Bharat On Wheels Launches Vehicle-Tracking System
Bharat on Wheels Network Pvt Ltd (BOW), a provider of enterprise solutions to the transport industry, is launching its vehicle tracking system in North India.
According to the company, this solution facilitates a track card with a unique six-digit number to every registered vehicle. This ensures tracking of a vehicle located anywhere in the country, through the aid of a vast network of franchisee and tracking points built across the country’s national and state highways.
This unique number is registered at the headquarters. Every call made by a driver from the tracking point reaches the central server, thereby updating the tracking information with details of the vehicle and its location. The information can then be viewed online by the transport owner, to track its fleets, their schedules etc.
The solutions are offered in IVRS and GPS based technologies for small medium and large transport companies.
BOW has further partnered with Fortese, a Brussels based total solution provider for the transport industry to offer a GPS/GPRS/GSM based tracking system. The joint venture product is known as BOW trakease.
Selvaraj P.S, managing director, BOW network said, “After its successful launch in south, east and west India, we are now launching the tracking system in North. This joint product would prove ideal for fleet managers, delivery departments, corporate and any transport operator.
Both our systems provide accurate and up to date information on the vehicles present location, date, time and message. The information can be accessed simultaneously by the consignor, consignee, agents franchisee, concluded Selvaraj.
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