Pakistan has been making significant developments towards technological advancements in recent years, and one area that holds immense potential for the future is the integration of the Internet of Things (IoT) in business industries like automotive, petroleum, logistics and distribution, construction
and heavy equipment, FMCG, and households. The convergence of IoT connected assets has paved the way for smarter, safer, and more efficient transportation systems globally. In Pakistan, TPL Trakker has
been the trailblazer of the tracking industry when it comes to providing ease and remote accessibility for business operations.
Primary Advantages of the IoT
TPL Trakker uses modern-day technology to its advantage in many ways. Our products, services, and solutions are IoT-enabled, enhancing the security of assets and providing real-time tracking and updates to customers around the clock. The Trakker device installed in vehicles can collect data on speed,
acceleration, and braking patterns, providing valuable insights into the driver’s behavior. This data can be analyzed to detect aggressive driving, drowsiness, or any signs of distraction, enabling timely intervention to prevent accidents and save lives on the roads. Traffic congestion is a significant issue in many parts of Pakistan. Trakker helps mitigate this problem by offering real-time traffic updates and suggesting alternate routes to drivers.
Apart from vehicle tracking, TPL Trakker also provides asset tracking solutions, including Genset and fuel monitoring, cold chain monitoring, driver behavior monitoring, and many more. You can be anywhere in the world and still be remotely connected to your business operations with the help of customizable
dashboards. Such IoT solutions are necessary when it comes to cost-cutting and the seamless optimization of business operations.
Environmental sustainability is another crucial aspect that IoT-connected assets address. A recent case study proves that the Genset Monitoring solution by TPL Trakker helped a client lower their business costs by up to 25%. Furthermore, it also facilitates timely maintenance and diagnostics, ensuring optimal performance and prolonging the lifespan of assets.
In a nutshell, businesses in Pakistan can revolutionize their transportation and asset tracking landscape, making it safer, more efficient, and environmentally sustainable. It’s crucial for the government, private
sector, and other stakeholders to collaborate and invest in this promising future, ultimately reaping the benefits of a smarter and more connected industry.