Gurgaon-based vehicle telematics solution provider Trak N Tell expanded its product range by adding the feature-packed Intelli showroom. The IoT start-up’s latest offering provides comprehensive vehicle and passenger security through a bevy of state-of-the-art features. Coming close on the heels of Trak N Tell’s launch of the Intelli7+, the Intelli showroom system is equipped with real-time vehicular tracking and has the option to immobilise the vehicle’s engine, provide over-speeding alerts, geofence notifications and alerts when the vehicle engine is turned on.
The Intelli showroom will enable users to receive automated pre-recorded calls, and also reach out to Trak N Tell’s 24x7 customer care centre in case they require any emergency assistance. This product will also be compatible with vehicles equipped with a push-button starting feature, making it perfect to secure any kind of vehicle – a personal car, heavy machines, taxis, or commercial trucks.
The Intelli showroom, with its watchman alarm feature, will provide notifications if the user phone is online as well as automated pre-recorded calls to alert the owner of any possible threats to their vehicles if the user phone doesn’t have data, ensuring passenger and vehicular safety from all kinds of threats at all times. The Intelli showroom is currently available in select showrooms in Delhi-NCR, and will be available in other parts of the country at an affordable price of Rs 10,499/- with lifetime subscription.
Commenting on the launch of the new Intelli showroom, Ritu Gupta, Co-founder and COO, Trak N Tell, talked about the importance of human touch in product design and deployment. “Many of our customers have informed us that a key feature they would like to have would be the ability to communicate and reach out for assistance in emergencies. With this feedback in mind, our new Intelli Showroom product provides this service along with a host of others, guaranteed to bring our customers security, peace of mind, and a satisfactory experience with telematics and vehicular protection,” she noted.