Tutor Tracker allows you to measure your average speed while driving on highways controlled by the Tutor speed control system.
Have you ever been in your car asking yourself how fast you drove the last few miles? Too fast? Too slow?
Tutor Tracker keeps track of your speed on motorways controlled by the Tutor system and recommends the speed to keep in order to reach the next control with the correct average speed.
Simple and effective.
You can also activate alarms, that indicate when you exceed up to 3 speed limits that can be customized, and save and export your trips in Google Maps format.
Tutor Tracker covers the whole Italian motorway network and automatically updates when changes or additions are available.
You can submit new Tutor locations from inside application during trip tracking: simply press your finger on the map, while crossing the new portal, until you hear the 'Click' and the current position will be saved ready to be uploaded.
You can also reset your average speed at any moment, by touching the indicator.
Demo Mode, in Preferences, allow you to see how the application works.
Visit tutortracker.it for more information.
Please note that continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
The main objective of the project is the improvement of the conservation status of the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus), being this the coastal species amongst Mediterranean cetaceans most exposed to threats due to human activity and resource exploitation.
Most of the threats (collisions, entanglement in fishnets, and disturbance of feeding or breeding activity) are related to the lack of knowledge of the presence and movement of individuals in the area where the anthropic activities are carried on.
Arion implements a interference avoidance system capable to detected and track the dolphins, to identify the threats and to prevent collisions and other risks by diffusing presence warning messages in real time to all categories involved (tourists, professional and recreational fishermen, MPA management). The protocol of conduct for reducing risks for the species is developed and agreed by involved stakeholders in cooperation with the local Coast Guard branch.
Upon reception of the warning messages the ships and boats present in the area will be invited to follow the protocol of conduct and the Coast Guard will supervise its application. This approach will ensure the species protection improvement, the sustainable coexistence of dolphins and anthropic activities and will promote responsible usage of the sea.