TAXI4U is the first intelligent dispatch system developed and implemented for the taxi industry. It has been supported by many taxi associations, mobile communications operators and related government departments. Using the back-end dispatch system and wireless communication network, taxi operators that have equipped their vehicles with the KENJI blackbox will be able to quickly inform drivers of the nearest customer who has called for a taxi. This service will not only improve the operational efficiency of taxi fleets, but will also be capable of keeping a detailed service record, hence can help to markedly enhance the reliability and convenience of taxi service for passengers.
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Remote control GSM The highest GSM data transmission speed is 9. Please consult the SP for details. Steps for Installation and Usage A. Plug power supply adapter into the DC outlet on Modem body. Screw off the red hat of the antenna, and tighten the antenna connector up. Use a nib or pin to push the button, so that the SIM slot will pop up. Put your SIM card into the slot, with the chip outwards. Put the slot back to the Modem as it be, and ensure that the SIM card is connected well with the card reader.
After all of these are done, plug in power source. The red indicator light will light up, and after about 30 seconds, the indicator light will begin to flash regularly, then the device is in readiness. If the indicator light never flash, possibly the connection between the SIM card and the card reader, or the SIM card is the matter. Please make a careful examination, and restart Modem.
Notice: In order to guarantee the useful life of Modem, please turn off the power before loading or removing the SIM card, and connecting or disconnecting the data line or the power cord.
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