Based on its recent analysis of the MEASA telematics and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes iTriangle Infotech Private Limited with the 2020 Indian Enabling Technology Leadership Award. Its end-to-end telematics platform and best-in-class innovative industry practices have made iTriangle the largest Indian vehicle telematics device manufacturer. To specifically address the demands of the Indian market, iTriangle developed modular solutions that free customers to purchase hardware and software separately. By managing entire projects, including hardware and software installation and maintenance, iTriangle has plugged the gap in the Indian market ecosystem with a turnkey solution.
iTriangle has acknowledged the unique requirements of each customer segment and developed solutions to suit those needs. TS101 Basic, its entry-level product, supports basic track-and-trace functions for commercial transport operators whereas its Bharat 101 for organizations looking to achieve compliance is the first telematics product that is Automotive Industry Standards (AIS)-140 compliant and certified by the Automotive Research Association of India. Another notable device is the UX101 for advanced users like cab operators and aggregators, school and employee transport operators, and mining operators.
iTriangle’s modular hardware and software can interface with any third-party front-end or back-end solution, flexibility that has expanded its network of partnering system integrators. For instance, it partnered with Qualcomm and MediaTek to develop its products on their chipset platforms for 4G and 2G communications. It is the first vehicle telematics company in India to start this sort of development program, enabling it to leverage the technological value to build automotive segment-specific product architecture. Overall, iTriangle’s partner network exceeds 200 system integrators and services more than 18 states in India through direct sales channels. It caters to all segments in the Indian automotive telematics market, including the vehicle security and surveillance sector, school and employee transport, and OEMs.
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