Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Don’t Miss this Opportunity !



DNA ( 16 April 2017 ) carries a report which says :


·         All vehicles in the state ( Maharashtra ) may soon have to switch over to High Security Number Plates ( HSNP )



·         The standardized plates will have features such as RFID ( radio frequency identification ) , which will help police track the location of a vehicle in case of theft


·         It will also have a snap-lock mechanism, that will prevent people from using fake number plates on their cars


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Dear Shri Praveen Gedam :


Congratulations on this long overdue initiative


But look at the number of the vehicles in :


*    Mumbai …….      30 lakh


*    Maharashtra…….200 lakhs


*    India …… ………….2280 lakh vehicles


*    Added in 2015 …194 lakh new vehicles ( 

53,270 every single day !)



*    Added in 2016 …300 lakh new vehicles ( 

82,191 per day ! )



Sooner or later , all of these need to switch over to 

RFID-embedded HSNP , which cannot be 

manufactured by road-side “Number Plate Makers “



These will need to be manufactured by factories having specialized machinery



It will take YEARS to effect the change-over ! By which time millions of new vehicles would get added !



Exercise such as this just cannot be undertaken 

frequently without causing enormous confusion 

during the TRANSITION PERIOD


( eg : recent change-over to BS 4 standards )



It is therefore best to undertake the TRANSFORMATION of our vehicular TRANSPORT in one stroke by implementing the suggestions listed in :




Shri Raoteji has a Vision  ( 23 March 2017 )




Internet of Vehicles ( IoV )  [ 04 March 2017 ]




To prepare a  ROAD-MAP  for this transformation , 

you may want to rope in :




 'support@e-yantra.org' / 'helpdask@e-yantra.org'



Dear Shri Gedam :



Our PM , Shri Narendra Modiji wants all of us to “ 

aim for the sky “ / “ think out of box “ / “ learn to 

take risks “




Here is YOUR opportunity to offer an example !





20  April  2017



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