Technologies used by us for the transmission of the packet data in GSM. In this technology fees are charged for the amount of data transferred, not for the connection time.
Satellite navigation system for determining a geographical position. The system covers the entire public. It's public and free. In order to use it, enough to have a suitable GPS receiver. It consists of 3 segments, the space segment, ground and user. Positions are determined by the measured time of the signals from the satellites to the receiver.
CANbus: J1939, J1708, J1587
We read the logistics data from the various types of buses. J1939 is a set of standards defined by SAE. They are used in heavy vehicles such as trucks and buses, mobile hydraulics, etc ... In many ways, J1939 is similar to the older standards J1708 and J1587, but it is built on the logistics CAN module. The physical layer (J1939 / 11) describes an electrical interface to the bus. The data link layer (J1939 / 21) describes the principles of constructing messages, access to CAN and detection of transmission errors. Application layer (J1939 / 71 and J1939 / 73) specify the details contained in each message sent by the network.
Fleet Management System is a standard interface that provides logistics data - devices supplied by us are fully compatible with this standard. It was created by six manufacturers Daimler, MAN, Scania, Volvo (including Renault), DAF and Iveco. Encoded data are the same as for the SAE J1939. The frequency of repetition ranges from 20 ms (e.g. in the case of engine speed) up to 10 sekund (e.g. in the case of vehicle identification number). The amount of available data depends on the manufacturer and model of vehicle. If any data is not available from the interface level, the producer indicates that the information can not be read. FMS interface is the global standard. The direct connection to the internal bus system of the vehicle is not allowed by truck manufacturers and could result in warranty void. Some manufacturers are very restrictive in this regard and in their workshops during the revision, they removes all unknown connections to the internal system of the vehicle.
TMR interface – additional module allows for remote reading of the indicated range of tachographs memory and driver cards placed in the slots of the tachograph. Digitally signed file with DDD extension is generated. Such a solution allows you to read the data without the need to return the vehicle to the base. The files are protected from editing. When connected to the bus K-Line (D8) It provides a reading of the current status of driver working (driving, rest, work, break) and card numbers of drivers.
Allows the wireless connection of devices to the CAN bus of the vehicle. The main advantages of this are 100% non-invasive technology, secure and reliable reading of data from the CAN bus, no physical connection, the original wiring in the vehicle remain unaffected, quick installation and compatibility with the installation of 12V and 24V. The device is available in two versions: the J1939 bus and the J1708 bus.
Enables the wireless exchange of communication between the target interface which is a tablet / phone and a server TCP of Client, via GPRS Terminal S8 with attached WIFI module. Exchanges of data and user authentication is performed using WPA2-PSK standards - 802.11 b/g. Range of the module (reinforced by an additional inside antenna WIFI) up to a dozen meters. WIFI module meets all the requirements of certification - the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and radio