Intelligent GPS tracking
LocoNav’s GPS tracking devices are AIS 140 certified and gives you the live location of your vehicles.
CDAC Approval Ready
LocoNav helps you get hassle free CDAC approved devices all over India within minutes.
Our GPS tracking devices comes with SOS emergency buttons so that measures can be taken in case of an emergency.
Get live over-speeding alerts, alerts on entry and exit points, monitor idling in real time, etc. Vehicle services and maintenance alerts
Pan India Service
We provide services and installation to re-sellers or end-customer across the entire country.
Fastest Certification Process
Get Regional Transport Office (RTO) certificate immediately after purchase of our device.
What our customers say?
Great technology. I have 50 Bus, and with Loconav's AIS-140 GPS Solution, I am able to track them from my home. It’s a great comfort.Mukhtar (Rajdhani Transport Co.)
I bought car gps for my taxi business from a local vendor & was very disappointed. LocoNav's AIS-140 Car GPS Tracker is very accurate.Rajendra Jagtap (JP Enterprise)
Vehicle theft is very common in Delhi. With LocoNav, I am able to control the ignition of my cars right through the mobile app. This car tracking system is a good boost to the car's security.Nayan Patel (BN Logistics)
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|Emergency Button/SOS Button|
|Water & Dust Proof|
|Door Open Close|
|IP Camera Support|
Other useful features which gives LocoNav an edge over others:
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|1 Year Device Warranty|
|Location History (90 Days)|
|Nearest Vehicle Locator|
|Nearest Fuel Pump Locator|
The price of AIS 140 GPS devices is variable across states in India, on account of different certifications required in different states. At LocoNav, we provide you with certified AIS-140 devices at competitive prices. To know about how to purchase AIS-140 device, please get in touch with our team.
There are a few AIS 140 GPS device manufacturers in India. LocoNav is leading the race of AIS 140 GPS device manufacturers with at least 50,000 vehicles successfully passed through RTO across the entire country.
Follow LocoNav’s blog to get the latest AIS 140 notification. Get the latest updates about which states have made it mandatory to have AIS 140 approved devices across all commercial vehicles. Also get AIS 140 notification about what is required for a vehicle in a particular state to successfully pass through RTO. Know more here.
AIS 140 GPS tracking devices are vehicle tracking systems that fully comply with the AIS-140 mandate. On 1st April 2018, the Indian government made it mandatory for all commercial vehicles, either the vehicles with a yellow number plate including public and private transport buses, cabs, taxis and other vehicles that ferry people to get AIS 140 certified GPS Trackers. As per this mandate, these vehicles are supposed to have a vehicle tracking system installed within, along with surveillance cameras and emergency SOS button to provide a safe and reliable transport network to the public. It brings the perfect blend of camera/satellite surveillance, emergency request and vehicle tracking which will benefit the entire chain of transportation: Fleet owners -> drivers -> passengers.
Making AIS 140 certified vehicle tracking mandatory for all commercial vehicles is a welcome step due to the following reasons:
Safety: Since public transport vehicles are utilised by the majority of the population in India, it is important that these vehicles are under surveillance to ensure safety and security standards are met. With AIS 140 devices installed, the authorities can track if any unlawful activities are being performed, and take actions accordingly. Moreover, the presence of an emergency SOS button ensures timely aid being provided to people in need.
Driver Management: AIS 140 GPS devices will be a key component of making sure that traffic rules are being religiously followed. Issues such as drunk driving, skipping traffic signals and over speeding will be visible, and can be tackled with consequently. .
Vehicle Performance: The Indian transportation sector faces a big problem of vehicle maintenance. Performance evaluation and upkeep for commercial vehicles is quite often neglected. But AIS 140 certified GPS devices ensure that servicing reminders are provided to government fleet managers. Along with that, it gives detailed reports regarding overall vehicle health, fuel utility, engine performance, etc.
Analytical Insights: AIS 140 GPS certified trackers are pivotal when it comes to utilising technology to improve the Indian transportation sector. It can help immensely with route optimisation and traffic updates, giving accurate data. Adding on to that, it will also help the fleet managers keep a pulse on arrivals and departures of public transportation, thus giving them a way to manage and optimise the working of the transport network.
There are a host of technical benefits that come with AIS 140 GPS tracker, including:
Cost Optimisation: The AIS 140 GPS device will help you to cut down on your daily fuel expenditure cost significantly by suggesting the shortest route to reach your destination.
SOS button for crises: The vehicle tracking devices that are AIS 140 complaint comes with an important feature which allows you to activate an emergency button with just a click. Once an emergency information reaches the emergency response server, precautionary measures will soon come to your need.
Tampering alerts: The telematics device will pop up an alert when your vehicle tracking device is being tampered with.
Vehicle Health advisor: The AIS 140 certification will act as a barometer for vehicle health inspection. Our AIS 140 certified device will be embedded with a vehicle health monitoring system and diagnostics tool which can ensure the health of your vehicle anytime, anywhere. It can also report about possibilities of wear and tear which can cause transport breakdowns
All the vehicles that already have a GPS tracking devices need to check whether their devices are certified or not with ARAI AIS 140 Specifications. The following conditions are important for a GPS device to be called as AIS 140 certified device:
The tracking device to be capable of obtaining real-time location information using Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS); must include support for GAGAN, Indian satellite-based augmentation system.
GPS device to support 4 digital, 2 analogue and 1 serial communication (RS232) for interfacing external systems or peripherals (e.g. an emergency/panic button – SOS buzzer).
The device to have an internal battery that supports a minimum of 4 hours’ backup (considering location update frequency at 60 seconds).
A device has to have the capability to transmit data to a minimum of 2 different IP addresses; one set of data (PVT data) to the first IP address for regulatory purpose and the second IP address exclusively for emergency request system.
It should be able to transmit position, velocity and time (PVT) data to back-end control Room (State Road Transport Undertakings’ servers) using GSM/GPRS network
Device to transmit emergency events to second IP address reserved for emergency response system. Once pressed, emergency/panic button should initiate an alarm to the configured IP address(s) as per standard.
Data transmission frequency from device to be customized, a minimum of five seconds to a maximum of 10 minutes (while in power saver/sleep mode).
Device to operate with an embedded SIM (e-SIM). i.e. embedded in GPS tracking device module.
The device GPRS module should have a multi-slot GPRS with in-built quad-band GPRS module with a lifespan of at least 10 years and more than 1 million read/write cycles.
A GPS device to have an internal antenna; although not mandatory in the case of integrated systems with vehicle/aftermarket OEM approved kits, and if fitment location prevents the internal antenna from functioning.
Device to support ‘Over The Air’ (OTA) firmware and configuration updates.
The device needs to be dust, temperature, vibration, water-splash resistant preferably IP65 rated or better and tamper-proof.
In case there is no reception (GSM and GPRS), alerts are to be stored in the device and as soon as the network becomes available the device will need to be able to send the information on high priority to the configured addresses.
Device to support A-GPS (Assisted GPS) and should have a unique IMEI number.
It needs to have three-axis accelerometer and three-axis gyroscope for getting the alerts on harsh braking, harsh acceleration, and rash driving.
The device must be developed to operate between 8VDC and 32VDC using vehicle battery input voltage range 12/24 volts.
These are the major AIS 140 specifications in addition to physical tests conducted by ARAI to make sure devices conform to the standards.
In order to get your vehicle AIS 140 certification, you need to fit AIS certified vehicle tracking system in your vehicle or fleet, along with a camera surveillance and emergency request button. It is only because of these devices and gadgets that Indian government would be able to track your vehicles and take precautionery measures in case of an emergency.
Now as per the directions, both the existing and upcoming vehicles need to be equipped with GPS tracking sytems and emergency buttons.
LocoNav's GPS tracking device is AIS 140 certified and comes with emergency buttons.