Vehicle tracking system is formed of two parts: a smart transceiver installed inside the car and a special application on the internet.
The transceiver (we call it tracking device) receives the location data from a dedicated satellite system called Global Positioning System (GPS), or Navstar. It also collects other data from the car computer and send it to the tracking portal. The portal combines a sophisticated mapping and reporting software, where the received data are translated into digital maps and reports seconds before you see them on your PC screen.
In addition to GPS, the tracking devices supplied by DMS support two other satellite systems: the Russian Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) and European Galileo.
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