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Vehicle Tracking System Using Global Positioning System

This paper describes an interactive system for vehicle tracking. The Global Positioning System has made navigation systems convenient for in-vehicle applications. Today, GPS-based navigation systems can be found in variety of vehicles. In this paper applications and benefits of navigation systems are discussed. This paper presents the impact on individual due to land-vehicle navigation system. The influence on vehicle positioning accuracy is examined. There is an essential necessity for navigation system with the vehicle body. GPS vehicle navigation has firm hardware and software requirements. The purpose of this paper is to identify the working of GPS and its architecture. Monitoring the mobile vehicle is the core functionality of company dealing with the delivery or transport of goods. Technologies help in supporting this functionality from remote locations and update the owner with the latest information of their mobile vehicle. The information might need to be collected simultaneously as the vehicle is operational. Overall benefits of the system are also discussed. This helps the user in selection of this system. Technology like GPS has given rise to revolutionary change in the tracking system. The GPS Technology is very powerful tool for mapping. Initially the GPS continuously takes the data from the satellite and stores the latitude and longitudinal positions in buffer. To know the path of the vehicle there is need to send a message to the GSM which gets activated by receiving message. At the same instant the GPS gets deactivated with dispatch. As soon as the GSM gets activated it takes the last received latitude and longitude positions from the buffer and sends a message to the particular number which is executed in the program. After the message has been sent to the user the GSM gets deactivated and similarly the GPS gets activated. This is a cyclic process. ... Read more

Green Computing In Practice: Benefits And Implications

Green computing is the study and practice of using computing resources efficiently. The goals are similar to green chemistry; that is reduce the use of hazardous materials, maximize energy efficiency during the product's lifetime, and promote recyclability or biodegradability of defunct products and factory waste. Taking into consideration the popular use of information technology industry, it has to lead a revolution of sorts by turning green in a manner no industry has ever done before. It is worth emphasizing that this “green technology” should not be just about sound bytes to impress activists but concrete action and organizational policy. Opportunities lie in green technology like never before in history and organizations are seeing it as a way to create new profit centers while trying to help the environmental cause. The plan towards green IT should include new electronic products and services with optimum efficiency and all possible options towards energy savings. ... Read more

Knowledge Management Solutions - The IT Contribution

Managing an organization’s knowledge more effectively and exploiting it in the marketplace is the latest pursuit of those seeking competitive advantage. The interest in knowledge management has surged during the last few years, with a growing number of publications, conferences and investment in knowledge management initiatives. ... Read more

Exploring Parameters To Measure Efficacy Of Information Technology (It) Enabled Supply Chain

Supply Chain Management is a wide concept as it has been using as a tool to maximizing the organizational profits. Proper working of all the nodes within the supply chain, requires proper execution, sharing and exchange of information among all the nodes. Almost every supply chain practicing organization is using information technology as a means to communicate, share and exchange the information throughout the supply chain. This requires parameters to review test IT enabled Supply chain periodically to ensure its efficacy. This study aimed to identify the parameters to measure the efficacy of IT enable supply chain. The parameters were explored and conceptualized on the basis of literature reviews and empirically tested in manufacturing sector of India and final parameters are identified. ... Read more

Data Mining: An Effective Technique To Study Consumer Buying Behavior

In the industrial scenario the degree of success of the any Organization and the Manager’s job is measured by the ratio of Outputs to Inputs. Thus, this ratio becomes the indication of Organization’s Productivity. Hence, all managerial/administrative activities revolve around decision making. The manager is first and foremost a decision maker. As Managers have considered ‘Decision Making’ a pure art, a talent required for long period of the time through experience. A variety of individual styles could be used in analyzing a problem and finally solving successfully managerial problems. These managerial styles are often based on Creativity, Judgment, Intuition and experience rather than on systematic quantitative methods based on a scientific way. But in today’s situation business and its dynamics are rapidly changing and have become more complex than ever before. These changes in business world has wider impact on the managerial decision making process. Due to this situation, today decision making is more complicated than it was in the past. It is more difficult to make decisions for several reasons. Harbridge House (a Boston Firm) has conducted a survey, and ranked Clear-cut decisions needed as the most important of 10 management practices. As the trends are changing, it is very difficult to rely upon trial and error approach to management, in case of decision is unstructured and semi-structured decision making situations. Managers must learn sophisticated, new tools and techniques. Using these technological tools such as Data Mining, its mostly hot- cake in today’s managerial decision process. ... Read more

Comparatively Study Of Real Organization & Virtual Organization

The Invention of Internet & web technology has given Birth to so many new concepts in Business one of such example is emergence of virtual Banking. Virtual banking is one of the latest emerging trends on the Indian Banking Scenario. Usage of Virtual banking, though present in India was rest restricted to foreign banks. Today most of public sectors banks branches in metros and cities, have computerized front office operations (customer transaction) and their back office operation and information management system are also increasingly getting computerized and integrated. However, it may be noted that the traditional ‘brick and mortar’ banking with manual system does continue to prevail in most banks’ rural branches in urban areas too, most of the urban co-operative banks continue to use the manual system of banking. The article studies the comparatively Study of real banking & virtual banking in India and its role in fostering relationships with customers and giving them more value. The proposed study includes the evolution need and relevant, forces driving, merits and demerits of real banking and virtual banking. This work will include the comparative study of virtual banking and real (Traditional Banking) banking. Results have shown that virtual corporation (banking) can produce financial rewards for the organization. ... Read more

Sequential Pattern Extraction From Server Access Logs Using Plpc-Tree Algorithm

This contribution concerns mining frequent sequential patterns on click stream data applications contend with many challenges such as limited memory for unlimited data. Existing work on mining frequent patterns on data streams are mostly for non-sequential patterns and mines the frequent sequences from the WAP-tree by recursively re-constructing intermediate trees, starting with suffix sequences and ending with prefix sequences. This paper proposes an algorithm that uses data structure PLPC-tree to handle the complexities of mining frequent sequential patterns in data streams by totally elimination of numerous re-construction of intermediate WAP-trees during mining. The proposed algorithm constructs the tree while finding frequent individual events and then builds the frequent header node links of the original WAP-tree in an ordered fashion and uses the position code of each node to identify the ancestor/descendant relationships between nodes of the tree. It then, finds each frequent sequential pattern, through progressive prefix sequence search, starting with its first prefix subsequence event. Experiments show good performance gain over the WAP-tree technique. ... Read more

Evolution Of Flexible Software Model: From On-Premise To Saas

There are numerous ways of selling software these days. Business owners and technology leaders have many questions like should they buy software as a service or traditional on-premise? Which is best, user, usage- based pricing? In this research paper, we examine the challenges and future opportunities with Software as a Service. The paper also includes key questions for companies considering SaaS Vs Traditional on premise softwares. This research tries to explore areas for management to think and choose wisely between SaaS and traditional license softwares. The aim of this paper is to compare analyze the relevance and applicability of SaaS in the business organizations. Overall the purpose of this research is to help educate the market, and to explore the real impact that SaaS will have on the market in ... Read more

Issues & Critical Success Factors Of E-Supply Chain Management In Health Care Sectors

Modern competition has already become the competition among enterprises and their supply chains rather than the competition among enterprises only, with the development of information technology and economic globalization. In this era, the organizations are forced to rethink their operations, alliances, partnerships and strategies to cope with these and similar changes. Supply chain competitiveness has been emerged as one of the strongest tool for gaining competitive advantages. Although healthcare industries have responded serious competitive challenges through their network alliance, the theoretical element for sustainable competitive advantage of healthcare supply chain has not been well examined. A company is competitive when it is able to create and deliver value for its customers. A supply chain is competitive if it is able to create and deliver value for its customers and its components. In the growing economy of India, supply chain competitiveness (SCC) is a real solution to the problems faced by organizations in this global environment, which now ultimately leads to a World of e-SCM (Electronic Supply Chain Management). This paper identifies some of the e-supply chain competitiveness issues and presents roles of suppliers, manufacturers and distributors, some future perspectives of e-SCM with an aim to identify the critical issues related to supply chain competitiveness and presents roles of the major components of supply chain, altogether. Our target is also to discuss the emerging challenges of healthcare supply chains and their need for understanding the upstream and downstream collaborative healthcare network for global markets. ... Read more

Need And Significance Of E-Learning In Education

Technology is an agent of change and major technological innovations can result in entire paradigm shifts. The technological revolution poses tremendous challenges to the educators to rethink their basic tenets, to apply technology in creative way to redesign education. After affecting extensive changes in the way people communicate and do business, the Internet is poised to bring about a paradigm shift in the way people learn. Now-a day’s anywhere, anytime education is possible. The practice of providing education with the help of modern technologies is termed as e-Learning. It is dynamic, operates in real time, empowering, individual and comprehensive, effective and quick. E-learning is a combination of content and instructional methods delivered by media elements such as words and graphics on a computer intended to build job-transferable knowledge and skills linked to individual learning goals or organizational performance. The major benefits of e-Learning are that it is eco-friendly because it takes place in a virtual environment and thus avoid travelling and reduces the usage of paper. This paper will focus on the: Overview of e-learning, e-learning strategies and significance of e-learning in the field of education. ... Read more

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