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Transport Certification Australia (TCA) has reported a notable increase in the number of heavy vehicles that have become enrolled in the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) over the last 12 months.

“There are now over 3,330 vehicles enrolled in the IAP – an increase of 496 vehicles since August 2014,” said TCA chief executive officer Chris Koniditsiotis.

“Significantly, nearly two-thirds of this increase has occurred over the last six months, with an average of 51 additional vehicles being enrolled in the IAP each month since February 2015.


Australian transport companies will have the flexibility to deploy different types of telematics devices across one platform for specific logistics requirements, following the launch of Trimble’s Truck4U and FleetXPS (www.trimbletl.com/products/on-board-technology) in Australia.

Truck4U is a fixed on-board unit that provides real-time fleet management, while FleetXPS is a mobile on-board unit that connects wirelessly to Truck4U and enables driver interaction for fleet management and logistics activities.

Together, Truck4U and FleetXPS provide an open telematics platform that enables transport operators to customise their telematics set-up for different transport types such as long haul, short haul, pick-up and delivery, recurring runs, or subcontractors.

Trimble Transport & Logistics Australia business development manager Tom Debeule said the two telematics products will significantly benefit local transport operators by delivering a high level of flexibility.


Transport Certification Australia (TCA) and Trafikverket (Swedish Transport Administration) have announced, at this week’s inaugural meeting of the new OECD Workshop for High Capacity Vehicles in Paris, that the operational pilot of the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) in Sweden has now officially commenced.

The pilot of the IAP in Sweden – using certified Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) enabled telematics services to manage heavy vehicle access on the road network – follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Trafikverket and TCA during 2012.

Since the signing of the MoU, TCA has worked closely with Trafikverket, and a consortium of stakeholders from Sweden including Transportstyrelsen (Swedish Transport Agency) Lund University, CLOSER, the forest research institute Skogforsk, and heavy vehicle manufacturers Scania and Volvo.


Navman Wireless (www.navmanwireless.com.au/) has launched a business intelligence solution, Adaptive Intelligence. Navman says this will help organisations manage and measure fleet expenditure, with an enhanced ability to leverage their own data for KPI-based decision making and insights into future trends. Every Adaptive Intelligence implementation is customised with a customer’s specific KPI, data integration requirements and user-specific needs.

Adaptive Intelligence is a cloud-based business-intelligence-as-a-service tool that has been designed specifically with enterprise fleet management and operations in mind. It includes a wide set of data, enabling businesses to easily analyse and act upon location-based fleet data and ensure fleets are operating efficiently, productively and safely.

“Traditional business intelligence solutions now have a way to capture data from the ‘plant and people’ part of the equation,” explains Matt Minor, director business intelligence at Navman Wireless. “Adaptive Intelligence enables the enterprise to further drill-down on data and draw informative insights by adapting to an organisations’ customisable needs and software solutions already in place.


Intelligent Transport Systems Australia (ITS Australia) (www.its-australia.com.au) has commented on the United States Government announcement that it will begin taking steps to enable vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology for light vehicles.

ITS Australia chief executive officer Susan Harris said the announcement by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is pivotal in taking road safety to the next level.


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