Vehicle Telematics

iTriangle launches ARAI certified AIS-140 compliant GPS Tracking Device.

iTriangle has launched ARAI certified AIS-140 (Automotive Industry Standard) compliant and certified vehicle telematics GPS Tracking Device. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Govt. of India, has made AIS-140 Certified Vehicle Tracking System (VTS) mandatory on all public transport vehicles from April 2018.

Named BHARAT-101, the AIS-140 certified vehicle tracking unit, is an advanced GSM and GNSS terminal which can be used in tracking, I/O applications, serial data and real-time tracking with various MIS Reports. Designed specifically for the Indian industry, it can be used in various domains such as logistics and transportation, taxi and cab aggregators, mining, school and employee transportation, smart city projects etc.

The device comes in a compact size that enables easy handling and installation, both for aftermarket and before market vehicles. It also has an internal antennae, and is suitable for hidden/stealth installations. Emergency Button is also available as an accessory.

BHARAT-101 will be fully compatible with aQuilaTrack, iTriangle’s Cloud Platform for tracking and monitoring vehicles. Thus, Fleet Operators can quickly deploy the entire solution and the time to go-to-market is drastically reduced. aQuilaTrack offers solutions for verticals such as Logistics and Transportation, Mining, School and Employee Transport, Oil & Gas, Cab Aggregators, Waste Management, and Intelligent Transport Systems for Smart Cities.

Some of the key features of the BHARAT-101 device are:

  • Real-time tracking with GPS/Glonass
  • Solid State Storage with 40,000 tracking records
  • 4 Digital Inputs, 2 Digital Outputs, 2 Analog inputs
  • Serial Port (RS232)
  • 3 Axis Accelerometer and 3 Axis Gyrometer
  • Large battery backup of 700mAh
  • Supports normal as well as embedded SIM
  • Provision for IRNSS support
  • Rugged and environment proof ABS casing with IP67
  • ICAT Certified

BHARAT-101 has been proudly designed, developed, and manufactured in India.

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