Now you can track any vehicle or public transport over map!!
MapmyIndia company announced the launch of intelligent tracking device compliant with AIS 140 (Automotive Industry Standard 140), certified by ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India) and in line with Ministry of Road, Transport & Highways (MoRTH) directive & notifications. Mapmylndia’s AIS 140 complaint tracking device have been especially developed for use in commercial and public transport vehicles.
The MapmyIndia AIS 140 complaint devices come loaded with MapmyIndia’s telematics platform “InTouch” integrated with the detailed MapmyIndia maps empowering all commercial vehicles with live tracking, route creations, geo-fence management & alerts etc. It goes beyond track and trace and offers much more viz. reports on the engine vitals, driver behaviour, drive history etc. on optional basis.
And for those who are looking for a basic device, it supports accurate live tracking, routing and SoS button response which will be integrated with government server as per MoRTH guidelines. Both the devices can be accessed via web dashboard & native mobile platform.
The tracking product consists of GPS tracking device, one SoS button, embedded SIM card (1 year subscription) and accompanying web and mobile app (android & iOS) for easy, anytime and anywhere access. In case of any emergency accurate location of the vehicle will be displayed enabling immediate despatch of emergency response team, the device will then route to it through the best/fastest path to the incident location. This will be very critical in minimizing the damage and containing a potential crisis.
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AIS 140 standard
MoRTH along with ARAI in India have framed the AIS 140 standard for Intelligent Transport Devices to bring safety and efficiency for all public transportation vehicles such as state transport buses, app based taxis, private passenger carrying buses, and non-app licensed taxis. The AIS 140 standard makes it mandatory from January 1, 2019 to install approved telematics devices in all commercial and public transport vehicles, new and old. This will provide a massive increase in telematics adoption in the already growing Indian market.