State-owned KELTRON has signed an MOU with UNIDAD Techno Labs (P) Ltd for manufacturing GPS-based vehicle tracking modules.
The MOU was signed recently between KELTRON Managing Director, T R Hemalatha and UNIDAD Managing Director Dr Gigi Joseph in the presence of KELTRON Chairman, N Narayana Moorthy and other officials, a press release said.
Keltron would be producing the modules in its production facility of Security and Surveillance Group at Keltron Equipment Complex at nearby Karakulam, based on the design and support of UNIDAD and with a buyback arrangement on a monthly basis.
The product release from Keltron is expected to take place in July 2019.
GPS based vehicle tracking device enables 24x7 monitoring of vehicles and generates alerts and reports on real-time basis from its control centre.
Data that can be acquired include vehicle location, speed and fuel level among others.
Since 2013, Keltron is a major player in the field of vehicle tracking solutions through the assembling of GPS-based vehicle tracking devices, development of related software and its integration and setting up besides operating 24x7 control rooms.
Keltron had successfully installed more than 1,250 vehicle tracking devices for Kerala police, along with the provision for digitising a crime using GIS based analysis of crimes.
In addition, it has provided vehicle tracking solutions in 700 house boats for tourism department, 300 fishing boats for Fisheries department, around 200 vehicles for various government departments and in 3000 school-college buses.
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