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Transportation


flavor of vehicle tracking system specialized for schools and par- ents of children using school bus transport.


The School Bus Tracker is based on the globally known and proven GPS technology. DataVoice has customized an advanced tech- nology to suit a school’s specific requirements and bring you a world of benefits and conveni- ences. The application sends the


SMS alerts to the parents just few minutes before arrival of bus to its designated stop, thus saving the precious time by avoiding long wait for bus. Parents get a sense of security by knowing the current location of bus in case of emergencies like riots, abnormal weather conditions, traffic jams etc.


In traditional navigation devices it is difficult to understand the street name or area because of in-built American accent, Garmin self-developed technology and the very first implement Indian accent into devices.


“Furthermore, Text-to-speech speaks street name in Hindi is coming soon to market. Garmin


GPS navigators will broadcast for example, “Turn right in 500 ft.” in Hindi or English. Meanwhile, keeping in mind Garmin has come up with some regional languages so that it is much easier and user friendly for the customer to re- ceive voice guidance in a langua- geof choice.


The foremost challenge would be to dispel the apprehensions of people towards spending on such devices and there is a need for people to understand that with life becoming busy it is important to have devices that can save your travel time and the hassle of reaching the desti- nation,” says Tony An, Marketing Director, Garmin Corporation.


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