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The location tracking system can automatically detect any suspicious events such as vehicles that exceeded the speed limit or vessels that deviate from the route, then analyses the data and send over alert to user.
Various tasks such as clock in and out, assigning clients and tasks can be facilitated by having the location information real-time syncing with the system. It will lead to a reduction of unnecessary labour and more accurate decisions could be made.
Receiving real-time location information of your employees and assets helps you to allocate tasks and make arrangements more easily. Moreover, having precise location information improves the accuracy in travel times and optimal routes after a team has been out on a job, making the travel planning more cost effective.
LOCATION TRACKING IN SMART CITIES
When we talk about smart city, A.I. and IoT are often the main subjects in the conversation, but it is the geolocation playing as the fundamental of it since most of the new-era technologies won’t be able to meet expectations without syncing with the location technology.
Smart cities use technologies to do things like improving transportation and accessibility, improve social services, promote sustainability, giving them the ability to control their living environment. All of these are developed base on the idea of serving the citizens and to solve the problems occur in the city.
Every object has a location, by translating that information into accessible data and analysing their interactions with other objects, we can identify their location in real-world and make decisions with its help. Location tracking technology enhances smart cities’ services almost in all aspects due to the ability to allow A.I. to analyse the accurate information in the physical world, for instance, virtual perimeters can be created by using geofencing location-based service, from security purpose to creating routes for tours, which can largely reduce the amount of manpower needed.
Data are obtained from various sources such as cameras and tracking devices, but they can also be collected from our daily activities like transportation and purchasing records. These kinds of information can help decision makers understand the trends and pattern as well while still having the location information as the core objective. In the past decade, the number of smart phones and mobile-connected devices has outnumbered the population of mankind, which gives us the power to buildup a gigantic database to operate IoT. The ability to connect those devices to the Internet nearly anywhere and adding micro-sensors to all objects provides us the potential of tracking any objects among the world.
Nowadays, we are using geographic intelligent systems (GIS) to resolve various problems, while it can be more than just knowing the real-time location of targeted objects. GIS has been used for capturing, storing, checking, and displaying data related to positions for decades, it can help individuals and organisations to better understand geographical patterns and relationships by relating seemingly unrelated data, such as informing users about events and services that are available in the nearby area.
With the expertise AXON Technology has in urban planning and traffic control, we can tailor-make your own GPS solutions, with our goal of helping businesses to accomplish tasks better, more detail, and more efficient, while keeping the workflow simple and easy to