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Airtel brings ‘Always On’ IoT solution to track vehicles in India

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The solution complies with the Automotive Research Association of India’s AIS-140 standard implemented by the Ministry of Road Transport.

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Indian telecom major, on Friday launched its ‘Always On' Indian telecom major, Bharti Airtel on Friday launched its ‘Always On' Internet of Things (IoT), a connectivity solution to stay connected to the networks of two telecom operators. The new service to be launched in India comprises a dual profile M2M eSIM, allowing an IoT device

According to Airtel, the solution complies with the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI)'s AIS-140 standard implemented by the

“It added that the solution is best suited for vehicle tracking providers, auto manufacturers, and any use-cases where equipment work in remote locations requires ubiquitous connectivity,” Airtel said.

The company in a statement said that Airtel's AIS-140 solution has already been tested and adopted by leading companies such as telematics provider Lumax ITuran, fleet-tech company Loconav, and vehicle tracking solutions provider e-Trans.

The AIS-140 standard lays down mandatory requirements related to connectivity and GPS tracking capabilities for devices in all passenger-carrying buses, private fleets and other public transport vehicles for tracking, safety and security purposes.

Airtel added that with the GSMA-compliant platform, API-based eSIM lifecycle management, and Airtel IoT Hub, along with compliance with the Department of Telecommunications (DoT)'s M2M guidelines, it is looking to acquire market leadership in this segment in the next few years.

“We are delighted to bring Always on connectivity solution to our customers. We believe this is the next big opportunity in the IoT segment. Our strengths in the network, modern and GSMA compliant platform offering real-time access to data and flexibility to integrate the solution with custom APIs will make Airtel Business stand out in the market,” said Ajay Chitkara, Director and CEO, of Airtel Business.

(IoT), a connectivity solution to stay connected to the networks of two telecom operators. The new service to be launched in India comprises a dual profile M2M eSIM, allowing an IoT device

According to Airtel, the solution complies with the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI)'s AIS-140 standard implemented by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH).

“It added that the solution is best suited for vehicle tracking providers, auto manufacturers, and any use-cases where equipment work in remote locations requires ubiquitous connectivity,” Airtel said.

The company in a statement said that Airtel's AIS-140 solution has already been tested and adopted by leading companies such as telematics provider Lumax ITuran, fleet-tech company Loconav, and vehicle tracking solutions provider e-Trans.

The AIS-140 standard lays down mandatory requirements related to connectivity and GPS tracking capabilities for devices in all passenger-carrying buses, private fleets and other public transport vehicles for tracking, safety and security purposes.

Airtel added that with the GSMA-compliant platform, API-based eSIM lifecycle management, and Airtel IoT Hub, along with compliance with the Department of Telecommunications (DoT)'s M2M guidelines, it is looking to acquire market leadership in this segment in the next few years.

“We are delighted to bring Always on connectivity solution to our customers. We believe this is the next big opportunity in the IoT segment. Our strengths in the network, modern and GSMA compliant platform offering real-time access to data and flexibility to integrate the solution with custom APIs will make Airtel Business stand out in the market,” said Ajay Chitkara, Director and CEO, of Airtel Business.

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