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Trak N Tell secures 20,000 vehicles in India

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Vehicle telematics technology startup Trak N Tell on Tuesday announced that it has secured over 20,000 vehicles on Indian roads with its telematics system.

Telematics is a method of monitoring a vehicle.

It combines a GPS system with on-board diagnostics to record and map exactly where a vehicle is and how fast it's travelling and cross reference that with how a car is behaving internally.

"More than the numbers, we are delighted to see the increasing awareness on vehicle telematics. With the increasing number of threats on the road and car theft cases, the need of vehicle intelligence is increasing by the day," said Pranshu Gupta, Founder and CEO, Trak N Tell, in a statement.

The startup has equipped integrated telematics systems in vehicles all across

Internationally, its devices are being used in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Cameroon, Rwanda and the US.

By incorporating features like Impact Alert Calling, Real-Time tracking, Panic Button, and Over-speeding alerts, the company hopes to create an ecosystem which makes vehicles secure and promotes responsible driving.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Trak N Tell secures 20,000 vehicles in India

Vehicle telematics technology startup Trak N Tell on Tuesday announced that it has secured over 20,000 vehicles on Indian roads with its telematics system.

Vehicle telematics technology startup Trak N Tell on Tuesday announced that it has secured over 20,000 vehicles on Indian roads with its telematics system.

Telematics is a method of monitoring a vehicle.

It combines a GPS system with on-board diagnostics to record and map exactly where a vehicle is and how fast it's travelling and cross reference that with how a car is behaving internally.

"More than the numbers, we are delighted to see the increasing awareness on vehicle telematics. With the increasing number of threats on the road and car theft cases, the need of vehicle intelligence is increasing by the day," said Pranshu Gupta, Founder and CEO, Trak N Tell, in a statement.

The startup has equipped integrated telematics systems in vehicles all across

Internationally, its devices are being used in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Cameroon, Rwanda and the US.

By incorporating features like Impact Alert Calling, Real-Time tracking, Panic Button, and Over-speeding alerts, the company hopes to create an ecosystem which makes vehicles secure and promotes responsible driving.

--IANS

tony/na/bg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Trak N Tell secures 20,000 vehicles in India

Vehicle telematics technology startup Trak N Tell on Tuesday announced that it has secured over 20,000 vehicles on Indian roads with its telematics system.

Telematics is a method of monitoring a vehicle.

It combines a GPS system with on-board diagnostics to record and map exactly where a vehicle is and how fast it's travelling and cross reference that with how a car is behaving internally.

"More than the numbers, we are delighted to see the increasing awareness on vehicle telematics. With the increasing number of threats on the road and car theft cases, the need of vehicle intelligence is increasing by the day," said Pranshu Gupta, Founder and CEO, Trak N Tell, in a statement.

The startup has equipped integrated telematics systems in vehicles all across

Internationally, its devices are being used in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Cameroon, Rwanda and the US.

By incorporating features like Impact Alert Calling, Real-Time tracking, Panic Button, and Over-speeding alerts, the company hopes to create an ecosystem which makes vehicles secure and promotes responsible driving.

--IANS

tony/na/bg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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