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Work in Progress / Software for GPS/GLONASS Vehicle Monitoring

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OldPMan
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Posted: 25th Oct 2013 11:37 Edited at: 26th Oct 2013 06:42
Hi, I am almost finished already an application for GPS / GLONASS Vehicle Monitoring. Written in DBPro.
Post the video of the application.

The system works as follows.
The unit mounted on the vehicle shall report to me on a netbook with a server application .
Netbook sends the data to my site in the database.
Shown in the video - a client application that takes required to display track data from the database of my site .
that's all) ) )









If you have any interest to discuss what I have to do this weekend.

OldPMan
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Posted: 25th Oct 2013 12:03
Maps used by the application are taken from the OSM.
Maintained until only one type of monitor units - Teltonika FM4200.
The server application is written in the same Dbpro.

OldPMan
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Posted: 25th Oct 2013 12:12
Client application can display:
tracks.
graphs. (fuel, altitude, distance, speed)
Details: ignition, onboard meals, internal power supply, 4 digital inputs, 4 analog inputs. parking, stopping, number of satellites, the signal gain GSM.

OldPMan
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Posted: 27th Oct 2013 08:57
I'm curious. Does elsewhere monitoring vehicle or not. Just here in Russia it is claimed.
And it brings a lot of money. For each vehicle paying a monthly fee - at around 20/30$ a month.

Chris Tate
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Posted: 27th Oct 2013 09:35
No not me personally. It looks interesting though; useful for taxi ranks or construction van dispatchers.

Sergey K
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Posted: 27th Oct 2013 14:04 Edited at: 27th Oct 2013 14:04
here in Israel we got Waze, its a pro navigation system that google bought. now they implenting more maps on it like all around the world.. and it still free =]

but your app looks promessing nice work!
but since its dbp spp, you need win8 tablet to run it as a "navigation system" no?

Stream SnifferTools/Plugins/Models/Games and more!
OldPMan
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Posted: 27th Oct 2013 15:12
Hello Sergey. Hi Chris.

This application is used not as a "navigation system" for the driver as well as a monitoring system for the operator who monitors the car.
Mainly used for cargo transportation over long distances and to control the flow of fuel (that-be drivers are not discarded and not sold fuel).

OldPMan
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Posted: 27th Oct 2013 15:15
So the same system can be used to communicate with the driver. You can connect well as "Panic Button" when clicked, there is some reaction of law enforcement.

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