Smart Traffic Management for Geo-fenced areas

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How it works
Vehicle arrives at gate
Security guard scans the vehicle number plate and hands over a uniquely mapped Trackyo unit to the vehicle driver
Vehicle is tracked
Real-time speed and location tracking of the vehicle is done through the Trackyo unit. Driver gets feedback and real-time audio visual alerts during violations and critical situations
In case of critical situations
Security guard connects with the nearest emergency service providers (hospitals, police, fire station) just by the press of a button using our realtime platform
At the exit point
The device is recovered by the security guard and the driver gets a ticket for violation/ incentives for next visit
The Trackyo solution employs a novel framework of turning a particular area to a connected vehicle area for implementing safety applications. Trackyo has a potential to reduce the possibility of human errors by 90% and reduce the costs by 25% in 3 months from implementation.
Here are a few value additions from Trackyo that make it a revolutionary solution for bringing smart safety to geo-fenced areas
Trackyo is connected
We develop state of the art connected vehicle technology and equip Trackyo with that in a minimum package.
Trackyo is responsive
Trackyo senses the driver’s behaviour and gives audio-visual alerts to establish a safe and secure environment for the residents.
Trackyo is mobile
It has a long lasting rechargeable battery. Each Trackyo unit communicates with each other and the data finally reaches the central monitoring server.
Trackyo is wireless
It uses state-of- the art technology to send real-time alerts during violations and critical situations.
Trackyo is feasible
We solve a huge problem by reducing the scope only to focus on geo-fenced regions. Other solutions that work on connected tech are having hard time dealing with the huge infrastructure needs.
Trackyo is adaptable
It can be reprogrammed for speed limits, changing traffic rules in the geo-fenced region.
Trackyo is rewarding
Trackyo rewards the good drivers with parking space, etc.
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Why choose Trackyo?
Our connected vehicle technology platform has proven to be

much more effective than the currently used alternative solutions

Road Safety Mirrors
CCTV Surveillance
Manual Monitoring
Speed Breakers
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Recognised as a startup by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) under the Start-up India Scheme by the Govt. of India.

Recognised as a social impact startup by the AVPN Asia.

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Meet our team
Dr. Orkun Karabasoglu
Prof. Karabasoglu received his Ph.D and M.Sc. in MechE from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in 2013. Later on, he worked at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as a postdoctoral research associate in Mechatronics Research Laboratory. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Industrial Engineering Department of Yasar University and the Founder and Director of The Laboratory for Intelligent Vehicles and Energy Systems (previously affiliated with JIE). Before joining Yasar University, he worked at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Carnegie Mellon University’s Joint Institute of Engineering (JIE) with Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China. He is the co-founder of a tech start-up, Trackyo Tech, focusing on developing IoT devices working on a blockchain platform for the smart vehicles of the future . He also serves as an advisor to other companies in the blockchain space. Currently, he is the AI & blockchain advisor at building automated trading strategies using machine learning approaches. His expertise is in the fields of optimization and machine learning with an applied focus on electrified vehicles, and more recently on financial systems. His team at MIT won the “Innovative Research Analysis Award” with a project on intelligent control of smart grid. His co-authored paper won the best paper award at The 10th Multi-Disciplinary International Workshop on AI. His work was featured in Bloomberg, Reuters, Fox42 News, Green Car Congress, Environmental Leader, The Wall Street Journal, EV World and etc.
Yash Agarwal
Yash received his bachelor degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from NIIT University in India. Later on, he worked as a research engineer at Carnegie Mellon University's Joint Research Institute and at the Laboratory for Intelligent Vehicles and Energy Systems (LIVES). He has been intensively researching and developing safety applications employing connected vehicles, vehicular communications and embedded systems. Yash believes that Trackyo's tech-driven, connected platform will revolutionise traffic management, asset tracking, security and surveillance at Geo-fenced regions.
Kritika Jain
Software Developer
Kritika received her bachelor degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from NIIT University in India. Prior to laying the founding stone of Trackyo, she developed algorithms for localisation techniques, positioning moving objects, safety applications for autonomous transportation, optimal design of electric vehicles etc. at the Carnegie Mellon University's Joint Institute of Engineering. She was appointed as a research assistant at the Laboratory for Intelligent Vehicles and Energy Systems (LIVES).
Mehmet Karaköse
Software Developer
A student at Yaşar University and interested Mobile App, Web development. Currently a GDG İzmir volunteer and a blogger about Developments. Worked as a senior project and also support the project of a teacher in school. Currently, focused on learning about Google Cloud and also good practice and work for mobile instructor.
Doğancan Demir
IoT Hardware Engineer
Doğan Can was graduted from Mechatronics and Electronical Communication (Dokuz Eylul University) departments and worked as Freelancer with big companies such as NCR Corporation, Nemport Harbour, CMS Wheel and DİMES Beverage in project-based jobs. He graduted from Economy and still studying in Industrial Engineering department in Yaşar University. He is interesting with IoT Communication, SCADA Tracking, Smart Robotics Systems and RFID systems for 5+ years. He is the member of JCI, Mechatronics Association and EESTEC and he is still holding workshops about STEM Education, Sectoral Electronics and Entrepreneurship in Izmir University of Economics.
Kerim Ateş Altun
Business Facilitator
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Ece Özen
Business Facilitator
Ece Özen is a senior Industrial Engineering student at Yasar University. She developed her engineering skills through her courses, such as operations research, production and service systems planning. She was also involved in summer internships at Adopen and Bosch Thermotechnology, where she worked in Production Planning and Methods Engineering departments, respectively. She also held a project of standardization of workstations at Bosch Thermotechnology during her internship. Her research interests include Production and Inventory Planning, Manufacturing Systems, Methods Engineering and Ergonomics.
Derin Onat Savran
Software Engineering / Part Time
Derin is a senior Industrial Engineering student at Yasar University. He is developing his coding and computer skills such as; Phython, MS Office, and C. He takes part in various Data Analysis projects to improve himself and aims to attend a MSc programme in this field to become an expert. He worked in Manufacturing Engineering Department at Schneider Electric as an intern where he got involved in projects on time studies and standardization of the workstations.
Gökçe Gonca
Business Facilitator
Gökçe Gonca is studying her bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering at Yaşar University as a senior student. She was involved in internships at Delphi Automotive and Livapak both of which are overseas based companies. Her mother tongue is Turkish, she also speaks German and Spanish. She is looking forward to improve herself more on software area and her specialization on coding languages include Python, Java, Scilab, Matlab, Autocad, and Rockwell Arena.
İrem Gonca
Business Facilitator
İrem Davutluoğlu is a senior Industrial Engineering student at Yaşar University with full scholarship. She attended University of Miskolc in Hungary with Erasmus+ programme for one semester, where she studied on optimization, quality management, production and service systems planing, simulation and some software languages such as Java and Python. She also worked in Quality Department at Gates Industrial, and Purchasing Department at SIMECO A.Ş as an intern where she held projects about time studies in rework are and demand forecasting, respectively.
Kenan Kestaneci
Software Engineering / Part Time
Kenan Kestaneci is a senior Industrial Engineering student at Yasar University. His mother tongue is Turkish, and he also speaks English and French. He is interested in software; took some optional programming courses during his education and looking for improving his software skills. He can code in Java & Python. He is able to use Excel Visual Basic for Applications, Office, Arena simulation software, IBM CPLEX & LINGO, and MATLAB. He also worked at SOKTAS textile company as an intern.
Seda Er
Business Facilitator
Seda ER was born in İzmir who is a senior student of Industrial Engineering at Yasar University. She was involved in an internship at Uniteks Textile where she worked in Central Planning Department. She took education in London, England for 2 months about general English and finished intermediate level. Her computer skills include MS Office and some software languages such as Java, C++, VBA.
Sevval Bilici
Business Facilitator
Şevval Bilici was born in İzmir who is a senior student of Industrial Engineering at Yasar University through full scholarship. She was involved in an internship at TPI where she worked in Process Engineering Departmant. She took education in Brighton, England for 4 months about general English and finished upper-intermediate level. Her computer skills include MS Office and some software languages such as Java, C++, VBA.
Gülce Haner Güler
Algorithm Developer - Data Scientist
Gülce received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from Mathematics department (Computer Science subsection), Ege University. She began her career as a Research Asistant (2011) at Izmir University of Economics where she also graduated from Industrial Engineering M.Sc. program. She is currently a PhD Candidate of Industrial Engineering at Yaşar University and she is also working as a part time research and teaching assistant. Her field of interests include data science, statistical analysis, experimental design, production planning, quality assurance and control.
Samet Altunsoy
Hardware Developer
Samet ALTUNSOY received his bachelor degree in Electronic and Communication Engineering from Doğuş University. He took place in IEEE Students Community for several years . After that, he worked as a intern at OTOKAR and Türk Telekom. His interests are technology and motorsports and his career goal is Embedded System Engineer in automotive industry. He is currently working as a Hardware Developer at Trackyo.
Dr. Gurendra Nath Bhardwaj
Dr. Bhardwaj received his Ph. D. from Department of Applied Economics, University of Lucknow. Currently, Dr. Bhardwaj is appointed as an Associate Professor & Deputy Registrar (Academic Operations) at NIIT University, Neemrana India. He has been actively involved in teaching at UG and PG level for more than 16 years. During his teaching career, Dr. Bhardwaj was Associate Professor of Finance at IILM Graduate School of Management, Greater Noida & also worked at Amity Business School, Noida, Institute of Productivity and Management, Meerut and Lucknow University. Dr. Bhardwaj has presented and published more than 70 research papers in the conference and journals of national and international repute. He has also contributed chapters in the books published by leading publisher like Excel, McMilan and Oxford Publication.
Dr. Prahlad G. Menon
Dr. Menon is an engineering professor and data scientist, with teaching and research experience in biomedical, mechanical and computer engineering at the undergraduate & graduate levels, involved with a wide range of computational projects ranging from patient-specific medical imaging diagnostics and minimally invasive surgical navigation to financial modeling for algorithmic trading and assessing derailment risk for the railroads. Dr. Menon is currently affiliated with a tenure track professor appointment at Duquesne University (dept of biomedical engineering) with adjunct appointments at University of Pittsburgh (dept of bioengineering) and University of Texas at San Antonio (dept of biomedical engineering). Dr. Menon was formerly assistant professor of electrical & computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon (until May 2015).
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02 2017
Trackyo for gated communities
Trackyo brings you a real-time vehicle monitoring system that aids in tracking vehicles in the aforementioned regions. The device tracks the speed and the location of the vehicle and gives audio-visual alerts to the vehicle driver. A warning is also transmitted to the security stations and a message is broadcast to the surrounding vehicles. Such warnings help other drivers to timely respond and avoid potential crashes.
18 2017
Trackyo Building connected vehicle technology to track and modify driver behavior in gated communities
Trackyo is an early-stage connected vehicle startup based out of Hyderabad. They are designing customized security solutions for vehicle monitoring and driver assistance systems targeting gated societies. By gated societies, we refer to areas secured by gates and security guards at entry and exit points i.e., areas including but not limited to: residential townships/societies/ blocks, business centers, corporate structures, etc.
11 2017
Trackyo, building easy-to-use products targeting to lead a better life
Inspired by a problem that the founders Yash Agarwal and Kritika Jain faced while they were studying their Bachelor’s at the NIIT university, they started working on a reliable and technology driven solution to cater to the problem of over speeding, reckless driving, parking assistance, unavailability of prompt facilitation of emergency services along with a few faculty members in September 2014.