A PROJECT REPORT ON GPS TRACKING SYSTEM: AAYUR TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS (No of pages: 72)

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CONTENT OF TABLE

CHAPTER                     

Chapter-1

INTRODUCTION

Chapter-2

COMPANY PROFILE

Chapter-3

         OBJECTIVE OF PROJECT

Chapter-4

LITERATURE SURVEY

Chapter-5

SYSTEM ANALYSIS

Chapter-6

GPS DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT

Chapter-7

DATA FLOW DESIGN 

Chapter-8

         SYSTEM TESTING

Chapter-9

RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS

Chapter-10

CONCLUSION FUTURE ENHANCEMENT

Chapter-11

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION:

A GPS tracking unit is a device that uses the Global Positioning System to determine the precise location of a vehicle, person, or other asset to which it is attached and to record the position of the asset at regular intervals. The recorded location data can be stored within the tracking unit, or it may be transmitted to a central location data base, or internet-connected computer, using a cellular (GPRS), radio, or satellite modem embedded in the unit. This allows the asset’s location to be displayed against a map backdrop either in real-time or when analysing the track later, using customized software.

 

OBJECTIVE:

  1. To locate the position of the any object or person attached with GPS receiver.
  2. To realize Automatic Vehicle Location framework that can transmit the area qualified information continuously.
  3. To Tracking server utilizing GSM/GPRS modem on GSM arrange by utilizing SMS or utilizing coordinate TCP/IP association with Tracking server through GPRS

 

PROBLEM STATEMNT:

The following problems are:

COST:

  • Purchasing a GPS based on price can be a major disadvantage.
  • If you purchase a “bargain GPS,” you will get what you pay for, and features such as traffic and up-to-date maps could be lacking.

 

DIRECTIONS:

  • Turn-by-turn directions are not available on every type of GPS device.
  • Some will give very little advanced notice before an upcoming turn.

 

ACCURACY:

  • Maps on GPS devices are not updated in real time for all models.
  • This means that it is possible a GPS device will direct you onto a road that is closed or no longer exists. It could also miss new roads and businesses.

BATTERY LIFE:

  • GPS units that are not plugged into a power source, and rely on batteries, which can drain quickly.
  • This can increase the cost of owning a GPS unit significantly.

 

LITERATURE REVIEW:

The GPS system belongs to the Department of Defense (DOD) and is officially known as the NAVSTAR System (Navigation Satellite Timing and Ranging). Its primary mission is to provide the U.S. Government and the Department of Defense the ability to accurately determine one’s position at any point on the earth’s surface, at any time of the day or night, and in any weather condition. Sounds simple, but it took a number of years and a commitment of over 12 billion dollars before the first GPS satellite was deployed.

 

1962: Richard Williams of RCA found that liquid crystals had some interesting electro-optic characteristics and he realized an electro-optical effect by generating stripe-patterns in a thin layer of liquid crystal material by the application of a voltage. This effect is based on an electro-hydrodynamic instability forming what is now called “Williams domains” inside the liquid crystal.

 

1964: George H. Heilmeier, then working in the RCA laboratories on the effect discovered by Williams achieved the switching of colours by field-induced realignment of dichroic dyes in a home tropically oriented liquid crystal. Practical problems with this new electro-optical effect made Heilmeier continue to work on scattering effects in liquid crystals and finally the achievement of the first operational liquid crystal display based on what he called the dynamic scattering mode (DSM). Application of a voltage to a DSM display switches the initially clear transparent liquid crystal layer into a milky turbid state.

 

 

METHODOLOGY TO BE USED:

APPLICATIONS TO BE USED:

GPS technology has matured into a resource that goes far beyond its original design goals. These days people from a plethora of professions are using GPS in ways that make their work more productive, safer, and sometimes even easier. There are five main uses of GPS today:

                  Location- determining a basic position.

                  Navigation- getting from one location to another.

                  Tracking- monitoring the movement of people and things.

                  Mapping- creating maps.

                  Timing- providing precise timing.

 

RESEARCH DESIGN

 

 

Type of Research                                            :           Descriptive Research

Population Size                                               :           100

Sample Size                                                     :           65

Types of Data                                     :           Primary Data

Secondary Data

Data Collection Instrument                :           Questionnaire

Data Collection Method                                 :           Survey

Sampling Technique                            :           Random Sampling

Statistical Tool for Analysis                :           a. Percentage Method

  1. Chi-Square Method
  2. Pearson Chi-Square
  3. Correlation Co-efficient

 

SAMPLE DESIGN:-

The researcher used an unrestricted sampling design.  The sampling design consists of two steps:

  • Sampling unit and
  • Sampling size.

SAMPLE UNIT:

The area selected for the study is Aayur Technology Solution .

SAMPLE METHOD:

The study will be involved probability random sample for selecting the respondents.

SOURCES OF DATA:-

 

PRIMARY DATA will be collected from Employees of Aayur Technology Solution . A well-structured non-disguised questionnaire will be made use to collect the relevant data for the study. The questionnaire will be framed such a way so as to elicit the required information.  From a list of employees at Aayur Technology Solution  at random 100 employees will be considered for the study.  Hence out of a total population of 100, 65 employees will be the research sample size.

 

The SECONDARY DATA will be collected through company profile, books, and internets. Through secondary data basic information about the organization will be known.

 

TOOLS TO BE USED IN PROJECT:

SOFTWARE TOOLS USED:

  • Keil compiler.
  • Express PCB/ORCAD

 

HARDWARETOOLS:

  • Micro controller.
  • MAX 232 Serial Communications.
  • Power Supply 5V.
  • GSM Module.
  • GPS Receiver.
  • Analog switch.

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