Innovations in GNSS/GPS technology reflect the aspirations of the times. Today, we are particular about our requirements and demand nothing less than the best performance.
The challenge for GNSS simulation technology is to respond to the requirements of the consumer.
GPS technology at a glance
It usually takes current devices to transmit data at two-minute intervals. While the accuracy of stand-alone systems measures 10 to 20 meters at 95 percent accuracy, there is no subtracting from the fact that despite limitations, GPS technology is an important tool in the transportation industry these days.
Let us explore GPS uses and benefits in land transportation a bit more in the next few paragraphs.
Keeping tabs on vehicles
Without having to spend too much, Business owners can track vehicles across the continent, and save money on maintenance. They can achieve this with the help of a digital scheduling and repair calendar that performs monitoring with timely alerts.
This accessible technology is offering a solution for determining spatial locations worldwide with the help of about 30 satellites orbiting the earth 20,000 kilometers into space. It takes only one person to monitor both vehicle location and sustain proactive maintenance requirements.
How it works
Briefly, a vehicle tracking system consists of a device and dedicated software planted in the vehicle. Once installed, the vehicle is connected to a central server that services the entire fleet using the same system.
The information from geostationary satellites in space includes position, direction, and speed of movement. Because of GPS technology, it is also easier to locate vehicles involved in sudden breakdowns, or perhaps a road accident.
If you are operating a fleet of vehicles, you should grab the opportunity to utilize available GNSS/GPS technology. Because of maintenance monitoring efficiency, entrepreneurs can enjoy the benefits of having a well-oiled fleet that breaks down less and operates with lower risk for accidents.
Moreover, the resale value increases and drivers are happier, safer, and more effective.