How does the Vehicle Tracking System work? GPS (Global Positioning System)

GPS (Global Positioning System)
What is GPS?

GPS (Global Positioning System) is a satellite navigation system that provides location and time data in all weather conditions with four or more satellites to detect the position of the GPS receiver in sight paths accessible worldwide. The GPS, which was first introduced for military purposes, became available for civilian use after the crash of a passenger plane veering away from its normal course with 269 passengers in 1983. Today GPS systems are widely used in various types, from airplanes to cell phones, from vehicle tracking systems to navigation and mapping systems.

There is more than one global positioning system. The various systems developed by different countries are given the following names:

GPS was developed by the United States, and started at the time of the launch of the first satellite, namely in 1978, and was completed in 1994 to reach 24 satellites.

GLONASS developed by Russia The project which started with the launch of the first satellite in 1979 could only be completed in 2011 with the number of satellites reaching 24.

GALILEO Initiated by the European Space Agency, ESA, in 1999 will incorporate 30 satellites in total and will be available for civilian use in 2019.

COMPASS-BEIDOU-2 by China. This system is based on the COMPASS-BEIDOU-1 system, which was included in the mission in 2000 with 3 satellites. The system will work in 2020 with 35 satellites.

IRNSS The project started in 2006 after receiving approval from the Indian government. This system was designed as a local positioning system and was inaugurated in 2016 with a total of 9 satellites.

What is GPRS (General Packet Radio Service)

GPRS is a technology that allows you to go online through your cell phone. GPRS connection technology (packet base services) provides a faster and more economical data transfer than conventional connection modes (circuit-switched services). Unlike conventional connection technologies, GPRS technology will charge you according to the amount of data transferred, not the connection time. This technology enables data transfer from one mobile to another which is the basis for today's smartphones. As data transfers have increased and costs have fallen thanks to GPRS technology, vehicle tracking systems as well as all other mobile applications and systems can be run more quickly and economically. Along with technological developments, data transmission speeds are increasing. The terms GPRS, E, 2G, 3G,

What is a Vehicle Tracking System?

GPS (Global Positioning System)

In simple terms, a vehicle tracking system is a system that allows tracking and controlling of vehicles via online computers, smartphones, tablets, and more on a 7/24 basis thanks to GPS satellites. Vehicle tracking systems allow real-time tracking of vehicle speed, the route they have traveled, stopping points, rest time on a map providing information points with reports of various times.

How does the Vehicle Tracking System work?

The vehicle tracking system works with digital maps, GSM / GPRS, GPS, and special software. The mobile data devices attached to the vehicle transmit the two pieces of information they get from the satellites - in real-time while the satellite information is in orbit at the time of transmission - and transmit telemetric information such as temperature to the control and communication center via the GSM / GPRS network. The information received is then compiled by special software and recorded in a databank on the server. On the user side, the vehicle can be tracked on the recorded history and in real-time via a computer and smartphone/tablet using special software making it possible to visualize all information from the vehicle and to modify alarms and vehicle program status.

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