronic Product code) Tags which can be read from a distance and is connected with the PC computers.

Unlike traditional bar code readers, this system can read a tag even if it is not directly in front of the reader. Our system allows a readability distance of up to 90 metres. Readers are installed in the "Token points" so that the "Tag" fixed vehicle can be read automatically. This reader will be connected to PC computer on one end and to “Antenna” on the other hand. Antenna will be in the form of TWO vertical MASTS. These two masts will be fixed – one to each side of the gate, so that the “Tag” is within a distance of 9 m from the Antenna mast.

Use of VIS in Vehicle Tracking

The system is designed for the identification of vehicles. The system does not read fraudulent or duplicate weighment. Whenever a vehicle enters in a factory for the first time, a “Tag” is nailed or screwed to the vehicle.

For wooden surface, we use a PVC smart card which is directly nailed to the body. A plastic tag is fixed using a nut and bolt combination on the metal surfaces. The system issues a "TOKEN" only after sensing the “Tag” and also ensuring that no token has been issued to this vehicle earlier, eliminating the possibility of fraudulent weighment. This is possible to do so since, each “Tag” is uniquely numbered and Vehicle Number (Tag Number) is linked to Supply Ticket number at this stage.