How GPS Tracking System Works?
GPS tracking is the surveillance of location through use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) to track the location of an entity or object remotely. The technology can pinpoint longitude, latitude, ground speed, and course direction of the target.
How does a GPS tracker work?
GPS tracking device is best way of vehicle tracking. A complete GPS tracking system is the combination of the GPS device, monitoring software and server. It uses the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network. This network incorporates a range of satellites that use microwave signals that are transmitted to GPS devices to give information on location, vehicle speed, time and direction. … Space vehicles transmit microwave carrier signals.
Let’s see how GPS tracking system works:
This is a method of working out exactly where something is. A GPS tracking system, for example, may be placed in a vehicle, on a cell phone, or on special GPS devices, which can either be a fixed or portable unit. It works by providing information on exact location and the movement of a vehicle or person. So, for example, a GPS tracking system can be used by a company to monitor the route and progress of a delivery truck, and by parents to check on the location of their child, or even to monitor high-valued assets in transit.
Lifetime Benefits of GPS Tracking Devices are:
1. Real-time monitoring Information
Our system shows you the real-time location of your vehicle, It displays speed, mileage, engine on/off, starts or stops of the engine, travel history and fuel level in the vehicle.
2. Reduce Fuel Consumption
The primary monetary benefit of vehicle tracking is reduced fuel consumption. When you know where your vehicles are and how they are being used, you are able to advise drivers on better behaviours that will moderate fuel costs.
3. Event Alerts
AVA GPSVTS allows clients to receive immediate alerts via SMS(message alert), email or PC window pop-up should events occur such as speeding, or arriving at a particular destination, leaving a certain area. Event alerts are a great tool for monitoring unwanted behaviour as alerts are sent the moment an event takes place.
4. Odometer Report
Get different types of reports displaying total working hours or odometer data. That reports are relevant to the management of vehicles. Reports can be exported to Excel, CSV or text for perusal or print.
Have GEO notifications sent immediately when a vehicle leaves or enters a designated area. It will help to decrease unnecessary wear and tear damage on vehicle.