The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a conventional means for vehicle localisation. Monitoring motorcycles in a specific security area, such as a university campus, is particularly challenging and requires a low-cost system that functional in indoor and outdoor environments. In this paper, we propose the design and development of a non- GPS motorcycle tracking system that uses wireless sensor networks. The system consists of three main components: a motorcycle radio frequency (RF) device, a Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) broadcasting fixed base station, and a mobile base station. The accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer sensor data are used. The positioning algorithm is customized and embedded in a low-power CC1110 RF system-on-chip (RFSoC) device to generate a vehicle trajectory map in the UTM coordinate system. While in motion, the vehicle keep sending the data to other motorcycles and/or to nearby base stations. This is practical to monitor the location and send alert messages to the motorcycle owner in real time. Our experimental results have indicated that the system is capable of generating an accurate vector map of the trajectory of a stolen motorcycle. Source.