Vehicle Tracking System
RFID vehicle tracking system: Automated tracking, identification and access control of commercial or personal vehicles when they are meters away is one of the growing technologies i.e. RFID. ATS4u Technologies efficiently provides custom solutions on RFID over vehicle tracking. Organizations and businesses are using vehicle tracking to improve traceability of vehicles and shipments to manage the supply chain process.
ATS4u’s RFID vehicle tracking system evidently increases the efficiency of the whole process of tracking and provides you with real-time data and alerts which enables the business to understand ground realities and manage strategies and control processes.
Few features of the tracking system are,
- Identify vehicle electronically within meters
- In-Out tracking
- CCTV surveillance provides images
- Real-time alerts upon deviation from the expected location
Working process for ATS4u vehicle tracking system is,
- An RFID tag is attached to the windshield which is permanent or semi-permanently adhesive
- This tag contains vehicle information
- RFID reader reads the tag upon arrival within a few meters
- Sends the data to the system
- Gives real-time alerts via SMS or email.
A vehicle-related business faces many issues due Unavailability of data of vehicle tracking, having safety, security issues also chances of theft are more, also many of the time drivers do not follow the rules and regulations of roads, missing maintenance and servicing dates. All these issues can be solved with a single solution i.e. RFID.
Benefits of RFID based Vehicle tracking are,
- Fully automated solutions.
- Data collections such as vehicle details, driver’s details, driver’s license, relevant information.
- Notification for maintenance, expiration, or servicing.
- Prevent unauthorized vehicle entry or use.
- Improve safety and security
- User-friendly report generation
- Data pack up
- Flexibility process
- Real-time alerts and alarms.
Several types of vehicle tracking devices exist. Typically they are classified as “passive” and “active”. “Passive” devices store GPS location, speed, heading and sometimes a trigger event such as key on/off, door open/closed. Once the vehicle returns to a predetermined point, the device is removed and the data downloaded to a computer for evaluation. Passive systems include auto download type that transfer data via wireless download. “Active” devices also collect the same information but usually transmit the data in near-real-time via cellular or satellite networks to a computer or data center for evaluation.