The app developed with five years of R&D in telematics and security solutions is engineered to make the driving experience safer with one easy step of linking app users and emergency services to accident victims.
The innovative feature of the app MySmartGaadi ensures that timely help can be provided to accident victims. With a state-of-the-art automatic crash detector, the app instantly detects if the user is involved in a road accident and sends alerts to loved ones, nearby app users and police control room.
One can even be a Good Samaritan by helping out users who need help near him or her.
The app not only help reduce one’s driving costs, but also MySmartGaadi lets the user to know total distance travelled, calculates driving cost, and gives lots of tips on cutting back on expenses related to driving and car upkeep.
The app also helps the user during emergencies like flat tyre, dead battery, and empty fuel tank. One tap on ‘mySmartGaadi’ and certified dealers and service centres are notified that your car needs immediate attention quickly.
Mallesh Reddy of iTrans Technologies said the app is algorithm based and is the first of its kind in the world. It can be freely downloaded by anyone, be it owners of a two wheeler or a four wheeler or a bigger vehicle and the app users can be part of the social help network to help accident victims.