Creating a Secure Logistics Industry with Universal Asset Tracking System
Existing Technology GPS: Global Positioning System, three satellites determine longitude and latitude for identifying location and tracking of various modes of transportation. Methods of communicating GPS unit data: –Cellular: GSM, Satellite (Used For GPS tracking) –RF Low power 433, 868mhz (Used for asset presence detection at a location, and to power up GPS unit) –868 and 922Mhz used for locator/range extenders
ATS’ Advanced Technology Internet or intranet access to real-time monitoring and tracking data GPS tracking via smart phone,or by SMS text messaging Download/Upload data to handheld devices (e.g. PDA’s). –Location of cargo and personnel. Location and exception based reporting of alarms. –Route deviations, unplanned stops, etc. Detailed mapping pinpointing geographic location. Issuance of commands to immobilize vehicles. Lock/unlock sealed containers. –Remotely or automatically at pre-authorized location. Tamperproof and concealed GPS units. Tamperproof and concealed antennas integrated with asset.
Real Time Communications Local Area Wireless-RF Wireless Wide Area Networks UHF/VHF GSM Satellite Monitoring Container Cargo Personnel Logistics Inventory Management Warehouse Management Cross Dock Wireless Download Warehouse/ Hub Store GPS Patented
Flow Chart ScannerGPS Communication Modes CellularRF UHF/VHFSatellite Server PC, Laptop, PDA
ATS Technology Applied to Cargo Security GPS technology can now be exploited to enable the world-wide real-time tracking of cargo. Cargo can now be secured in sealed containers preventing the transportation of unauthorized goods or the smuggling of people. Transportation data management enhances just in time management efficiencies and increasing productivity.
Total Asset Visibility Tagged cargo secure from theft Upload/download cargo, vehicle, personnel data Wide Area Networks Tamper proof GPS unit transmits tamper alarm condition Tamper detection Vehicle Immobilization Electronic solenoid lock seals the Container. Cargo door opens only At given destination GPS address, by use of hand held GPS based PDA, which requires user biometric Identification. Optical infrared hand scanner identifies and transmits tagged cargo data Patented
Asset Mount GPS Tracking * GSM modem 850/1800/1900 *Battery operated or 12vdc. *Automatic GPS unit power “ON” when asset carrying GPS unit leave designated area.(patent pending) * Auto reporting when GPS unit moves from park position *Automatic time interval GPS unit location reporting * GPS unit removal tamper reporting * GPS unit position accuracy 15m * Velocity accuracy 0.1km/h * Operating temperature:-30c to +70c Patented
Electronic Seal Hand held seal reader designed to read container door mount electronic seal Hand reader used to detect electronic seal optical strap tamper. Provide real time container inventory to expedite cargo flow through customs. Provides container asset destination information Identify container/trailer loader. Identify container inspecting officer. Operating temperature: - 30C to + 80C Patented
Electronic Solenoid Lock GPS unit data can be downloaded inside door lock processor with destination(s) address, cargo identity, and loader personnel information. Container doors unlocked electronically at a given address, when door lock processor receives power and given destination GPS longitude/latitude address from a hand held GPS unit. Patented
GPS Based Electronic Door Lock Patent ed Container solenoid door lock power up and data communication receptacle User Identify GPS based PDA Having a receptacle to power up Container electronic door lock and send GPS data to open door Electronic Deadbolt lock releases when Container and hand PDA actual location address is same as container door lock processor given destination address
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