Tech Giant Zong may add features like smart security similar to OWL in the Future
With Apple’s former engineers creating and fixing cars with OWL as reported by Business Insider – the verge.com and OWL’s native website- it is already on way and doing well.
Pakistan’s automobile industry and telecom companies have advanced much since the past 3 years making the OBD devices available to public. Automobiles – specifically Toyota and Honda from year 2000 onwards – are let’s say ‘eligible’ for the OBD upgrade. The ‘Zong On Board Diagnostic’ device smoothly gets attached under the steering in a slot provided for that very purpose.
Where OWL camera new release by former Apple’s engineers (in a venture financing effort to establish this startup) gives the user a full control over the surveillance vision spectrum both inside and outside the vehicle and makes it a good sounding security device for an average customer, Pakistan’s Zong’s OBD device has added some brilliant features to its smart car Device as the company prefers calling it on their website.
It is in-fact a good means to monitor and keep a track of data being crunched and churning out for mileage, car condition, usage statistics, map provision status and other important information dishing out for the car owners. This is just the beginning, remember.
Ideally suited for car owners who let their cars to Careem, Uber and Uride – the Zong Smart Car Device is a good local addition to the market in much need where traffic tidal flows and road construction are an everyday phenomenon.
Although, like OWL – the startup from USA – as reported from their website and theverge.com is a smart first standalone security device to boast security features comprehensively, our Pakistan’s Zong device – though a bit different in architecture and intention of usage is evolving. A severe 4G competition from manufacturers like X431 Pro3 and a host of other manufacturers crowding the market, Zong may have a tough competition in surfacing its innovation above competitive levels. The competition includes Telenor group too.
Zong is, however, well known for its tenacity for market growth as it clearly has in the past proven it by sustaining itself as a brand entering the Pakistani region with its telecom services and expanding never minding the competition but setting their own goals towards growth and advertising heavily – which many companies avoid thinking of advertising as an expense rather than an investment.
With such tenacity and patience for growth similar to Samsung’s approach, Zong’s Smart car Device, we are sure, will evolve in terms of both internet provision add to it a full featured OBDC functionality and a dash of tech spice for the savvy consumer.
As for now it seems to be rolling out fine after PTCL launched its car internet device for connectivity. The race has begun. The question remains who will be at the winning line by the end of this year, bringing in most innovations.