Why government needs to implement GPS in earnest in logistics industry
In other countries, GPS devices have been used for the last two decades by the supply chain industry to improve operational efficiencies. India has been a slow follower. But the govt is finally trying hard to play catch-up, & it is imperative that this endeavour is successful. Ensuring success, however, is very challenging. A change in perspective could make all the difference.
Rent e-cycles at 62 locations in Noida from 2020
As many as 620 e-cycles, which could be peddled or run on battery, with GPS tracker would be...
Volty IoT plans Rs 50 crore GPS devices plant in Andhra Pradesh
The company said the proposed manufacturing facility will cater to the growin...
In Iceland, kids measure melting glacier on school trips
“It is very beautiful but at the same time it is very sad to see how much it has melted,” says Lilja. Each October since 2010, now-retired schoolteacher Jon Stefansson has brought students aged around 13 from a school in Hvolsvollur to the glacier to record its evolution.
GPS-fitted drones from Pakistan airdropped weapons into Indian territory
It was the first incident reported in Punjab, in which drones were used to drop weapons and communication devices, among others, from across the border, an official said.
Bringing in crucial tech and critical capabilities top priority for new IAF Chief Bhadauria
Bhadauria also stressed on the need to rapidly operationalise newly inducted platforms.
India has over 6 lakh rogue drones; agencies analysing sky fence, drone gun tech
Recent incidents like arms dropping by UAVs in Punjab has alerted Indian intelligence agencies.
GPS in all locomotives by fiscal end: Railway Board chairman
The GPS systems will be installed to determine the real time position of the trains, he said.
New iPhones to come to India from September 27 for Rs 64,900 onwards; old versions get price cuts
iPhone 11 -- the base model -- will be available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB variants priced at Rs 64,900 onwards.
Satellite surveillance of trains to stop oil, coal theft
Real-time monitoring of the movement of the goods trains has started in the control office application system through ISRO's satellite.
AI has become so simple and affordable that anyone can use it
Users across the globe are capturing data digitally, whether this is in the physical world through sensors or GPS, or online through clickstream data.
India needs behavioural eco units today: Cass Sunstein
Sunstein talks about the benefits of behavioural economics and how India can achieve greater public policy outcomes.
Infrastructure for child safety in schools poor, says study
Most schools fared poorly on physical safety infrastructure, safety on roads adjoining the schools and maintaining health records of students.
Kochi firm develops online app for unorganised taxi services
The founders claim it to be a service platform without the exorbitant commission charged by other taxi aggregators.
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