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4th IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2 2018)

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4th IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2 2018)

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September 16-19, 2018


Kansas City, MO


Organizations use fleet monitoring systems for e.g., vehicle tracking, driver behavior analysis, and efficient fleet management. Current systems are designed for commercial use and are of high cost. We present a prototype of a low-cost fleet monitoring system that could be used for non-commercial applications. The system is composed of a device, a service application, and a Web application. The device reads data such as speed and fuel from the internal network of the connected vehicle and the location of the vehicle and sends them to a remote service. The remote service processes and stores the data. The users use a Web application to view the data about their vehicles in real-time.


This is a manuscript of a proceeding published as Ben Othmane, Lotfi, Venecia Alvarez, Kendall Berner, Matthew Fuhrmann, William Fuhrmann, Anthony Guss, and Tyler Hartsock, "Demo: A Low-Cost Fleet Monitoring System." In IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2 2018), (2018). DOI: 10.1109/ISC2.2018.8656826. Posted with permission.


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