Dhanus launches high-tech vehicle tracking system for BPOs

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Chennai, Nov 29 (UNI) Leading telecommunication company Dhanus Technologies today launched advanced vehicle tracking service 'Flee Trac' for BPO's and tourist operators, who engage vehicles for transportation of goods and people with a total investment of Rs 100 crore.

Dhanus Technologies Chairman A D Sudhindra told newspersons here that 'Flee Trac' was a 'high-tech asset tracking device' for 'remote monitoring' and tracking of vehicles to increase fleet productivity and reduce fleet costs, while providing connectivity, through voice and data communication, with the vehicle drivers anywhere in the country.

He claimed that 'Flee Trac' was the first vehicle tracking service that had received a licence from the Department of Telecommunications (DOT).

The product was not a user-manupulated device, he pointed out, adding 'Flee Trac' used existing cellular airwaves and took advantage of the Global Positioning System (GPS) to track fleets, cars, motorcycles and recreational vehicles.

"The new product allows fleet managers, owners and logistics managers to track their vehicles continuously and accurately using internet web browsers and cell phones," he said and added "once installed on a vehicle, the rigged 'Flee Trac' unit reports the assets' activity, location and other operational data to the manager anytime anywhere." Explaining the unique features of the product, Mr Sudhindra said the product had many utilities, including fuel bar alert, panic button alert and geo-fencing.

Other features included multi-windows tracking system monitoring region or area-wise, provided historical warnings and trace utility, provisions for job assignment to multiple units, GUI based with very little need for data entry, uses common RDBMS database system for synchronisation, accident analysis system to provide details of the vehicle in motion seconds after accident and close monitoring on speed driving, he said.

"We expect to install 42,000 units this year," he said, adding the minimum service charge for the device was Rs 500.

UNI

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