Paper title:

Open platform technology-based mobile communications to identify a vehicle in any location

Published in: Issue 2, (Vol. 3) / 2009
Publishing date: 2009-10-20
Pages: 39-42
Author(s): Lupu Valeriu, Lupu Catalin
Abstract. The purpose of this project is to develop an open service platform for identifying a vehicle in any given location using Trimble GPS receivers Lasser SK II and necessary for the Zapp mobile terminals mobile Internet connection based on CDMA technology and TCP / IP. The analysis can be based on: studying the specific for the domain of identification of persons that are moving in a delimited region inside the country; studying of the informatics and communication technologies as a support for a new vision on the localization of persons; studying the GPS technology; studying the actually GIS solutions; standards regarding the information exchange at international level. The main object consists in the elaboration of a software application for the localization of persons that are in difficulty and the receiving of the first-aid in real-time. According to this, the persons that are moving (in buses, auto, train, airplane, etc.) can request the first-aid and they are spotted and identified using modern informatics technologies.
Keywords: GPS Technology, GIS Solutions, Wireless Internet, CDMA Technology, TCP/IP Protocol
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