Gurtam will discuss the value of traditional telematics in Smart Connected economy and IoT at Smart Fleet Management conference, 11-12 December.
By the end of 2020 in the Arab Emirates, they plan to finish a large-scale Dubai Smart City project that will turn the city into one of the most digital and eco-friendly places in the world. That’s why so many meetings in the region are focused on the discussion of smart-technologies. From December 11 to 12, 2017 Smart Fleet Management Middle East conference will take place in Dubai. Gurtam is going to participate as an expert.
One of the areas of “smart cities” development is Smart Transportation that implies the wide use of telematics solutions. Telematics devices and software will allow to improve public transportation, reduce waiting time and costs. All these aspects are a part of eco-driving that is of great importance in Smart City project.
Fuel consumption control, fleet management and security improvement, support costs and customer assistance improvement are key objectives that are planned to be solved in the region in cargo transportation sphere with the help of telematics technologies.
“Gurtam as a telematics platform provider has the experience of working with smart-technologies. We can control movements of units, interact with them, identify their status and respond according to the changes in sensors values. We offer the solution that has already been polished in terms of such interaction patterns as vehicle-to-infrastructure, vehicle-to-vehicle or infrastructure-to-vehicle.
The market is moving towards smart technologies and is primarily concerned about cost saving. Telematics is just the bridge between this purpose and the problem. Gurtam is ready to help the already existing city infrastructure to adjust to Smart City project. We can offer our transport solutions. Our logistics solutions will be useful in energy saving issues. Thus, implementing changes today, transport and logistics companies will be ready for global infrastructure changes in 2020”, says Alexander Smirnov, the Business Development Director in the Middle East region, Gurtam.