COLLECTING DATA FROM LONG HAUL TRUCKS * India
* Karnakata - BlackBuck to use data to create a niche for itself in a crowded market
--- Business-to-business logistics firm BlackBuck, which raised $70 million in its series-C round, is trying to use data to create a niche for itself in a crowded market. The company was recently asked to identify the choke points on the national highways by the transport ministry. Indraneel Bommisetty, product and data science head at BlackBuck, told ET the company had collected GPS data from over 300 long haul trucks over 26 months, looking at 1.92 crore data points on the highways. in the country and had found interesting trends...
(Photo: Loaded Indian trucks on the roads) -- Bengaluru, Karnataka, India - Tech Economic Times, by Priyanka Sangani - April 05, 2017
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