January 24, 2021 1:50 am

Reliance Group’s Unlimit launches AIS-140 compliant location tracking system for public transport vehicles

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IoT service provider Unlimit which is a part of the has launched for the automotive vendors across India. The company informed that the newly launched solution has been designed keeping in view the AIS 140 guidelines, Indian operating conditions and includes pre-certified devices, backend application and analytics, managed cellular connectivity from leading service providers, and deployment of services.

The company also claimed that the GPS device will provide a comprehensive end-to-end solution in terms of deployment and operations of connected vehicles more efficiently, securely and by significantly helping reduce the associated operational costs.

Unlimit said that the Government of India, has directed all the state governments to enforce the standards, equip AIS 140 compliant GPS tracking devices with the supporting software for all passenger-carrying buses and other public transport vehicles effective January 1, 2019.

“We welcome the latest Automotive Industry Standard (AIS) introduced by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) that will help build an intelligent transportation system (ITS) across India. The AIS-140 solution would help officials in tracking the vehicle and let passengers notify the control room in case of an emergency,” said Jürgen Hase, CEO, Unlimit.

“Internet of Things is crucial for enabling improved passenger experiences, safety and efficiency. We are committed to helping our customers harness the power of connectedness. The AIS 140 solution offered by Unlimit will be critical in making public transport safer for everyone,” he added.

Launched in 2016, Unlimit develops and support IoT products and solutions ranging from managed connectivity to application enabling platform and device management, to the data analytics.

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