Determining and transmitting the geographic location of a vehicle and tracking systems are now the most effective systems for the optimal management of fleets of vehicles all around the world which are being used in a wide range in public, police, and military applications.

 These systems, based on real-time vehicle's location, are powerful tools for navigating and controlling fleets.

According to the importance of meeting the national demands for Automatic Vehicle Location systems, Rah-e Abrisham Intelligent Systems Company, the major developer of local AVL systems, has developed a variety of intelligent GPS-based locating systems with various functionalities and applications which are being operational in the intelligent transportation fleet controlling network in Iran.


  • Tracking and real-time surveillance
  • Appropriate vehicle distribution management by analyzing the traveling routes and congestion
  • Appropriate management of the traveling and traveled routes
  • Device essential sensors control (temperature, fuel, doors, and switches)
  • Fielding rescue teams in an emergency based on the last location of vehicles
  • Controlling appropriate operation of the fleet

Features and advantages:

  • System usage for V2I and V2V communication
  • Swapping working mode between OFF, GPRS, SMS, and Offline
  • Operational in Offline, GPRS, SMS modes separately or in combination
  • History monitoring and making reports
  • Receiving the last location of vehicles
  • Defining the speed alarm for determining the allowed speed limit
  • Real-time monitoring the several (unlimited) moving vehicles at the same time
  • Defining different user access rights for system components
  • Defining vehicles, recording vehicles specifications and display information on maps such as vehicle color, name, and driver's specifications and so on
  • Definition of driver's specifications
  • Controlling and monitoring the status of all connected sensors to device, with statistical reports and charts
  • Capability of defining geofence; when a vehicle enters, or exits the boundaries defined, an alert is sent to control centers (via SMS or email)
  • Capability of sending instructions and directives by GPRS or SMS to the tracking system
  • Real-time and online displaying of vehicles to be used in controlling centers with LCD suitable for setting up time frames for updating vehicle location
  • Receiving a range of information from device including: Geographical location, speed, height, heading, various sensors data such as: Doors, windows, on-off status, fuel sensor, tank level sensor, temperature sensor, voice sensor, two-way communication, hydraulic, engine revolution, ECU and so on
  • Usage as the anti-theft system for monitoring the last location of vehicles on a cellphone or system, switching off vehicles, sending movement, switching on, and doors warning alarms and so on via SMS to the owner of the device and real-time web based tracking
  • Decreasing fuel costs through reducing unnecessary travels
  • Decreasing personnel costs through efficient management and right arrangement of the fleets
  • Compatible with Sepahtan, the national project of Iran Road Maintenance & Transportation Organization
  • Having the largest national network of GPS distribution, installation, and support
  • Managing the national transit fleet system equipping and making intelligent project


Technical specifications:

GSM module

3G support

Locating module antenna

External antenna

GSM module antenna

Solid internal antenna



STM32F107VCT6 upgradeable storage on demand

External storage

Micro SD


Power supply


100 mA/ 1.2W



Informing the vehicle divergence and rollover


Displaying system status and alarm

System upgrade

Through GPRS



Sending the images of drivers to centers for identification

Driver`s license readers

Reading the driver`s license data


Playing the voice messages


Retrieving the engine revolution sensor data for speed measurement


Copying internal storage data



RS232 protocols for offline port communication



Vehicle communication protocols for receiving speed and distance covered from vehicles



V2X communication modem with

DSRC 802.11P standard



Connecting external devices in a network by RS485 protocols such as printers, readers, and transmitters 


Analog input

Reading sensor data such as the fuel level

Digital input

Reading keyboard data such as SOS

Digital output

Such as sending instruction to relays