Vehicle Remote Monitor and Management System
Vehicle remote monitoring and management system (VRMMS) uses the DTU device to collect sensor data of various vehicle components and GPS information and upload them to OneNet via GPRS network. Through OneNet’s public interfaces, the web end of VRMMS can access the data and information and wrap them into applications for the purpose of demonstration, control, notification, etc. Simply put, VRMMS can remotely control and manage the tire, engine, tank, battery, intake-tube and other components of a vehicle.
VRMMS is an elaborately forged web-based information system, which relies on the access protocol and platform capability of OneNet. VRMMS consists of terminal device, IoT dedicated SIM card and cloud platform which corresponds to “end-pipe-cloud” respectively. The system mainly provide 3 core functions:
Online monitor: monitor the real-time status and the position of a vehicle, which facilitate the remote management for the user.
Region management: the operation staff can better monitor vehicles in a given region, pinpoint problems in time and take recovery operations accordingly. Besides, regional statistics can facilitate the analysis of traffic.
Real-time alarm: vehicle abnormities can be reported to the platform in real time and the related user will be notified through SMS or email.
DTU collects sensor data of various vehicle components and GPS information and upload them to OneNet via GPRS network periodically. The communication protocol adopted is JT-808. OneNet stores received data in time order following certain format. The web end can access the data and information through OneNet’s interfaces and wrap them into applications for the purpose of demonstration, control, notification, etc.
Basing on OneNet to develop the VRMMS, the customer largely decreased R&D costs and the expense for server deployment and maintenance. In addition, the customer achieved parallel management on 50 thousands devices, yet being free from troubled by complicate technical issues. Customer’s idea was quickly embodied into this robust system shortly in one month, within which period the system passed the entire develop, test and deployment process.