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Design and Implementation of a unit of military vehicle dynamic management and monitoring system

Author WangQiang
Tutor ChenXiaoLin;YinJiang
School University of Electronic Science and Technology
Course Software Engineering
Keywords military vehicle dynamic management and monitoring GPS GPRS
CLC TP311.52
Type Master's thesis
Year 2012
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With China’s overall national strength continually building up, the modernization, mechanization and informationization of military weaponry equipment constantly upgrades. Since the modern wars have the features of vast battlefield, dynamic frequency, quickening rhythm, complicated cooperation, immense carrying quantity, hard defense and expensive equipment, high requirements are proposed for military traffic and transportation safeguard, which is an essential part of logistics support. The core of military transportation is to give accurate demand forecasting, make timely transportation preparations, choose correct transportation routes, and adopt proper transportation means; the starting and destination point is to deliver the required army, equipment, and materials to the appointed location in time and appropriately, improving the transport efficiency. Since the traditional approach has been unable to meet the needs of war and daily service, accurate guarantee with the core of informationization has become an inevitable development trend while strengthening the dynamic control, information collection and daily management of military vehicle is especially significant. As the important content of vehicle management and use, dynamic management is significant for military vehicle managing department to obtain comprehensive, timely and accurate information on vehicles’technical and running conditions, and to improve vehicles’integrated transportation guarantee capability.On the basis of the existing communication channel and the three-level network and according to the unified planning, this research puts our army’s vehicle management into the network of vehicle information management by making full use of the advanced computer technology, sensor technology and wireless communication technology. Whenever vehicles enter and exit, related data will be immediately collected, transmitted and processed, and then vehicle condition can be acquired and vehicle use can be effectively controlled, thus realizing the dynamic management and monitoring of our army’s vehicles, further enhancing the management such as control of vehicle use, actualizing the modernization of vehicle management and improving the management level of vehicle use. At the phase of system design, overall design, main system design and software design will be fulfilled on the basis of a great deal of research work; at the phase of actualization, system testing, overall evaluation and application feasibility analysis will be conducted on the basis of design, research and development, aiming to lay a foundation for popularization and application.The whole thesis consists of six parts. Chapter one introduces the research background, significance, trends at home and abroad, main research content and organizational structure of the thesis. Chapter two analyzes in details the key technologies of GPS and GPRS in system development. Chapter three analyzes the system requirements of the military vehicle dynamic control. Chapter four presents the detailed design of the dynamic management and monitoring system of military vehicles on the basis of system requirements analysis. Chapter five presents the realization and test of the dynamic management and monitoring system. Chapter six summarizes the whole thesis, emphasizing the research significance, pointing out the problems existing in the research and presenting the prospects of the future research.

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