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Easy Tracking Fleet Management Solution

Imagine the power of being able to track your dispersed vehicle fleet while sitting in the comfort of your control office. Imagine the added flexibility of knowing where your vehicles have been and where they will be next. Imagine the ability to optimize routing and incorporate real time operational needs while your fleet is on the move.

Now stop imagining...because Easy Tracking Fleet Management Solution offers you all of the above and much more. An anytime anywhere online enabled fleet tracking service, our Fleet Tracking Solution helps Fleet Managers and operators to quickly deploy a tracking solution with reasonable upfront investment.

Fleet Managers start experiencing the need for automation when the fleet increases beyond a certain size. While this varies from one industry to another, a thumb rule puts this threshold number of vehicles in a fleet at 50. Yet there are many industries where automation is an essential requirement from day one, even for a small fleet of few vehicles. E.g. the need for automatic vehicle location, tracking and management comes up when the cost of 'command and control centre' resources exceeds the productivity benefits of automation and a manual system just cannot meet the end user requirements..

Easy Tracking is Ademak’s mobile database solution, a cutting edge integration of the latest wireless technologies with computer, internet and digital maps for providing Automatic Vehicle Location and Tracking Solutions for a host of industries. It is a live, real time tracking system designed to receive, store, transmit and poll location status of your mobile assets. Our vehicle tracking platform acts as a powerful enabler for helping you get the most from your mobile resources. It acts the invisible eye for fleet operators across industry verticals.

Here are some typical circumstances which have driven fleet operators to approach us:

- Dispatching the nearest free vehicle to a location of accident/crime/emergency within a few seconds of the request
- Identify vehicles which are not performing the assigned function or stop at an unauthorized location or beyond an agreed   duration
- Over speeding / other deviations including deviation from the prescribed route, stoppage, etc. - Leakage of resources,   pilferage of cargo/fuel or keeping air conditioning on during long hours of stoppage
- Leakage of resources, pilferage of cargo/fuel or keeping air conditioning on during long hours of stoppage

Technical Details

What is Mobile Resource Management?

Mobile Resource Management (MRM) refers to a category of business solutions designed to maximize the productivity of mobile workforces.
The most effective MRM solutions combine Internet services with applications that leverage on-demand GPS, dispatch software, wireless capabilities, fleet management tools and transaction processes to help companies reduce operating costs and raise the quality-of-customer-experience.

What is GPS and how does it Work?

Developed by the U.S. Department of Defence for the military, the Global Positioning System (GPS) is a worldwide, satellite-based, radio navigation system that will give you the exact position of your vehicles, no matter where they are, what time it is, or what the weather is like. There are a total of 24 satellites orbiting the Earth. Each satellite transmits a unique code, its exact location and a very precise time code. On earth, the GPS receivers take this satellite data from multiple satellites and - using an algorithm and the time stamps - calculate the individual distances of each satellite from the GPS receiver. With some clever calculations, these can then point the precise location on Earth where the signal is received. The precise location is then transmitted by any of the available methods such as mobile phones (GSM/GPRS, WCDMA), Wireless (RF, WiFi, WiMax) and even a Satellite uplink for remote locations.

How does Fleet Tracking & Management Work?

Fleet Tracking uses satellite based Global Positioning System (GPS) to pinpoint the Vehicle-Location. It is a real-time tracking system designed to receive, store, transmit and poll vehicle location status using an available wireless backbone and digitized maps. The vehicles are mounted with Tracking Units that collect geo-coordinate information from the satellites and use it for calculating the position, speed and direction of the vehicle. The base or control centre Monitoring Station is equipped with the main server that collects all the relevant information from the various Vehicle Tracking Units and displays the vehicle position on digitised geo-referenced maps with the help of specially customized application software.

What is GSM, GPRS & GIS?

GSM (Global System of Mobile) is a popular mobile communication system provided by most of the cellular service providers in most countries internationally. GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) is a new communication service introduced by the GSM operators which allows secure and confirmed transfer of content like digital photos and other data to other GPRS capable systems. GIS (Geographical Information System) is software which consists of specially developed comprehensive and detailed maps of the city/country with latitude & longitude information of each place, street, junction and address.