Srinagar, June 28th (UNI) The Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (LAWDA) began installing the Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking and monitoring system on weeding machines for better human resource management on Monday.
An official spokesman said the newly installed mechanism will enable the agency to effectively monitor and monitor the operation of various sea cleaning machines in real time. “Aside from knowing their exact location on the map, it will also ensure they are working properly,” he said.
He first said that GPS tracking devices have been installed on some of LAWDA’s lake cleaning machines as well as contractor machines. “The agency will install the GPS tracking system on the rest of the machines in the next few days,” he said.
He said the GPS tracking system will go a long way in making it easier for the affected LAWDA mechanical wing to deal with machine failures immediately as soon as the affected officials receive notifications / warnings of their inactivity.
The tracking system also lowers fuel costs by eliminating machine idle and gives the authority the ability to optimize the sea cleaning machines’ working hours.
By using GPS tracking software, LAWDA can eliminate any fear of machine downtime and is a step towards a completely transparent mechanism.
It was further pointed out that the ability to track the operating hours and the distances traveled by the machine enables the wing concerned to make better use of an employee’s time. It is an effective mechanism for checking machine operator performance and managing a comprehensive machine tracking system.
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