Model of the location system for transport

Keywords: geolocation, location analysis, tracker


In the modern world, tracking systems are actively implemented in various forms, ranging from smart surveillance cameras and integrated smart home systems to tracking parcels, passenger vehicles or vehicles carrying important cargo. This topic is actual for the companies working with vehicles, such as insurance companies, emergency services, and car fleets where tracking the vehicles becomes the commercial necessity. It also concerns those who prefer to work on a rotational basis and have contractors on wheels, for example mining companies, where it is important to track accurately the location of vehicles and calculate the route time. The tracker is a small device used to determine the location and track it. Nowadays, due to its unique properties, this device has a wide range of implementations such as monitoring of children and the elderly, creating optimal routes for the movement of goods using car navigators and video recorders, or ensuring the safety and accuracy of movement of private and commercial vehicles. These small electronic devices can not only determine their coordinates using GPS satellites, but use the built-in communication module to send them to a remote server for further database storage and processing. The currently popular cloud services can be used as a remote server, for instance, Amazon Web Services, the computing power of which is distributed in many geographic locations all around the world, and therefore, it is possible not only to save the obtained data in the geographic location closest to the user, but also to perform their analysis and processing without renting a separate physical server.


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Budko, V., Popova, A., Tolstoluzka, O., & Tolstoluzkyi, Y. (1). Model of the location system for transport. Bulletin of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Series «Mathematical Modeling. Information Technology. Automated Control Systems», 52, 19-26.