High-end devices sending live
updates on tracking, alerts and car health will not be confined to premium cars
anymore. Rollr, a Made in India telematics product can be plugged in cars
across segments including high end luxury vehicles, providing cutting-edge
features and an easy way for car owners to stay in touch with their vehicles.
Rollr Mini is a plug-and-play
device; it plugs into the OBD-port of the car and once activated, the Rollr
Mini sends Live Tracking, Alerts and Car Health updates to the user via the
Rollr App (available for download from Play Store & App Store.) It is
currently available to buy from Amazon and Flipkart and is priced at Rs. 6499.
Rollr is the first B2C
offering from auto components giant Samvardhana Motherson Group (SMG), via its
subsidiary Motherson Invenzen XLab Pvt. Ltd.
Rollr provides innovative
connected vehicle solutions from devices to applications, thereby providing
users access to vehicle telematics comprising real time tracking and location
analytics, engine health, security alerts and driving behavior, along with
providing regular reports summarizing pre-set parameters.
Rollr devices have been tested
with over 100+ vehicles under extreme performance conditions and are designed
to provide connected car solutions to both passenger and commercial vehicles.
While Rollr Mini is perfect for families to track and use their cars better,
Rollr Fleet caters to fleet owners with more than 10 vehicles and Enterprise
Rollr is aimed at large businesses with 200+ vehicles.
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