The invention described in the patent includes a plurality of radio identification devices associated with users (e.g. smartphones) and objects (e.g. car navigation and “infotainment” systems), where the radio identification devices communicate with a server. The server (i) identifies, monitors, and tracks the objects and (ii) securely supports data communication between the users and the objects. After user authentication, data from the server displays information for user location, object location, anticipated object location, and travel services. Again, importance of the invention is supported by more than 160 forward citations.