Several challenges faced by the client in their internal transportation processes within the steel plant.

Firstly, the client is using locomotives and tarpedos to transport iron ore, molten steel, and finished products within the plant. However, they are unable to understand the exact location of these machines within the plant. This can make it difficult for the client to manage and optimize the movement of these machines.

Secondly, the load carrying capacity and ideal time of these machines are not being tracked. This means that the client may not be aware of how efficiently these machines are being used, and they may not be able to identify opportunities to improve their performance.

Thirdly, the client does not have a holistic view of the complete movements of these machines in a single screen. This can make it difficult to understand the overall flow of materials and products within the plant and can make it harder to identify bottlenecks or inefficiencies.

Finally, the client needs to manage the traffic of the locomotives as they travel on the track. This can be a complex task, especially if there are multiple machines travelling on the same track or if there are multiple tracks that need to be coordinated.

In summary, the client is facing several challenges in their internal transportation processes, including tracking the location and performance of their machines, understanding the overall flow of materials and products within the plant, and managing the traffic of the locomotives. Addressing these challenges will be important for optimizing the efficiency and effectiveness of the client’s internal transportation processes.


TMS Tarpedo Management Solution provided by iTroSys to the client to address their internal transportation challenges.

Firstly, iTroSys collaborated with the client to create a custom, comprehensive Tarpedo/Locomotive management and Dashboard services to support the organization as an outsourced solution. This means that iTroSys developed a software system specifically tailored to the client’s needs to manage and monitor their locomotives and tarpedos. This solution was provided as an outsourced service, meaning that iTroSys would handle the management of the system on behalf of the client.

Secondly, iTroSys surveyed the area and customized digital maps and overlayed the complete tracks as a custom map layer. This means that iTroSys created digital maps of the plant and the tracks used by the locomotives and tarpedos. These maps were customized to meet the specific needs of the client and provided a clear visual representation of the location and movement of the machines.

Thirdly, iTroSys created a FTE-based model for quick scalability and support of services. This means that iTroSys developed a model that allowed the client to quickly scale the solution up or down based on their needs. This model was based on FTE (full-time equivalent) units, meaning that the client could adjust the number of units to match the level of support they required.

Finally, iTroSys conducted resilient project management to deliver with excellence. This means that iTroSys used a project management approach that prioritized resilience and adaptability. This allowed iTroSys to deliver the solution to the client in a timely and efficient manner while also ensuring that the solution was flexible enough to adapt to any changes or challenges that arose during the implementation process.

In summary, iTroSys provided a customized solution to the client that addressed their internal transportation challenges. This solution included a software system to manage and monitor the locomotives and tarpedos, customized digital maps to provide a visual representation of the movement of the machines, a scalable model based on FTE units, and resilient project management to ensure a successful implementation.


The statement outlines the benefits that the client has experienced as a result of the new Tarpedo Management System (TMS) developed by iTroSys.

Firstly, the TMS has supported the client to meet or exceed their target objectives and quality monitoring. This means that the TMS has helped the client to achieve their goals related to the transportation of materials within the plant. The system has also allowed the client to monitor the quality of their transportation processes and ensure that they are meeting the necessary standards.

Secondly, the TMS has provided flexible reports and dashboards that enable the client to quickly make decisions as needed. This means that the client has access to real-time data and insights about their transportation processes. They can use this information to make informed decisions that help to optimize the movement of materials and products within the plant.

Thirdly, the TMS has increased the client’s confidence in improving its underperforming facility. This means that the client has been able to identify areas where their transportation processes are not performing as well as they should be. The TMS has provided them with the data and insights they need to address these issues and make improvements to their facility.

Finally, the TMS has cut the client’s field services labor cost almost in quarter – 25%. This means that the client has been able to reduce the cost of the labor required to manage and maintain their transportation processes. This has been achieved through the use of automation and digital technologies that have made the process more efficient and streamlined.

In summary, the TMS developed by iTroSys has provided the client with a range of benefits, including improved performance, real-time data and insights, increased confidence in their facility, and reduced labor costs. These benefits have helped to optimize the client’s internal transportation processes and improve the overall efficiency of their facility.