India is witnessing winds of change across industries and sectors. Tech evolution is working its magic and paving way for a promising business environment. Industries can thus look forward to a prospective future. One such sector that is making merry at the backdrop of technology boom is the Radio Taxi market. This industry segment has witnessed a significantly massive year-on-year growth since the year 2009. Market players like Ola, Taxi For Sure, Uber, Meru Cabs, Carzonrent etc have taken the game to another level by throwing a nail biting competition at traditional black-and-yellow taxi service operators. Customers too are overwhelmed by the service offered by tech savvy Radio Taxis with air conditioners, 24×7 customer support, GPS, electronic meters and other in-cab services.
GPS technology has been around for a long time yet even today many companies are uncertain about its usage and benefits. Sadly this amazing technology is getting overshadowed by myths floating around everywhere. The aim of this article is to throw light on the compelling need of GPS tracker devices more so for the transportation and logistics industry.
Technology is blissful. One such tech wonder that is indeed a gift to mankind is GPS Tracker. While most of us know about the commonly used GPS Tracker Devices in everyday life, many are unaware about the amazing Waterproof GPS Tracker Devices pumping a million hopes in lives and businesses! Whether you know it or not, the cardinal truth is that these devices are widely accepted and used across industry lines and business domains. These devices penetrate spheres where human intervention is hard all thanks to their resilient nature. Most of these rugged, tough, powerful and easy-to-handle GPS devices use customized hardware structures, components and microchips.
Logistics is an important part of supply chain management. India, as a country with a prospective market penetration offers a wide scope for growth to companies operating in this domain. Over the years, the definition of business in this segment has changed tremendously and positively!
However, there are a few things that businesses need to keep on mind if they have to flourish and prosper. Read the following tips to enhance your business prospects and everlasting growth:
Transportation and Logistics industry is one of the most challenging industries today. A lot is at stake on both company as well as client’s side. However, over the years technology has played a pivotal role in streamlining enterprise fleet management. The fact that tech evolution has a share in the success of the industry remains! Enterprise fleet sometimes comprises hundreds and at times thousands of vehicles that can get difficult to manage.
Inter State Transporters are a community exposed to risks more often than not. Since their core job is to take care of logistics and transportation, a lot is at stake, which certainly translates to more than goodwill. Exposed to volatility and fickle environment it is important that they take steps far advanced technology solutions than the basic one.
Self drive car rental service is a flourishing business in the service industry today. The idea behind this service is to offer cars-for-hire to people on a temporary basis for a short period of time ranging from a few hours to few weeks. The target group for this service are predominantly travellers, visitors on a trip in a new city and the ones whose vehicles are damaged for use (at least for now). This concept is very popular in the West and India is fast catching up to its western counterparts thanks to the ever evolving, fast paced technology. Tech innovations push this industry on the platforms of magnificence and scope to enhance customer services with better safety, security and processes. Dynamic nature of technology is giving this business that much required safety and trust with the commuters to lend their vehicles without any physical companion. A reason why several car rental companies are mushrooming up this quickly!
Technology has paved its way into everything that we can think of today. Literally! Transportation sector is no exception. Various organizations are evolving mind boggling techniques that are not only resourceful but are scripting a new chapter in the conventional ways to road safety. Carrying forward this tradition, Samsung has come up with yet another technological innovation. However, this time around the Korean giant’s product Safety Truck aims at tackling the high rise fatalities caused by overtaking on the roads of Argentina. Taking its cues from the mounting deaths on the roads, especially one-ways, of this South American country, Samsung has put a brilliant logic to place. Its Safety Trucks are fitted with a front camera that transmits live feeds of the roads to the four screens installed at the back. This way, drivers attempting to overtake these gigantic trucks can have a clear cut view of the road ahead and hence plan their overtaking movements with great caution. These cameras offer live images of the roads and are equipped with night-vision mode. This is indeed the Seoul based conglomerate’s attempt to promote road safety but with a peppy twist!
M2M Vehicle Communication is the future of automobile sector that holds many surprises for the consumers as well as the car manufacturers. Most of these surprises are pleasant ones but few of them may turn out to be quite different from what we have planned. M2M technology enables machine-to-machine communication of both wireless as well as wired systems of compatible formats. When we add the M2M technology with the Internet of Vehicles then things might get a bit complicated at first as it happens with every other innovation but if we act prudently then it might turn out to be next big leap for the automotive technology.
Unfortunately, because of various incidents that had happened against the women, the capital city – Delhi has been tagged as “Unsafe for Women”. One thing which is common in all those incidents of women harassment are the security and safety lapses because of poor work management, compromising business processes, unverified drivers and absence of technological safety features.