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Bangalore has seen drastic changes in the way business is being conducted and the path it has chosen for future endeavours. Whether it’s a matter of principles and ethics or mere business operations; there has been massive changes in Bangalore’s economy as a whole. Having said that, there are certain fundamentals of any business that remain unchanged. For example, the transportation of goods is the most basic form of business activity which involves the movement of items from one location to another. You see, there is no alternative to this task; all we can do is improve it over time to meet the challenges of prevailing conditions. If you are engaged in manufacturing, chances are you will have to transport your products to the client’s location at some point. This task is generally assigned to a fleet that carries the goods across locations and delivers them within the stipulated timeline.

So, what is a fleet?

Fleet is merely a term to identify a collection of vehicles used to transport goods across locations. This can include various forms of transportation such as trucks, vans, aeroplanes, ships, etc. The goods can be transported from the production centre to various locations which can be within the state or across the country; in some cases, it is also transported across countries. One of the most important functions while carrying out this task is to keep a track of the vehicles to ensure it is on the route and monitor the crew throughout. So, the next obvious question is how this task is accomplished. A fleet tracking system is essentially a GPS tracking device integrated with telecommunication, sensors, and cameras that provide greater control over the connected vehicles from any part of the globe. With this technology in tow, you do much more than just track the vehicle’s location; you can monitor the performance and working condition of the vehicle, and you can also communicate with the crew through both audio-visual systems, certain operations of the vehicle can be controlled remotely which is perfect for thwarting theft and robbery. Assuming your fleet is going to cover long distances, it makes sense to give the crew a sense of security and assurance that they have a backup no matter where they are. This technology ensures the safety of the crew while also making sure that the goods are delivered to the intended destination on time. With Bangalore taking great strides in the world of business and being one of the most sought-after manufacturing hubs in India, the demand for a reliable and highly-rated fleet tracking device is paramount. We take this opportunity to introduce Sensel Telematics, one of the most accomplished providers of fleet management technology for clients across the country and abroad. Founded in 2007 by a team of technology-obsessed visionaries who saw an opportunity in this field before it took flight. We already have a long list of premier Indian clients who rely on us to deliver solutions that are built to suit their needs; Shapoorji Pallonji, Mahindra Logistics, Tata Communications, Nokia, RedBus, and Big Basket are some of our top clients who swear by our name when it comes to fleet management services. Quality and consistency are our mantras; we are an ISO 9001:2000, and ISO/TS 16949:2009 compliant company. Our hardware also adheres to various certifications such as IP66, SAE J 1455, MIL 202, and ARAI. We have also been accorded various awards over the years including the prestigious FROST & SULLIVAN – ALL INDIA BEST PRACTICES AWARD 2016 for all connected vehicles and telematics enabling technology leadership. This instil confidence in both our existing and new clients over our systems, capabilities, and work ethics. With Sensel Telematics as a partner in your endeavours, we don’t just get things done but also examine our performance which enables us to improve our offerings and capabilities so our clients can reap its benefits and build a foundation for a mutually beneficial association that will last many years to come.

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