How GPS and GPRS is used in GPS Tracking Systems?

vehicle tracking system combines the use of Automatic vehicle location in individual vehicles with Tracking Software that collects these Fleet data for a comprehensive picture of vehicle locations. Modern vehicle tracking systems commonly use GPS or GPRS technology for locating the vehicle.  Vehicle information can be viewed on Google maps via the Internet or Specialized Software.

Cost effective method of tracking a human’s mobility using two technologies viz General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and Global Positioning System (GPS).

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How GPS and GPRS based Tracking Systems works???

How GPS and GPRS is used in GPS Tracking Systems

The whole system allows the user’s mobilityto be tracked using a mobile phone  which is equipped with an internal GPS receiver and a GPRS transmitter  or aGPS Tracking Software. A mobile phone application responsibility is to track the GPS location and send it to a remote location by creating a GPRS packet.

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As unique identifier we have used mobile’s International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number which will be sent along with the coordinates. The person’s position is further saved in a  Mobile Object Database (MOD) for live tracking which is created in MySQL.

From MOD the data will be first integrated into Google Map API  which will be responsible for showing the current location of the mobile phone. Most of the applications developed so far use a handheld GPS receiver device for tracking the location, but we have reduced the cost of device by using the GPS Tracking Device which has an inbuilt GPS receiver.

And further the cost is reduced by using GPRS rather than using Short Message Service (SMS) for communicating the information to the server.

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