By sensel_master,

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The concept of GPS tracking came into being only four decades back. This technology was invented by the US Armed forces in the 70s to track their ships, military vehicles, planes, and other assets world-wide through the help of satellite connection. Whether it’s for armed combat, civil duties, and other tasks; their assets and personnel are always on the frontline in faraway corners of the globe. It makes absolute sense to keep track of their assets remotely without ever having to worry about theft or robbery. All they need to do is follow the GPS location of the tracker attached to the concerned asset. While its application has been a big success in the armed forces and several other applications across all countries, no one could have predicted how GPS trackers and the technology behind them can change the way we work and conduct business. The world of commerce and industry has also been greatly impacted by this and many of us are still not aware of its involvement since it has been integrated into every other piece of technology that we use in our daily lives. The internet, phones, laptops, cars and every other electronic that the common man uses is seamlessly integrated with GPS technology that helps in accomplishing various tasks. 

One of the most common activities of any business establishment is the transfer of goods across the length and breadth of the country. We all have seen big lorries/trucks carrying various goods traversing through states to reach their intended destination. This is just one of the most common examples of commercial activities that involve the movement of goods. Given the fact these vehicles have to cover large areas coupled with difficult weather and terrain at times, it only makes sense to keep a track of the asset through a GPS tracking device. Some of the reasons for using this device are:

  • Real-time tracking of an asset from any part of the globe
  • Easy means to monitor crew so we can check on them and also guide them in case of contingency
  • Comes with sensors that can determine the vehicles working condition
  • Fitted with security measures such as immobilisers and alarms to avoid theft and robbery

With the mercurial rise in various business/commercial activities, India has become a global hub not only for IT companies but also for various manufacturing services such as automotive, electronics, and agro-based products among others. This, in turn, has increased the movement of various associated goods and services besides the main products. Naturally, companies engaged in the production and distribution of GPS trackers and various allied services are trying to make the most of this development over the recent years. Sensel Telematics is proud to be one of the top-performing companies in India specialising in the manufacturing and distribution of GPS technology for various applications including ones for commercial vehicles. Reinforced by almost two decades of solid experience in the field, we serve all the logistics operations needs of our clients right from the scratch. We are one of the few companies in India that offers end-to-end problem-solving capabilities in this domain. Our in-house team undertakes all the tasks ranging from software development, hardware design, and product development. This way, we develop our competencies more acutely and guard our business expertise effectively against the competition. In addition to our stringent quality mandates, we adhere to various industrial quality standards such as ISO 9001:2000, and ISO/TS 16949:2009 and our hardware adhere to various certifications such as IP66, SAE J 1455, MIL 202, and ARAI. We are also the proud recipient of the FROST & SULLIVAN – ALL INDIA BEST PRACTICES AWARD 2016 for all connected vehicles and telematics enabling technology leadership. Backed by these accreditations and accolades, we at Sensel Telematics, work tirelessly to ensure we provide the much-needed support to businesses in India for them to grow and become a globally recognised benchmark of good business practices in all aspects.

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