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Analytic Tracking system TrackInfo™
TrackInfo ™ - tracking system that controls and monitors moving objects such as automobiles, trains, agricultural machinery, transport containers, etc.
The main peculiarity of the tracking system is the possibility of making a track, i.e. the possibility to trace objects’ location at any moment as well as to visualize and analyze the history of motions.
Besides GPS-tracker, that is responsible for receiving information about the object’s whereabouts. The object can be appointed with additional transducers such as a fuel level transducer, a transducer of the level of airborne voltage, an engine transducer, a pressure transducer, a temperature sensor, engine rotation speed transducer, etc. that allow getting a comprehensive picture of the condition and location of the observable object.
Operating principles
A controller, installed on a moving object, defines the coordinates by means of GPS. Then the data is transmitted via GSM to receiving server for further analysis. In case there is no connection at the moment, the data are stored on on-board memory, and the transmission takes place when the object acquires GSM coverage. After that an automatic data analysis takes place, automatic reports and graphs are constructed, the location of the objects is mapped.
Reliable information
about the object
24/7 object
of analytical reports
Current tasks
A comprehensive analysis of information received from a number of sensors allows making a decision on the optimal use of transport facilities in an organization and saving budgetary funds. In particular, tracking system enables:
  • to analyze fuel consumption (comparison of current and normative figures, their correction, detection of cases of excessive fuel consumption, filling/defueling statistics);
  • to analyze the vehicle's technical condition
  • to exercise control over drivers’ discipline (detection of downtimes, disruptions of a schedule, misuse, speed limit violation);
  • to draw up analytic reports on the aspects of machinery operation and their integration with accounting systems, book-keeping, management, plan systems, consideration of time and operating mode of machinery;