USING GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS TO SOLVE COMPLEX APPLICATION PROBLEMS
Sergey A. Platonov, LLC «ST Technology», Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrey V. Platonov, LLC «ST Technology», Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Michail E. Postnikov, LLC «ST Technology», Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alexey A. Smyatskikh, LLC «ST Technology», Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Svetlana V. Khadonova, LLC «ST Technology», Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently, the list of areas of use of global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) is very wide: personal navigation, M2M, navigation of moving objects, various high-precision tasks. Along with these, which have become “classic” branches of use, new non-standard areas of GNSS application are emerging. But new areas of GNSS are also emerging. This is due to the so-called «digitalization» of the economy, production and in general all areas of our life. The GNSS positioning results are used in automation of production, performance of works and provision of services, accounting of work performed and services rendered. GNSS positioning penetrates into various information systems (personnel management, enterprise, accounting). And, of course, there are tasks of seamless navigation and, as a result, the use of combined positioning methods. Now, in many industries, the so-called “digitalization of the economy” is taking place, which in practice means the automation of many industrial and technological processes. Their complexity dictates the need for an integrated solution: the integration of GNSS positioning into related technologies. As a result, it becomes possible to obtain accurate data on the location and state of production and technological objects.
This article discusses several new applications of GNSS technology:
– Employee monitoring system in the mode «Outdoor & Indoor»;
– Car monitoring system on the territory of the maintenance station;
– Monitoring system of performers at the airport;
– Monitoring of floating signs;
– Evaluation of driving styles.
Keywords: transport monitoring, employee monitoring, telematics, GLONASS, INDOOR, navigation light, driving styles.
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Information about authors:
Sergey A. Platonov, ST Technology, LLC, Head of Sales Information and Analytical Support, Moscow, Russia
Andrey V. Platonov, ST Technology LLC, First Deputy General Director, Moscow, Russia
Mikhail E. Postnikov, ST Technology LLC, Technical Director, Moscow, Russia
Alexey A. Smyatskih, ST Technology LLC, General Director, Moscow, Russia
Svetlana V. Hadonova, ST Technology LLC, Marketing Director, Moscow, Russia