Mumbai-based Transport Hub, founded in 2016, is a digital logistics assistant, which uses IoT to serve various business needs.
Whether it is tracking the maintenance of your vehicle (like changing a tyre or insurance renewal) or getting reports on vehicle efficiency and other data, there is no debate on technology beating manual efforts. Both B2C and B2B logistics come with basic necessities like GPS tracking, but B2B needs more customised technology as it works differently in terms of volume and speed. This is the idea behind Mumbai-based startup The Transport Hub (TTH), which uses IoT in logistics.
The Indian logistics sector is estimated to be worth $215 billion by 2020. Technology, other than GPS, hasn’t yet entered into the sector to build efficiency and optimisation of resources. By providing integrated solutions to clients on a pay-as-you-go model, TTH is taking automation in logistics to the next level. It helps you avoid unauthorised usage of a vehicle as well as immobilise it remotely, using its technology. Additionally, you get instant alerts on call and email if there is an emergency and no GPS signal is available.