What is Vehicle Tracking?

Vehicle Tracking offers a collection of tools for transportation design that includes roundabout and parking layout design, as well as vehicle sweeping path prediction for steered vehicles, light rail vehicles, and helicopters.

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Why use Vehicle Tracking?

Swept path analysis

Analyze and forecast how guided, light rail, and flying objects will travel.

Parking lot design

Layout parking spaces and rows more effectively by applying geometrical principles.

Roundabout design

Quickly produce designs for roundabouts that mix in with current or future traffic layouts.

What you can do with Vehicle Tracking

Vehicle moves should be examined and incorporated into designs.

Analyze how steered vehicles, light rail cars, and airplanes move. Identify the ideal parking arrangement. Look at alternate designs for roundabouts.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Vehicle Tracking is a combination of software tools for planning parking lots and roundabouts as well as predicting the swept paths of guided cars, light rail vehicles, and aircraft.

The most popular technology for tracking and routine vehicle monitoring is GPS (Global Positioning System). Using a GPS transceiver to track the present location of the vehicle, the tracking system's goal is to manage and control transportation.

Vehicle Tracking is a tool that civil engineers can use to do swept path analysis and design, construct and amend parking lots, and enhance roundabout design. These civil engineers work on roads, highways, airports, rail, and site planning.

There are essentially three different kinds of vehicle tracking systems on the market today. Each has unique benefits and drawbacks. Cellular, wireless passive, and satellite real-time systems are the names given to these three types of systems.