A tracking system is used for observing persons or objects on the move. It provides a timely ordered sequence of location data for further processing.
GPS tracking platform empowers you with a host of useful tools. This can have an immediate positive impact to your bottom line.
It is commonly believed that you cannot manage what you can not measure. Hence, GPS tracking gives you all the detailed information and control you need to manage down the cost of your fleet operations, thereby enhancing customer service.
It is imperative to take full control of your fleet and start enjoying the many benefits.
Tracking in virtual terms
In virtual space technology, a tracking system is commonly a system competent of rendering virtual space to a human observer while tracking the observer’s coordinates. For instance, in dynamic virtual auditory space simulations, a real-time head tracker provides feedback to the central processor, allowing for medley of appropriate head-related transfer functions at the estimated current position of the observer relative to the environment.
Tracking in real world
There are myriad tracking systems. Some are ‘lag time’ indicators, that is, the data is collected after an item has passed a point for example a bar code or choke point or gate. Others are ‘real-time’ or ‘near real-time’ like Global Positioning Systems depending on how often the data is refreshed.
There are bar-code systems which require a person to scan items and automatic identification (RFID auto-id). For the most part, the tracking worlds are composed of discrete hardware and software systems for different applications. That is, bar-code systems are separate from Electronic Product Code (EPC) systems, GPS systems are separate from active real time locating systems or RTLS for example, a passive RFID system can be used in a warehouse to scan the boxes as they are loaded on a truck – then the truck itself is tracked on a different system using GPS with its own features and software.
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