Dialog Axiata launches 4G-powered vehicle tracking service

Dialog Axiata launches 4G-powered vehicle tracking service

Sri Lankan telco Dialog Axiata says it has launched a smart tracking solution for vehicle and fleet monitoring, which also uses its 4G network to power various data-based monitoring features.

The “Smart Vehicle Tracker” solution includes a device developed by Dialog and The Connection Workshop (a subsidiary of South Asian Technologies) that uses the TeDi fleet management app.

The tracker device enables real-time GPS tracking, live updates, and tracking history accessible via Android and iOS smartphones. Dialog claims it’s the only such device on the market that is “self-installable, uses 4G technology and is supported by Amazon Alexa.”

The device also supports alert options such as engine idle, trip start, park alerts, speed alerts and location alerts, which can be pushed within the TeDi app or via SMS.

While the vehicle tracking solution is aimed mainly at fleet managers, transport services and corporate clients, Dialog is also offering it to individual vehicle owners and “safety-conscious individuals”.

One key feature for fleet managers is assigned trips (including automated vehicle gate pass generation), which enables fleet managers to better manage ETAs and route planning.

Dialog is also offering customised corporate solutions for the tracker service, including vehicle maintenance, licensing reminders, automated trip costing, budgeting, and vehicle booking features etc. Users who have a Dialog Fuel Card can also integrate that into the solution to keep tabs on refuelling data.

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