Omnicomm to present new solution and third generation fuel sensor at Telematics India 2015 in Bangalore
The telematics market in India is developing fast pace, showing tremendous growth and promising broad horizons. Researchers point that it is expected to reach 1.3 million units by 2021 (according to Frost&Sullivan). Telematics India 2015, which will take place for the fifth time, in Bangalore – this year, intends to stimulate local companies to take a closer look to business opportunities with forerunners and decision-makers in automotive and telematics industries at a local, regional and global level. The high-tech event in the sphere of telematics will provide a vision of vehicular telematics technologies and opportunity to network and share up-to-date knowledge with the industry pioneers and decision-makers from all over the globe.
Speaking about the prospects and goals of Omnicomm participation in the event this year, Shekar Subramani, Country Head at Omnicomm, commented: “We have a lot to share this year: technologies and businesswise. The agenda of Omnicomm at the event is connected with the new solution which makes it even more convenient and easy for our customers to integrate fuel monitoring. The improved third-generation sensor offers high quality results and in fact sets new standards in the field of fuel telematics. All the details will be uncovered within our presentation. We are also really excited to share our news concerning India. Besides, it is an opportunity for us to meet with the key industry leaders and receive a clearer picture of the needs of our partners and customers in the market”.
Telematics India 2015 is going to be held in Bangalore on August 26 - 27
Omnicomm’s presentation starts at 12 p.m., August 26
August 19, 2015