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Or the same amount of gasoline, but for half the amount appropriated. And while all of the tasks performed, goods delivered, and even the driver goes not so gloomy. Because of the savings of money to him for moral suffering wages have increased. At this point, a business man, suspecting that it is not just because he tells it all, must necessarily ask only right in this situation the question: 'What?'. Will not play 'cat and mouse' and the answer is as short (although it is not clear): 'GPS'. And now, in detail. GPS – a global satellite navigation system with which can determine the location of any object on Earth to within a few meters. To do this, to this object (in this case a car) to place a special device that will be on signals from satellites to calculate its (and hence the car) coordinates.

And if connected to this unit special sensors, such as fuel consumption, and to teach a device to transmit information about the location and fuel consumption computer, and even something some useful features, which we discuss later, the device it will be called 'Teletrack', the production of the Ukrainian company RCS. So, you set such a small box on his car fleet, collect workers 'collective, delivers a speech in the style of:' I can see everything from above! You did know ', and going to his office in his thoughts about fuel economy and finnasovom result of his enterprise. To monitor. For even more analysis, hear from Joeb Moore. On the screen Monitor you can see detailed electronic map of the city (region, country, world).

Creating Car Mercedes

Since 1901 the name ‘Mercedes’ was a trademark of cars produced by German company “Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft’ (Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft). It was founded by Gottlieb Daimler (Gottlieb Daimler) in 1890 in Bad Kannshtate, near Stuttgart, on the basis of their studio, where 1885-1886 years he has built, is the first in the world, 4-wheel car with a gasoline engine. In 1899 (Wilhelm Maybach), who actively participated in the creation of the first vehicles of Daimler, built the car ‘Daimler Phoenix’ (Phoenix-Daimler) with 4-cylinder engine producing 24 hp, with a number of serious technical deficiencies. At that time, had a significant impact Elli Emile Neck (Emile Jellinek), head of the ‘Daimler’ in France and the Austro-Hungarian Consul Empire in Nice. He managed to convince a new Maybach car, which was ready in 1901.

At the suggestion of a car named after Jellinek’s daughter Mercedes. The first ‘Mercedes-35R5’ with 4-cylinder engine working volume of 5,913 cm3 had a classical arrangement of units (front engine, rear wheel drive) and had the appearance, which also came to be called a classic. He became the basis for all subsequent models produced since 1902 , under the name ‘Mercedes-Simplex’ (Simplex). The most famous representatives of this series include models ’40 / 45PS ‘and ’60PS’ with engines in 6785 and 9235 cm3, the latter of which speeds up to 90 km / h. In subsequent years, “Daimler” produced a whole range of passenger cars ‘Mercedes’ engines with capacity ranging from 1568 to 9575 cm3, including luxury models with a fully enclosed body. Some of them were equipped with valveless engines ‘Knight’ (Knight) with spool distribution. ‘Mercedes-Knight’ s engine in 4055 cm3 remained in production until 1924. Racing ‘Mercedes’ won many international competitions held before the First World War. Among the first postwar cars was Model ’28 / 95PS ‘with a 6-cylinder engine in a 7250 cm3, where Paul Daimler in 1921-1922 was experimenting with surround supercharger (compressor) driven from the crankshaft and increases engine power is approximately 1.5 times. These work in 1923 he continued the new chief engineer Ferdinand Porsche (Ferdinand Porsche).