Founded in 2015, Mumbai-based TempoGO provides IoT and Saas solutions for the transportation industry. Its integrated platform connects vehicles, people and trips, and improves the productivity of a commercial vehicle fleet, either passenger or freight.
TempoGO’s IoT layer includes a GPS-based hardware unit (including a built-in vehicle immobilizer) that tracks vehicle location and speed and a sensors-set (monitoring ‘door-open’ and temperature-variation status of the load-bay), plus an OBD 2 adapter to automatically record and transmit engine data as well as vehicle behaviour including sudden acceleration or deceleration.
The SaaS layer includes trip management and fleet management software and a dashboard for actionable business intelligence using data analytics.
Over the last 12 months, its solution was used on 1,800-plus inter-city trips in India covering 650,000-plus kilometres for over 300 clients, including Bisleri, Oyo Rooms and Havell, according to a statement from the company.
Pranav Shirke, Co-founder and COO of TempoGO said: “With the second-largest road network in the world, India has over 8 million commercial transportation vehicles that drive across the length of 4.7 million kms of roads. But unbelievably, nearly 75 per cent of these do not yet leverage technology.”
Aaditya Goyal, Head of Technology at TempoGO, said: “We are a unique combination of IoT sensors (GPS, temperature, door closing…) on the vehicle plus a SaaS platform. This allows simple answers to key questions: Is my driver driving dangerously or at high speeds? Or pilfering fuel? Is he adhering to pre-decided routes? What state is my cargo in? Did the temperature inside my cold-chain container vary? When should I take them in for maintenance? How can I reduce vehicle insurance premiums?”
TempoGO’s clients include freight transport companies, cold-chain companies, logistics companies, distribution companies with their own fleet of vehicles, bus or taxi operators, corporate employee or school/college bus fleets.
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