Canegate Rd

8 Holwood Prk

Canegate Rd

Durban

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.856111

31.006404

90B Rapson Rd

Rapson Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.823254

31.01969

1837 Amatikwe St

Amatikwe St

Inanda

4310

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.697158

30.93353

283 Stamford Hill Rd

Stamford Hill Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.831716

31.022259

Vehicle Monitoring Systems

Car hijacking and stealing of vehicles is no myth but an everyday reality. It has since brought about the invention of vehicle monitoring systems. These were invented for monitoring schedule adherence and fleet management. These systems include the installation of electronic devices with designed computer software in a vehicle.

Modern vehicle tracking systems usually use Global Positioning Systems (GPSs) for locating the vehicle, but other types of automatic vehicle location technology are also used. Vehicle information can be viewed on electronic maps through the internet or specialized software. The most common
and effective method of monitoring a vehicle is the use of alarms. They detect violations and unauthorised entry. It then activates the siren that notifies the owner of the car of any intruders. There are a number of vehicle tracking devices. These have been classified as passive and active. One of the advantages offered by vehicle monitoring systems is that the position of a vehicle at any time is checked. It provides the relevant information for police or security officers to recover it quickly in the event that it may be hijacked or stolen.

Some sophisticated software used in vehicle monitoring systems record numerous parameters for each vehicle in the fleet. Information such as when it may be due for its next servicing is at the fleet manager's fingertips without the need to check through service records.

To find more about vehicle monitoring services, browse our Yellow Pages listings.



 

Vehicle Monitoring Systems

Car hijacking and stealing of vehicles is no myth but an everyday reality. It has since brought about the invention of vehicle monitoring systems. These were invented for monitoring schedule adherence and fleet management. These systems include the installation of electronic devices with designed computer software in a vehicle.

Modern vehicle tracking systems usually use Global Positioning Systems (GPSs) for locating the vehicle, but other types of automatic vehicle location technology are also used. Vehicle information can be viewed on electronic maps through the internet or specialized software. The most common
and effective method of monitoring a vehicle is the use of alarms. They detect violations and unauthorised entry. It then activates the siren that notifies the owner of the car of any intruders. There are a number of vehicle tracking devices. These have been classified as passive and active. One of the advantages offered by vehicle monitoring systems is that the position of a vehicle at any time is checked. It provides the relevant information for police or security officers to recover it quickly in the event that it may be hijacked or stolen.

Some sophisticated software used in vehicle monitoring systems record numerous parameters for each vehicle in the fleet. Information such as when it may be due for its next servicing is at the fleet manager's fingertips without the need to check through service records.

To find more about vehicle monitoring services, browse our Yellow Pages listings.



 
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