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GPS tracking system for RTO approval. The AIS 140 standards require compliance of several items inter alia;All Devices should have Emergency Buttons and support Vehicle Location TrackingAll Devices should support GAGAN, the Indian Satellite Based Augmentation SystemDevice shall have a position accuracy of minimum 2.5 mDevice shall have an acquisition sensitivity of minimum (-) 148 dBmDevice shall have a tracking sensitivity of minimum (-) 165 dBmDevice shall support standard minimum I/Os as mentioned: 4 Digital, 2 Analogue and 1 Serial Communication (e.g. RS232) for interfacing external systems (E.g. Digital input for Emergency request button interfacing).Device shall be capable of transmitting data to Backend Control Server (Government authorized server) via Wide Area (Mobile) Communications network (GSM/GPRS).Device shall be capable of transmitting Position, Velocity and Time (PVT data) along with heading (direction of travel) to a Backend Control Server (Government authorized server) at configurable frequency as per Communication Protocol of Section 4.The fixed frequency shall be user configurable, minimum frequency shall be 5 secs during vehicle operation and not less than 10 minutes in sleep/IGN OFF) as per the protocol defined in Communication Protocol of Section 4.On pressing of Emergency button, the system implementing VLT function shall send emergency Alert to the configured IP address(s) as per the Communication Protocol. In the absence of GPRS network, the emergency alert shall be sent as SMS message along with vehicle location data to configured control center number(s).Device shall store/write the registration number of the vehicle in the internal nonvolatile memoryDevice shall have an Embedded SIMThe Device shall support:Location on GPRS/SMSNon-volatile memory to store min 40, 000 positional logConfigurable backup SMS facility in case of GPRS failureCapability to send serving and adjacent cell ID as well as network measurement report (NMR)Device shall support A-GPS (Assisted GPS)Device should have Set configuration parameter like sleep time, overspeed limit, harsh braking, harsh acceleration, rash turning threshold limits etc.
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Maharashtra transport department plans RTO seva kendras at all RTO for driving license purposes.The department has invited bids for appointing a new service provider to process smart card driving licences.Aiming to give general public a better experience at its Regional Transport Offices (RTO), the transport department has planned to set up RTO seva kendras (service centres) on the lines of the passport seva kendra, at all 50 RTO offices across the state. The application process at RTOs is done online where Public has to come to RTO with this online application pre-done. Which public is not able to do in 70% of the cases and they take help of private non-professional agents outside RTOs and endup paying more.Though these agents are doing a very good job, but because of their unauthorized status and unorganized way of working, single man show.... lack of trust is the major problem in the minds of general public. The proposed RTO seva kendra setup will help those who are unable to apply online themselves at home or do not have internet access. And this service will be at a reasonable fixed price of not more than Rs. 100 (probably) Through RTOseva kendras, people could fill online applications, scan their documents and pay fees if they are unable to do it for outside. The transport department has already invited bids for appointing a new service provider to process smart card driving licences and setting up of the RTO seva kendras. The new service provider will set up a RTO seva kendra with at least two of its staffers at the front desk to attend the people at every RTO.The processing of driving licences includes data entry, scanning of documents, capturing photographs of applicant and printing smart cards, once the RTO approves the licences to applicants. RTO seva Kendra will process it, before dispatching those via post.Presently, people are dependent on Common Services Centers (CSC), set up for providing e-governance services which is a gross failer scheme. Recently, the transport department hiked their fees to ₹100 from ₹20. The fees at the proposed seva kendras will confirmed once the bid is finalized, but the transport department officials hinted that it will be less than ₹100.People will also be able to apply for a duplicate licence, make corrections to their licences or renew of licences through the proposed RTO seva kendras. The applications will be processed on a first come-first serve basis. RTO clerks won’t be able to process applications randomly as they do now, to allegedly favour agents.At the proposed seva kendras, the setup will be such that applicants will not have to visit the RTO office again. Except for tests, all other driving licence related work can be completed in a single visit. The contract period for the existing service provider which was appointed in 2007, is already over and the government has issued an extension period of six months. The new service provider will be appointed for a five-year period, as opposed to the 10-year contract previously given out.RTO seva Kendra's services are limited to driving licences only, there are no vehicle related services included in this tender.Public will have to still get TTO form filled outside only to get any vehicle ownership transfer or NOC. Parivahan section also has many problem areas, a similar service can streamline this as well. If not fully but urgent attention is to be given by transport department on giving RC book status online.
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Now you can produce e-copy of driving licence, RC for verificationVehicle owners can store their driving licenses digitally on their smartphones or on applications like DigilockerThe government has now instructed enforcement agencies across states to accept digital copies of driving licences for verification . (HIGHLIGHTSCitizens can now produce e-copies of their driving licences and registration documentsLakhs of commuters have welcomed the government's moveVehicle owners can store electronic copies of licences on apps such as DigilockerVehicle owners will no longer need to carry physical copies of driving licence (DL) and registration certificate (RC) as the government has officially amended a rule allowing citizens to carry electronic copies of these documents.The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said the new provision has been amended under Section 139 of Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1989, allowing vehicle owners across the country to use electronic versions of their driving licence and registration certificate.With the fresh provision in place, vehicle owners will now be able to store their driving licenses digitally on their smartphones or on applications like Digilockera digital locker operated by the central for storing official documents.As per the amended provision, the citizen can produce the transport related documents such as registration, insurance, fitness and permit, the driving licence, certificate for pollution under check and any other relevant documents, if required, in physical or electronic form of on demand by any police officer in uniform or any other officer authorized by the state government in this behalf, read the notification.The fresh notification is aimed at enabling the use of digital platforms for carrying essential documents such as driving licences and registration certificates while travelling. It is also aimed at notifying enforcement officers who may not be aware of the new provision.In view of the above, it is requested to ensure compliance of the amendments made to rule 139 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 and make the enforcement officers aware of the new provisions so that citizen are not harassed/ inconvenienced, the notification said.Earlier, the government's draft notification allowing e-verification was cheered by lakhs of commuters, who at one point in their life, were penalised for not carrying physical copies of vehicle-related documents.
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