- TPL Trakker will provide Location Based Services (LBS) to government applications for the purpose of mapping, analyzing, reporting, and responding to cases across the country.
The National Information Technology Board (NITB) and National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) has chosen TPL Trakker as the primary Location Based Services (LBS) provider to support multiple national-level applications against COVID-19.
Through this collaboration, TPL Maps, the mapping arm of TPL Trakker, will provide Location Based Services (LBS) to government applications for the purpose of mapping, analyzing, reporting, and responding to cases across the country.
After the implementation of the Smart Lockdown in June the government is now keen on development to enhance and improve the response to active cases.
TPL Trakker’s LBS will play a crucial part in the next phase of the NITB and NCOCs mandates, powering Intelligent Resource Management Systems and the Pak Neghayban mobile application.
“We are proud of our integral role in the reduction of virus cases so far and even more so now that the NITB and NCOC are utilizing our Location Based Services to power the next phase of Web and Mobile Applications in the combat against the pandemic,” said Sarwar Ali Khan, CEO, TPL Trakker.
The Location Services used as part of this collaboration are growing rapidly in their popularity and usage with commercial clients in Pakistan.
“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 intelligent response to the challenges of COVID-19, a reality,” says Shabahat Ali Shah, CEO, NITB.