• location.
  • route
  • accidents
  • entry or exit from geo-fences,
  • temperature
  • speed
  • acceleration
  • automatic distress call to emergency services in event of emergency
  • keeps vehicles to prescribed routes
  • telephone, paging, and internet
  • records events in internal flash memory, with write protection of important events
  • controls access by RFID
  • optional installation of additional functions on demand
  • software development kit
  • simultaneous independent monitoring on 3 terminals of vehicle



  • Twelve-channel GPS.
  • Built-in GSM modem.
  • Two RS232 ports .
  • Two inputs for analogue sensors.
  • Built-in accelerometer.
  • Two relay outputs.
  • Audio input/output.
  • Optional connection to local navigation systems and the Internet.
  • Stores up to 128 geo-fences or 384 road segments
  • Events Saved in EEPROM (1024 records)
  • Data saved at power-off.
  • Built-in power supply monitoring.
  • Optional system update.
  • Built-in program screen.
  • Built-in system diagnostics.
  • Dimensions: 110 x 70 x 30 mm.
  • Power supply: 12/24V x 250ma.

How the Device Works

image008The device calculates the vehicle’s current coordinates with GPS (Global Positioning System) and compares actual coordinates with those set by the user to determine if the vehicle has left or entered a set area (geo-fence), or moved more than 100m. from parking.  It also monitors for crashes and fires.  If any of these events occurs, t


he system automatically sends an SMS message, including the vehicle’s currrent GPS coordinates, to the system administrator’s computer, where the position of the vehicle is displayed on a map. Information is then transferred to the mobile phone of the owner and to emergency

services as appropriate. At set time intervals the system also automatically sends the vehicle’s current coordinates to the system administrator’s computer.

image012The in-vehicle unit uses the serial port of a mobile phone or a GSM modem to connect to a remote computer, from which the system is managed using the Dispatcher program. Geofences can be drawn as a circle or a polygon on the remote computer and then transmitted to the in-vehicle unit. The program also enables transmission of commands, reception and transmission of text messages, search for the last location of the vehicle, saving of data in a Logging File, mappings of current location, and monitoring of events.

Installation in the Vehicle.image014

The device and sensors can be installed in the front or rear of  the vehicle. Installation does not require modification of the body of the vehicle. The device uses only 12/24 volt from the vehicle’s engine and works independently of the vehicle’s ignition, with automatic controls for entering sleep mode and switching off. The only requirement is that the device should be installed horizontally for correct operation of the accelerometer. The GPS antenna and GSM can be installed on the outside of the front or back windscreen of the vehicle.

Optional Applications.

1. Railway transportation:

  • Alarm in the event of theft,
  • Location monitoring,
  • Remote monitoring of sensors,
  • Automatic or remote-controlled video-recording in the event of emergencies or thefts.

2. Municipal transportation:

  • Monitoring journeys (recording all stops and the route taken from the first to the final stop)
  • Monitoring, counting, and control of entry and exit of passengers by smart tickets
  • Monitoring crashes and malfunctions
  • Emergency call of line fault services

3. Taxi:

  • Booking
  • Automatic navigation and search for optimal route
  • Remote control of taximeter,
  • Monitoring, counting, and control of entry and exit of passengers by smart tickets
  • Monitoring crashes and malfunctions

4. Ambulence Service:

  • Automatic navigation and search for optimal route,
  • Link to health service database to obtain patient’s medical history
  • Operating communications with hospitals and clinics
  • Monitoring crashes and malfunctions

5. Police:

  • Help with interception (navigation, search for shortest path, monitoring of location),
  • Location and control of patrol cars
  • Link to police database
  • Monitoring crashes and malfunctions

Track & Control Vehicles



Universal Mobile Systems

  • locates vehicles automatically in real-time for fast despatch
  • prevents entry to unauthorised areas
  • stops unauthorised use
  • keeps vehicles to prescribed routes
  • sets speed limits
  • easy to install
  • DSP provides smart data transmission

All the time, children go missing on the way to and from school, or fall asleep on the school

Productivity & Profit

UMS (Universal Mobile Systems) tells you exactly where your vehicles are at any moment, enabling you to despatch them to new jobs more

quickly and efficiently: you see which vehicle can best respond to a new need and how quickly it can do it, enabling you to give more accurate timing to customers and employees.

It gives you reports on where your vehicles travelled over any given period and how long it took them to make a journey, or any part of a journey, so that you know where performance can be improved and what each journey is costing you.

It prevents a vehicle from entering or leaving a particular area without authority. It even enables you to set acceleration and speed limits, and to control the temparature within a vehicle.

It is easy to install in either the front or rear of a vehicle. It uses only 12/24 volts, and works independently of the vehicle’s ignition, with automatic controls for entering sleep mode and switching off.

It uses a DSP (digital signal processor) to compress data and send it at set times (as required) for more cost effective transmission.