Published on Feb 15, 2016
The main aim of this project is to Design of A Hybrid RFID/GPS-Based Terminal System in Vehicular Communications
The purpose of this project is to integrates RFID identifying and GPS tracking was proposed and implemented, which can enhance automatic management, information security, real-time trace and location, and anti-theft in digital logistics management Experimental results show that the vehicle terminal system can identify quickly mobile supply chain assets, trace and locate mobile equipment in real time, reduce loss and theft and enhance management control as well.
A hybrid RFID/GPS system was explored and tested in, which allowed for the real-time location of human resources both indoors and outdoors. In an embedded pedestrian navigation system comprising a self-contained sensor, the GPS and an active RFID tag system was presented, and a method of complementary compensation algorithm for the GPS/RFID localization was proposed as well.
The RFID/GPS-based seamless end-to-end tracking vehicle terminal system can provide identify, monitor, track, localize and manage key mobile supply chain assets, even though in the harshest environmental conditions. Moreover, the system can perform real-time stock checks, locate missing stock soon, position drivers quickly and protect drivers from danger in case of emergency.
Experimental results show that the vehicle terminal device can distinguish correctly RFID tags and receive accurately GPS information. The RFID tags information and the GPS data can be processed in time.
The processing results can be transmitted to the logistics monitoring center via the GSM mobile networks. The performances indicate that the system can improve the real-time management of movable supply chains
GPS (Global Positioning System) technology is used to find the location of any object or vehicle to monitor a child continuously using satellite signals. Three satellite signals are necessary to locate the receiver in 3D space and fourth satellite is used for time accuracy
GSM (Global System for Mobile communications) is the technology that underpins most of the world's mobile phone networks. The GSM platform is a hugely successful wireless technology and an unprecedented story of global achievement and cooperation.
Experimental results show the vehicle terminal system can identify quickly mobile supply chain assets, trace and locate mobile equipment in real time, reduce loss and theft and enhance management control as well