Vehicle Tracking System (GPS)

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ABOUT GPS VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEM

A modern vehicle tracking system uses GPS or GLONASS technology for locating the vehicle on electronic maps via the internet or specialized software with special GPS data services and with help of supporting Agencies Like...

1. GPS Tracking solution (USA)
2. Titan GPS B&B electronics Edmonton, Alberta (USA)
3. Johan wood Fleets system Vancouver
4. Satellite providers Iradium and Global star
5. Google and patch map provider (USA)

The system is widely used worldwide. Components come in various shapes and forms. Mostly modern, third generation GPS devices utilize GPS technology as GPS+GSM+SMS/GPRS and this united service offers real time tracking and monitor several integrated security systems.


They are “passive” and “Active”. Whereas passive devices are record and display passive data that time the active devices display current data. But many modern vehicle tracking devices combine both active and passive tracking abilities. When a cellular network is available and a tracking device is connected to it, transmits data to a server. When a network is not available the device stores data in internal memory and transmits stored data to the server later. When the network becomes available again, the vehicle tracking system/ vehicle tracker is like a box installs into the vehicle either self powered with a inbuilt battery or wired into the vehicle’s power system.

The tracking server has three responsibilities like receiving data from the GPS tracking unit, securely storing it and serving this information on demand to the user. The UI determines how are will be able to access information, view vehicle data and elicit important details from it.

vehicle tracking systems commonly used by fleet operators for fleet management. As example, the American public Transportation Association at the beginning of 2009, around half of all transit vehicles in the United States are already using a GPS – based vehicle tracking system. It is also an integrated part of the “Layered approach” to vehicle protection recommended by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) to prevent motor vehicle theft, are described by the NICB as “very effective” in helping police to recover the stolen vehicles etc.

After installation of vehicle tracking system, some quick operational instruction tips, which is known as “COMMANDS” are send to tracker through “SMS” to get the following services.


  1. Antitheft / anti hijack system
  2. Fleet tracking
  3. Track and trace of stolen vehicle by police
  4. Automatic vehicle and location tracking
  5. Fleet Telemetric
  6. Mobile phone tracking
  7. Data security
  8. Low battery alarm
  9. Power off alarm
  10. SOS alarm
  11. Geo-fence
  12. Multi –area management
  13. Movement alarm
  14. Over speed alarm
  15. Accident alarm (optional)
  16. ACC warning alarm
  17. Fuel alarm (optional)
  18. Cut off oil & power system
  19. Power ON/OFF
  20. ACC ON/OFF
  21. Door ON/OFF
  22. Battery Percentage (%)
  23. Shock sensor alarm (optional)
  24. Voice monitoring
  25. Advance navigation system
  26. Stoppage & distance tracking
  27. Data storage for a month
  28. Remote engine cut off
  29. Engine diagnostics information
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