SISCOVET: Control System of Transport Vehicle Drivers Using GPS Location and Identification through the Electronic ID Card
This paper presents new methodologies in the analysis of the driving and rest times demanded by the Spanish Ministry of Public Works to all transport vehicle drivers through a control system using GPS location and identification through the electronic ID card. It is proposed the creation of a control system for the vehicle driver through GPS technology. Furthermore, technologies will be used for the data transport between the device that will be included in the vehicle and a server containing the characteristics of each route traveled by different drivers. The proposed control system will use as access control the electronic ID card in order to avoid any sort of vulnerabilities related to phishing (identity thefts). It aims to study the technology used by the electronic ID card. So, the main technological innovation is the use of the newborn electronic ID card alongside with the most advanced wireless technologies in the field, integrating both concepts in the same electronic device.
KeywordsDNI-e (e-IDs) GPS wireless technologies Wi-Fi bluetooth transport
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