Andro Tour - A vehicle tracking system with advertisement
AbstractA vehicle tracking system determines the position of a terminal with Android GPS receiver or PCS phone and displays the position on a digital map. Recently, vehicle tracking technologies have brought some breakthrough in many areas. “Andro Tour – A Vehicle Tracking System with Advertisement” is the system developed for the travel agency which provides all the required facilities to their customers when they are ready to plan for any tour. The system gives live monitoring of vehicle to the vehicle owner wherever his vehicle travels. It also shows location based advertisements on TV (if it is available) without human intervention. Also there is automatic change of advertisement according to area. The information about the number of vendors present in a particular area, will also be auto updated along with the advertisement. The customers without much effort get information of the Historical places, history of the place, nearby hotels, etc present on their destination site as well as vehicle owner gets information where his vehicle is and at how many places did it take a halt.A gps based tracking system combines the installation of an electronic device in a vehicle, or fleet of vehicles, with purpose-designed computer software at least one operational base to enable the owner or a third party to track the vehicle's location, collecting data in the process from the field and deliver it to the base of operation. This system also focuses on the advertisement part which helps to generate revenue for the vehicle owner.
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