The State Customs Committee, a governmental organization, Azerbaijan, sought a more effective GPS truck monitoring solution to improve its services and prevent violations. They needed to track their service vehicles, transit vehicles, and trucks with cargo entering the country and heading to customs.
The organization already used an electronic cargo tracking system but wasn’t satisfied with its quality.
The Wialon partner A+A Security, Azerbaijan, provided the State Customs Committee with the electronic cargo tracking system that operates sustainably and helps the organization detect violators.
The solution’s monitoring tab
The partner also integrated the client’s ERP system with the truck monitoring app.
When a truck with goods arrives in the country, the employee enters the required data about the vehicle and cargo into the ERP system and selects a GPS lock ID. Then, the selected GPS lock is automatically activated in the GPS truck monitoring app. The app moves the device into a specific device group, and vehicle tracking starts: telematics data is sent to the app, and notifications get activated.
The A+A Security company provides technical support for the project and answers the client’s questions outside working hours.
The electronic cargo tracking system implemented by A+A Security fully covers the requirements of the State Customs Committee of Azerbaijan. It helps the organization track its service vehicles and trucks with cargoes entering the country from abroad.
The GPS truck tracking solution leaves no way for smuggling and duty evasion thanks to the combination of electronic locks and trackers, Wialon, and the tracking app developed by A+A Security.
The electronic cargo tracking system can cope with the increased number of vehicles tracked simultaneously without lags.
The organization can take advantage of the GPS truck tracking solution tailored to its needs and request the development of new features.