City Fleet Management

With Indian cities undergoing rampant large scale urbanization, there is an incessant need to plan and develop urban areas in a systematic manner, and improve the quality of life. Ay Synergy Telematics, we understand this need and hence provide accurate and timely information in geospatial forms, which allows scores of population to use a variety of maps, GIS data and application. In our quest to be able to ace the game of city management, we excel at providing Geographical Information Systems (GPS) that further fuels the urban planning and urban management. GPS is a computer-based system that collects, and displays all forms of geographical information. The information can be about the location or the description of an infrastructure yet to be tracked. Its potential usage can be extended in choosing fire station sites, targeting market segments, planning water or wastewater distribution networks, responding to emergencies and defining boundaries or zones. Delivering technology in the form of maps, digital data, and analysis to all levels of government, businesses, educators and the public; we specialize in developing land use and developing master plans using GIS mapping. Along with this, we aim at meeting a varied variety of administration, planning and management needs that paces up the urbanization speed.
Systems and Modules that Create City Management System
Tools and techniques used in creating a robust City Management System are:
1) Total Station Surveys
2) Auto level surveys
3) Acquiring and using high resolution satellite imageries
4) DGPS surveys and collection of ground control points
5) Cadastral mapping
6) Vectorization and land base creation
Advantages of City Management Systems from Synergy Telematics:
1) To provide robust technology to developmental authorities and town planning departments
2) Supports real-time 3D positioning to the extreme level of accuracy
3) Reduces physical infrastructure and costs of installation and maintenance
4) Efficiently supports regional services, such as ambulance dispatching, emergency management, public transit, real estate, and national road databases
5) Mapping of transportation networks, forest, barren lands and bridges
6) Supports town planning in creation of master plans