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Magnavox Automatic Vehicle Location Pilot System for the Toronto Department of Ambulance Services

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2 Author(s)
Saldin, N.P. ; Nav-Com Inc., Deer Park, NY, USA ; Skoblicki, E.C.

The AVLS integrates several technologies in a manner that permits satisfaction of demanding requirements, and allows for significant growth and application customizing. Principal examples of this integration are the navigation subsystem, communication subsystem, and AVLS base station dispatch software. Each of these subsystems is described, and how they address the specific needs of the application is illustrated. The ability to tailor the system to other AVLS requirements is also discussed.<>

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Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conference, 1989. Conference Record

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11-13 Sept. 1989