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Main Title GPS Tracking with Java EE Components Challenges of Connected Cars. [electronic resource] :
Type EBOOK
Author Beiglböck, Kristof.
Publisher Chapman and Hall/CRC,
Year Published 2018
Call Number TE228.37.B45 2018
ISBN 9781351679664; 135167966X; 9781351679657; 1351679651
Subjects TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mechanical. ; TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems.
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Collation 1 online resource (288 p.)
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Description based upon print version of record. Chapter 13: The JEETS DCS OCLC-licensed vendor bibliographic record.
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Contents Notes
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview; 1.1 GPS TRACKING WITH JAVA EE; 1.2 THE CHALLENGE OF THE SELF DRIVING CAR; 1.3 INTENDED AUDIENCE; 1.4 SKILLS / SKILL LEVEL; 1.5 THE AUTHOR; Section I: Data Formats and Relations; Chapter 2: Message Exchange; 2.1 GPS PROTOCOLS; 2.1.1 Message Format Encoding; 2.1.2 Message Type and ID; 2.1.3 Message Catalogs; 2.2 TCP/IP COMMUNICATION; 2.2.1 TCP with Standard Java; 2.2.2 OpenGTS DCS; 2.3 JEE COMPONENTS; 2.3.1 The Netty Framework; 2.3.2 Device to Device Implementation Chapter 3: Device Communication3.1 TRACCAR DCS; 3.2 DEVICE COMMUNICATION SERVER; 3.3 DC ARCHITECTURE; 3.3.1 Traccar Client/s; 3.3.2 myLiveTracker; 3.3.3 GPS Test App; 3.3.4 Debugging a tracking message; 3.4 CONCLUSION; Chapter 4: Data Modeling; 4.1 DATA MODEL; 4.2 MESSAGE TO ENTITY; 4.3 RELATIONAL MODELS; 4.4 THE TRACCAR MODEL; Chapter 5: Object Relations; 5.1 GOOGLE PROTOCOL BUFFERS; 5.2 BULK MESSAGES; 5.3 OBJECT RELATIONS; 5.3.1 Model Implications; 5.4 ORM AND ERM; 5.5 DESIGNING ORMS; 5.6 EXTENDING ORMS; 5.6.1 Temporary ORM Extensions; 5.6.2 Harmful ORM Extensions Section II: JEETS Data FormatsChapter 6: JEETS Persistence Unit/s; 6.1 INTRODUCTION; 6.2 JAVA PERSISTENCE ARCHITECTURE; 6.3 HIBERNATE ORM; 6.4 JEE PERSISTENCE UNIT; 6.5 FINE TUNING ORM AGAINST ERM; 6.5.1 Hiding IDs; 6.5.2 Creating IDs; 6.5.3 Object Relational Mapping; 6.5.4 persistence.xml; 6.6 PU TEST ENVIRONMENT; 6.7 ERM AND PU UPDATES; Chapter 7: JEETS Protocols and Decoders; 7.1 COMPILE TRACCAR.PROTO; 7.2 TRACCAR.JAVA; 7.3 PROJECT DEPENDENCIES; 7.4 DATA TRANSFORMATIONS; 7.5 TRACCAR PROTO DECODER; 7.5.1 Traccar Modifications; 7.5.2 Implementation; Section III: JEETS Client Software Chapter 8: The JEETS Tracker8.1 TRACKING DEVICES; 8.1.1 Tracker Events; 8.1.2 Traccar Events; 8.1.3 JeeTS Events; 8.2 TCP SOFTWARE; 8.2.1 String Message; 8.2.2 Transmit String Message; 8.2.3 Protobuffer Messaging; 8.3 TRACKER ARCHITECTURE; 8.3.1 Implementation; 8.3.2 Performance; 8.3.3 Binary Network Format and Size; 8.4 TRACKER TESTING; 8.5 CONCLUSION; Chapter 9: The JEETS Player; 9.1 INTRODUCTION; 9.2 GPS PLAYER; 9.3 DEVELOPMENT CYCLE; 9.4 IMPLEMENTATION; 9.4.1 Player API; 9.4.2 Plausibility; 9.4.3 Usage; 9.5 SIMULATION; Chapter 10: my JEETS Client; 10.1 MAVEN ARCHETYPING 10.2 IMPLEMENTATIONChapter 11: JEETS GTFS Factory; 11.1 TRAFFIC; 11.2 GENERATE MAVEN ARCHETYPE; 11.3 TRANSIT FEEDS; 11.4 GTFS PERSISTENCE UNIT; 11.5 TRANSIT TERMINOLOGY; 11.6 TRANSIT FACTORY; 11.6.1 route_type; 11.6.2 routes; 11.6.3 route_stops; 11.6.4 stops; 11.6.5 agency; 11.6.6 calendar and calendar_dates; 11.6.7 trips; 11.6.8 shapes; 11.6.9 Transit API; Section IV: Enterprise Integration; Chapter 12: Enterprise Software; 12.1 STATUS AND OUTLOOK; 12.1.1 Design Constraints; 12.2 ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION PATTERNS; 12.3 MONOLITHIC TRACCAR ARCHITECTURE; 12.3.1 Traccar's BasePipeline GPS Tracking with Java EE Components: Challenges of Connected Cars highlights how the self-driving car is actually changing the automotive industry, from programing embedded software to hosting services and data crunching, in real time, with really big data. The book analyzes how the challenges of the Self Driving Car (SDC) exceed the limits of a classical GPS Tracking System (GTS.) It provides a guidebook on setting up a tracking system by customizing its components. It also provides an overview of the prototyping and modeling process, and how the reader can modify this process for his or her own software.Every component is introduced in detail and includes a number of design decisions for development. The book introduces Java EE (JEE) Modules, and shows how they can be combined to a customizable GTS, and used as seed components to enrich existing systems with live tracking. The book also explores how to merge tracking and mapping to guide SDCs, and focuses on client server programming to provide useful information. It also discusses the challenges involved with the live coordination of moving cars.This book is designed to aid GTS developers and engineers in the automotive industry. It can also help Java Developers, not only interested in GPS Tracking, but in modern software design from many individual modules. Source code and sample applications will be available on the book's website.