Taabi Mobility introduces Control Tower fleet optimisation IoT solution

Part of the leading Indian conglomerate RPG Group, the Control Tower is a new addition to the suite of IoT, ADAS, and Video Telematics integrated SaaS platforms. The company claims the solution has already onboarded around 150 customers, and saved over 45,000 litres of fuel for fleet operators.

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Taabi Mobility introduces Control Tower fleet optimisation IoT solution

Taabi Mobility, part of the leading Indian conglomerate RPG Group, has added a new solution, the Control Tower, to its suite of IoT, ADAS, and Video Telematics integrated SaaS platforms. The solution has already onboarded around 150 customers, and saved over 45,000 litres of fuel, while improving vehicle uptime worth over 60,000km.

The company, which is a pioneer in AI and IoT-powered technologies for logistics management, says the innovative solution integrates a multitude of advanced technologies to offer unprecedented control and optimisation of fleet and operational performance in the mining, construction, telecom, and logistics industries.

As per the company, the Control Tower is an assembly of cutting-edge technological components, including IoT-integrated onboard sensors, sophisticated diagnostic tools, advanced data analytics, and AI/ML algorithms. This comprehensive suite works seamlessly to process data and generate actionable insights. 

Additionally, the solution features an Advanced Video Telematics System for operations supervision, alongside GPS and geofencing integration for meticulous real-time tracking.

The Control Tower claims to offer an incremental revenue of Rs 5-10 crore to fleets through increased uptime which can help customers grow their businesses. A dedicated 24x7 control room with experts on uptime, conflict resolution, and issue closure helps minimising delays and improving uptime. The system also helps fleets realise the exact costs incurred in loading/unloading detention, higher turnaround times thus helping them understand the costs better and hence price better. 

This understanding can help fleets improve their business mix, identify more profitable routes/ customers and award them more business, thus positively impacting their bottom line too, the company says. The easy-to-use, single integrated, solution dashboard is designed to work seamlessly across OEMs and vehicle models.

According to Pali Tripathi, Chief Executive Officer, Taabi Mobility, “Our key customer segments such as fleets, construction companies, or mining companies are businesses that run on razor thin margins. Our focus is to bring an impact on ROI.”

The company says that the dynamic dashboard control comes with an easy-to-use graphical interface. The intuitive app-like dashboard gives prompt access to functionalities like real-time visibility into fleet operations, operational analytics, activity automation and management, and detailed evaluation of fleet, fuel, and engine performance.  

This inclusive suite of modern data-driven solutions will help mining and construction businesses promptly identify the root cause of complex issues. And, the dashboard will offer fluent controls to take urgent corrective actions, claims Taabi Mobility.

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