Geodesic Embedded System for Real-Time Tracking and Communication Offline
Nowadays, hybrid (air and land) systems are applied for solving syndemic problems, which have caused millions of deaths by COVID-19. In support to military and medical communications with tracking in real-time, public, or private security of objects and people, we propose a multiplatform Geodesic Embedded System for Real-Time Tracking and communication offline. The Middleware was built with Encrypted Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) and DB async replication. It was built under a client-server architecture of multi-Tiers and logical multilayers, was developed with Nodejs-Express-Angular with Object Relational Mapping and Data Transfer Object with PostgreSQL. Generally, tracking systems with GNSS technology are slow without a base architecture and adequate development tools and require an internet connection in some of their stages. The proposed system was tested with other applications; it used Geoserver and Dockers in two different environments. The results showed its functionality in different situations applied in problems of aeronautic and terrestrial tracking, guaranteeing a projection of personalized geodetic maps, and OpenStreetMap used in an agile way, efficient, and secure communication in real-time. The proposed architecture allows native development, integration of new modules, and cross-platform implementation in an easy way, and a cellular transceiver with 94.6% of efficiency. The proposed architecture, permit to use the application in different platforms with the same configuration.
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