NITB, NCOC to use TPL Trakker’s AI, location based services


Staff Reporter


TPL Trakker, Pakistan’s leading IoT Company, has been chosen as the primary Location Based Services (LBS) provider by the NITB (National Information Technology Board) and NCOC (National Command and Operation Center) to support multiple national-level applications as part of Pakistan’s fight against COVID-19.
Through this collaboration, TPL Maps, the mapping arm of TPL Trakker, will continue its critical role in helping the people of Pakistan during this pandemic by providing the necessary Location Based Services (LBS) to government applications for the purpose of mapping, analyzing, reporting and responding to cases across the country.
The Smart Lockdown Dashboard provided an effective and interactive map to mark hotspots of the rampant spread of the disease and subsequently help Provincial governments in imposing geo-based smart lockdowns.
Speaking on this collaboration, Sarwar Ali Khan, CEO, TPL Trakker said, “We are committed to our corporate social responsibilities and to the national cause of eradicating this pandemic through our digital solutions and services. ”
Shabahat Ali Shah, CEO, NITB said, “TPL Trakker has made accessible its Location-Based technology, expertise, and services to help the NITB provide vital digital tools and services to effectively eliminate the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Pakistan. The initial phase has been a resounding success story, and recent developments with the support from partners like TPL Trakker are making our vision of a central data system and an intelligent response to the challenges of COVID-19, a reality.”

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