The Possibilities of Supporting the Public Functions with Fleet and Force Tracking Systems

Abstract

The variable tracking systems for troops monitoring on field were popular for espionage in the 1980s and 1990s. Then they became essential materials for the action movies of the 21st century. Due to the rapid development of information technologies, the different navigation methods, systems and tools, this is now a 24/7 service and can be purchased by anyone to have detections and observations of the actions of vehicles, groups of people, individuals or even animals.

From the number of variable options available for navigation, the applicable procedures are based on radio frequencies, even within that, those solutions that work in the frame of the service of global navigation satellite systems. This is due to their universalities. Gratitude to the up-to-date wireless data transfer solutions that can assure the near-real time geographical location detection of the respective moving object and individuals. Nowadays, these alternate services are widely used in many areas of public life i.e. fleet tracking or personal and property security.

The proper way of integration into the state administrational technical support subsystem of these developed technologies and the implementation of the available services can significantly increase the effectiveness of the public duties’ performance, both in the area of public services and governmental organisations. These could contribute to the creation of the picture of “Good State” and to raise the standardised level of services provided to the citizens.

Keywords:

Fleet and Force Tracking Systems (FTS) Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) radio communication and data transmission systems public services

How to Cite

Károly, K. and Németh, A. (2019) “The Possibilities of Supporting the Public Functions with Fleet and Force Tracking Systems”, AARMS – Academic and Applied Research in Military Science. Budapest, 18(3), pp. 55–67. Available at: https://folyoirat.ludovika.hu/index.php/aarms/article/view/366 (Accessed: 20September2020).