Logistics startup Rivigo was set up in 2014, by former McKinsey consultants Deepak Garg and Gazal Kalra with the idea of creating a relay truck model, where no driver would drive for more than four-five hours at a stretch and would return home the same day. Life for Rivigo drivers - whom the company calls pilots - is quite different. They maintain discipline, wear uniforms, drive for four to five hours one-way, take a 45-minute break, and then drive back a truck for another four hours to eventually come back home on the same day. The logistics startup at present has more than 100,000 drivers, or pilots, and owns 5,000 hi-tech trucks. It has covered over 4,000 cities, traversing more than a billion kilometres. The startup is solving the full range of challenges of the logistics industry using technology - be it complex problems like fuel analytics, route planning, human behaviour analysis or pure-drudgery elimination tasks like auto-alert systems and intelligent decision systems. Rivigo’s technology obsession has resulted in simple, intuitive technology products gaining quick and easy adoption by the trucking ecosystem stakeholders.