GMT 600 GPS Tracker
- Dust Resistant
- Live Tracking (min 5 secs)
- Ignition Detection (On/Off)
- Theft Alert â€“ In built battery
- Over Speeding Alert
- Geo-Fencing â€“ Zone and Route
- Network Loss Alert
- Remote Engine Cut Off
- Door Alert
- AC Alert
- Temperature Alert
- Fuel Alert
- Driver Behavior
- Camera (internal - still images) Qty-4
- RFID â€“ Driver and Passenger
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GMT 600 GPS Tracker Features
Multiple Camera supporting tracker
Camera along with identification (RFID/Fingerprint)
Multiple Analog and digital inputs.
Ignition ACC Alerts
RFID - Driver and Passanger
Make In India Mission
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes you can connect multiple camera to the GPS Champ Model GMT600 because it has a multi com box containing 4 RS 232 ports through which you can connect either 4 camera or 3 camera,1 RFID or 2 cameras, or 2 RFID respectively.
The driver behavior detection facility of the GPS Champ tracker transmits vital information to the owner of the vehicle or the company monitoring station in connection with the professional and personal behavior of the driver or drivers of light or heavy vehicles. Such transmission data include vital inputs as high vehicle acceleration, high driving speeds, high speed sharp turns, harsh and sudden braking, driver visual negligence in regard to speed breakers when driving at high speeds that can lead to axle and other under carriage damages. With connected external cameras the monitor can also observe the driverâ€™s responsibility when overtaking other vehicles, stopping at red lights, stopping at railway crossings, slowing down near childrenâ€™s schools, etc.
An I-Button is a GPS enabled passenger and driver information transmitting device, issued to the driver and to each passenger by the coach or bus transportation company, prior to the commencement of the journey. The I-Button consists of a metallic button embedded plastic tag containing a unique identification number (UID) of the passenger. The passenger touches the I-Button to the GPS Champ installed I-Button receptor located on the side of the coach or bus door, prior to him or her boarding the coach. This passenger UID is then digitally transmitted to the I-Button receptor system thereby authenticating, registering and validating the passenger for the journey. Similarly, the driverâ€™s personal details are authenticated, registered, validated and permitted, through the GPS enabled I â€“ Button Receptor system, to drive the coach for that particular journey. The vital authentication data of the driver/s and the passengers are digitally transmitted to the owner or monitoring station of the vehicle fleet.
Yes, the biometric sensor can be used for both purposes, i.e. attendance, registering and recording of the driver/s and passengers, and for vehicle tracking, monitoring and control. The vehicle will not start unless and until the driver will communicate his company authenticated details by touching his finger to the biometric sensor.