Central Land Council
Throughout the year the Central Land Council’s vehicle fleet travels some 1.2 million km across 776,549 square km of remote, rugged and often inaccessible areas in the Northern Territory. Here’s how Central Land Council has benefited from installing Teletrac Navman technology:
- Gain improved insight into driver behaviour
- Manage downtime and improve efficiency
- Track vehicles in real-time
- Schedule maintenance trips
- Generate health reports and idling reports
Ensuring the safety of drivers and vehicles in remote areas is a daily challenge for Gunida Gunyah, a housing and support services provider for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
“For an organisation like ours, a vehicle is very much a workplace. Not only do we need to pinpoint the location of drivers, particularly when out of range, we need to monitor adherence to safety regulations, addressing behaviour where necessary,” Daniel Irwin Housing Services Manager, Gunida Gunyah, says.
- Communication to contact lost drivers and re-direct
- Monitor travel distances, idle time, average speed and fuel used within a selected date range to ensure drivers stay on schedule
- Reports are used to manage driver fatigue
Life Without Barriers
Life Without Barriers operates a large and diverse fleet of more than 1200 vehicles to help provide care and support services in more than 250 communities right across Australia. Teletrac Navman has partnered with LWB to provide GPS fleet management technology across the entire fleet.
“Our technology will improve the efficiency of its fleet operations, directing more resources into the delivery of essential frontline services.” says Ian Daniel, Teletrac Navman’s Vice President, Asia Pacific.