There are 120 Fleeca centres operational on the highways of Delhi NCR to Kolkata and from Mumbai to Bangalore and Chennai at a distance of every 100 – 200 kms
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) – Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (CEERI), Pilani has has formed a joint venture with Jaipur based start-up Fleeca India to develop tyre pressure monitoring system. Motive is to help drivers monitor tyre in order to avoid accidents due to tyre burst.
An MoU has been signed between CEERI and Fleeca India where Fleeca will use the R&D labs of CEERI for technical testing and sampling.
Tikam Chand Jain, Founder & CEO, Fleeca India said, “We are pleased to announce our collaboration with CEERI, Pilani where we will be mentored by veteran scientists and experts for developing TPMS. Our access to world class R&D labs at CEERI will facilitate us to perform critical testing which are mandatory for product development. This support from CEERI will help Fleeca to develop technology which will change the scenario of logistics industry.”
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Dr. D.K. Aswal, Director CSIR – CEERI, Pilani said, “In this competitive world, we rarely come across such startups that are thriving hard to change the entire industry with technology advancements. Fleeca is the first startup to whom we are providing technical assistance at our R&D centre. Fleeca is catering to a niche segment, hence require in-depth research. The journey of developing this product will definitely change the current scenario on how logistics industry operates.”
Currently Fleeca is operational in 8 States covering 15 cities. It also has 120 functional centres on the highways of Delhi NCR to Kolkata and from Mumbai to Bangalore and Chennai at a distance of every 100 – 200 kms where they provide basic vehicle inspection services like alignment, tyre pressure, and facilities for drivers, safe vehicle parking and more.