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@INPROCEEDINGS{GoGr06_SMC2006,
     author = {Goel, A. and Gruhn, V.},
      title = {A Fleet Monitoring System for Advanced Tracking of Commercial Vehicles},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2006)},
       year = {2006},
      pages = {2517--2522},
       isbn = {1-4244-0100-3},
        doi = {10.1109/ICSMC.2006.385242},
   abstract = {Many commercial off-the-shelf fleet telematics systems can provide basic tracking & tracing functionalities for vehicle fleets. These systems, however, require that dispatchers manually identify any discrepancies between the actual data available in the fleet telematics system and the planned data in the logistics system. Furthermore, actual data such as arrival and departure times at customer locations must be transferred manually between the fleet telematics system and the logistics system. In this paper we present a Fleet Monitoring System which can be used for advanced tracking of commercial vehicles. The Fleet Monitoring System can analyse messages sent from the vehicles in order to identify discrepancies between actual and planned data. Furthermore, it can be used to revise the planned data and to update the database of the logistics system, e.g. to store exact arrival and departure times at customer locations. As unexpected incidents and ambiguities are automatically detected, dispatchers do not need to manually analyse all messages sent by the vehicles and can quickly react on possible disturbances in the transportation processes.}
}