What Are AIS-140 Regulations for Fleet Management Software?
AIS-140, or Automotive Industry Standard 140, is a set of regulations defined by the Government of India for the transportation industry. Through them, the government has mandated using GPS-based vehicle tracking systems for commercial fleets in India.
The purpose of these mandates is to meet ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) regulations in India and to improve passenger safety and vehicle efficiency in commercial fleets.
What are the AIS-140 Regulations for Hardware, Software, and Server?
- – Hardware: Vehicles should use GPS trackers for information transmission through cellular data or SIM cards. These GPS tracking devices should have a backup of at least 4 hours. The vehicles should have emergency buttons for vehicle safety
- – Software: Software should be compatible with AIS-140 trackers and should collect vehicle location, performance, and maintenance data . Software should be able to receive emergency alerts through SMS.
- – Server: Server should have a data saving capacity of at least 90 days. Vehicles’ and drivers’ documents should be thoroughly checked and verified before any access is granted.
Why Choose TrackoBit for AIS-140 GPS Tracker Integration?
- – AIS-140 Compliance: TrackoBit meets AIS-140 the software compliance standards. It is compatible with qualifying hardware, tracks the vehicle’s maintenance and performance, and sends emergency alerts.
- – Safety and Security: Our software comes with advanced safety features like panic buttons, emergency alerts, and geofencing. All this ensures the security of your fleet and drivers in real-time.
- – Avoid Penalties: With TrackoBit, you can rest assured that your fleet management system meets all the requirements set by the government, avoiding any penalties or non-compliance issues.
- – Real-time Analytics: Monitor location, routes, engine health, and other crucial data in real-time with TrackoBit. Our software then analyses data to develop bite-sized insightful reports you can use to optimise fleet operations.