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Are you looking at up to date information about your fleet movement?
Do you Need information on a periodic basis about the position of your goods?
Do you want to be assured and informed of the time of delivery of goods?
Do you want to improve fleet and route planning?
Do you want to be informed in case of theft, hijack or Traffic Jam alarm raised by the driver?
Do you want to keep a check on rash driving?

Well if your answer to any or all of the questions above is yes, SreeGo Solutions has great news for you.

Sanjaya is an innovation from SreeGo, that provides never before transparency and control over logistics and vehicles.

There are two versions available with Sanjaya.

  • GPS based tracking system
  • GSM based tracking system

Sanjaya can be used in three different modes:

  • Desktop Application: Deployed on the clients system
  • Online( Can track vehicles online if not in the office
  • SMS: Can SMS the license plate number, from any mobile phone, of the vehicle to be tracked to a particular number, and will be replied back with the location within no time.

Sanjaya offers its clients a variety of features such as:

  • Real time monitoring of a variety of features such as: vehicles and logistics
  • Asset tracking
  • Graphical representation on a map for better understanding
  • Automated Time sheets / Trip sheets
  • Two way communication
  • Voice connectivity
  • Buttons for customizable messages
  • Driver based information
  • Distance traveled reports for every trip
  • Speed limit warnings

General Comparison
Your Requirement
Our Solution
Vehicle Tracking System. System can be upgraded to unlimited number of vehicles. The server side GSM modems need to be updated proportionally.
Online Tracking. Tracking Ranges from 300 - 700 mts within city limits.
Ranges from 2 - 14km outside city limits.
Online Tracking. One way communication from the mobile unit to the base unit.

Technical Specifications
Precision ranges from 300 - 700 mts with in city limits and 2 - 14 kms on national highways. Precision ranges from 1-25 mts.
Not suitable for pin point tracking Very much suited for pin point tracking
Extremely Inexpensive in terms of cost and maps Highly expensive in terms of running costs and digital maps.
Works only where there is cell phone network coverage. Same with this system.
Works anywhere- under a tree, roof, tunnel etc. Need to have clear line of sight with at least 4 satellites.
Does not depend on satellites. Entirely dependent on 28 American satellites which any day can devoid access for civilians.

Global Positioning System(GPS)

The Global Positioning System(GPS) is constellation of 28 satellites that orbit the earth twice a day, transmitting precise time and positioning information to any where on the globe, 24 hours a day. Each GPS satellite broadcasts two signals, PPS (Precise Positioning Service) and SPS (Standard Positioning Service). The PPS signal is an encrypted military-access code. The SPS signal is an unencrypted, spread-spectrum signal broadcast at 1575.42MHz.

The GPS receivers listen to signals from a minimum of either three or four satellites at a time and triangulate a position fix using the interval between the transmission and reception of the satellite signal. Any given receiver tracks more satellites than are actually needed for a position fix. The reason for this is that if one satellite becomes unavailable, the receiver knows exactly where to find the best possible replacement. Three satellites are required for two dimension positioning. Two dimension positioning reports position only. Four satellites are required for three-dimension positioning, that is to say position and elevation. In general, an SPS receiver can provide position information with an error of less than 25 meters, and velocity information with an error of less that 5 meters per second.

Global System For Mobile Communications

The Global System for Mobile Communications platform is a hugely successful wireless technology and an unprecedented story of global achievement. In less than ten years since the first GSM network was commercially launched, it became the world's leading and fastest growing mobile standard, spanning over 200 countries.

The GSM technology uses "Time Division Multiple Access", where each service provider assigns different frequencies to avoid interferences. There is at least one cell tower in every 900m-1000m radius in the high traffic regions (city limits) and in the low traffic regions (high ways) a single cell tower can over a radius up to 10Km.

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