Jakarta – The agricultural sector is one of the sectors that can survive in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. This makes the Ministry of Agriculture try to make the food needs of the community met. Several strategies were made so that the agricultural sector increased, one of which was by using a GPS tracker.
Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, various parties in agriculture continue to strive for the production and distribution of foodstuffs to run well. However, the implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM), a subsystem supporting the agricultural sector is disrupted. In addition, some parties find solutions for food production and distribution using GPS trackers.
InovaTrack as one of the leading GPS trackers in Indonesia has helped distribute food to the community. Parties directly involved in agriculture also began to use GPS trackers so that the supporting subsystem can work optimally. One of them is by installing a GPS tracker on the vehicle for distribution.
It said food production had declined by 5 percent at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. The decrease was caused by limited transportation in the distribution and distribution of saprodi farming businesses. It is certainly disturbing in producing value-added agricultural products.
The use of InovaTrack as a GPS tracker certainly helps the agricultural sector in overcoming some of the effects caused during the pandemic. InovaTrack installed on vehicles transporting food can track vehicle activity as long as food is delivered in real-time.
InovaTrack users easily track a vehicle’s location from a smartphone, tablet, or computer. In addition, if there are irregularities in the distribution of food, then the operator can take action.
The positive impact of the use of GPS tracker is that the distribution line can be overcome properly because of the smooth distribution of saprodi and foodstuffs.
In addition to the importance of installing a GPS tracker on vehicles for food distribution, GPS trackers can also be installed on alsintan. The goal is that alsintan can work productively and no more tools are abandoned.
If alsintan is more productive, it will increase high-value agricultural yields. It is also driven by the high demand for food from the public to maintain the body’s immunity in the midst of a pandemic. GPS trackers attached to alsintan can record and detect activity and abuse, so that operators can know and follow up immediately.