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Managing fleet, assets

Ropate Valemei
Tuesday, February 12, 2013

AN Australian company is developing special software and devices for mobile operators in Fiji that would allow better monitoring, management and control of assets.

Anstel Pty Limited managing director Neil Coomar introduced a location-based solution, Autonatutics, a user-friendly web-based application developed to manage assets and vehicles.

He said the device was certified in Europe and proved to be the best.

"Our fully managed hosted service delivers state-of-the-art application software, sleek robust devices and sophisticated maps and detail reporting," Mr Coomar said.

"The cost effective solution was designed to improve efficiency, increase security, optimise energy and prevent asset loss and mishandling of resources.

"The device is flexible where customers can choose from our wide range of tracking devices including personal tracking. It is cost effective where customers can choose their own data SIM connection and for security purposes, the data is fully secured in Melbourne."

He said the device was of high quality, certified and designed by European and US companies.

"For stability, we have our own Geographic Information System server to store local maps and data including Fiji maps from the Department of Lands and Surveys," he said.

"We have a dedicated local support team and partnership with Kinsten Electronics (Fiji) Limited, an accredited taxi meter agent by the Land Transport Authority and accredited contractor for the fuel industry."

Anstel was founded in 2010 to introduce cutting edge wireless technology to the telecommunications and security industry across Oceania.

Mr Coomar said the company's primary objective was to provide cost-effective, turnkey solutions to clients while strengthening local support at the same time.

The company's head office is based in Sydney with an office in Fiji to support local businesses.





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