The first dispatcher Internet system WebLocator in Eastern Europe has started working.

At a press conference on December 19, the capital network MegaFon and Race Communications presented a fully ready dispatching Internet system WebLocator and the "Locator" tariff plan for connecting to it. Thus, for the first time in A commercial system has been put into operation in Russia and Eastern Europe on the basis of the current GSM operator mobile positioning.

The system put into operation allows you to view the routes of cars on the computer screen (on the website ), determine their current position, manage the transport fleet. The system keeps records and statistics, increases the safety and speed of transportation, reduces the costs of enterprises.

WebLocator is a new generation dispatch system that uses the resources of cellular networks (MegaFon) and the Internet. It solves the issues of separation of access rights and information security at the modern level, uses the latest achievements in the field of communications, implements advanced approaches in the field of transport management (Fleet Management).

- "WebLocator will be in demand by corporate clients of a wide profile, even small business companies. According to our calculations, the use of the system is relevant when there are three or more cars in the company, and the volume of monthly cargo transportation is from 5000 USD, " says Leonid Lopatin, managing director of Race Communications. - "Based on the experience of using similar systems in other countries, the reduction of "empty" mileage cars will be 15-20%, taking into account the increased discipline of drivers. Based on these figures, users of the system will be, first of all, a variety of carriers, emergency response and roadside assistance services, car rentals, as well as taxis and official transport."

Official press releaseAbout the capabilities of the WebLocator system

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