In a two day long Smart Tech Event 2019, which held in Delhi which has been organized by Smart Mobility Association, and in this event have seen some numerous dynamic developments taking place in vehicle tracking technology space in India as well as across the globe, and the present and future of navigation, connectivity, smart transport, and telecom applications. India Inc., which has laid a lot of thrust on digitization in the recent past, is planning to spend about Rs. 1.91 trillion on the development of its major smart cities. A substantial amount of money is going towards road constructions, fleet tracking, traffic management, etc.
As we know that Government of India has already initiated implementation of AIS-140 standard compliance in all Public Service Vehicles, the concluding panel threw light on the key challenges of its implementation, and policy frameworks for Intelligent Transport System (ITS) in India.
Mr. Rajiv Arora, General Secretary, Smart Mobility Association said “The economic scenario of today demands increased productivity while driving down costs and many businesses are now looking for innovative ways to refine their processes. We are hopeful that this forum shall offer a cross-industry perspective towards this direction, and put forth best practices of vehicle tracking technology in India as well as across the globe.”
Mr. Dinesh Tyagi, Director, ICAT said, “Off late, a dire need has been felt to have platforms where discussions can be initiated about new age smart devices and technologies. I am sure Smart Tech 2019 will address this issue and provide a comprehensive knowledge platform for all the industry experts and professionals alike.”
In this two day long event, panel discussedcrucial topics around updates in vehicle tracking and navigation, telecom connectivity and GNSS systems, intelligent vehicles, smart cities/smart mobility, VAS/ autonomous vehicles and policy & industry. Novel industry-relevant topics like IoT enhancing customer experience and safety, Futuristic Application of Vehicle Tracking, e-Sim for vehicle tracking applications etc. were taken up by the speakers