Sydney, Australia - Teletrac Navman, Australia’s leading connected mobility platform for industries that manage vehicle and equipment assets, is proud to announce its IQ Camera, it’s latest in video telematics offering, as the first camera device to receive Type-Approval by Transport Certification Australia (TCA) for Assurance Levels 1 and 2.
The IQ Camera is the first video telematics device to receive a TCA Type-Approval, and will be the first in Australia eligible for customers to utilise and enrol in the Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA) and Road Infrastructure Management (RIM) access programs.
The TCA Type-Approved IQ Camera, powered by AI-enabled fleet management software, blends video footage with telematics information for transport operators to gain high-level insights and data while allowing for greater access and information of road networks throughout Australia.
TMA and RIM programs monitor parameters of location, time, and identity of enrolled vehicles for road asset utilisation and planning. The newly type-approved IQ Camera provides the industry with the surety to comply with the requirements of the TMA and RIM programs and industry-leading safety solutions.
The IQ Camera is an ideal solution for transport operators looking to get started with a single device that can help them with fleet management, video safety functionality, tracking and TMA compatibility. With an all-in-one integrated system paired with TN360, Teletrac Navman’s fleet management platform, customers can enrol and benefit from a regulatory program such as TMA, while also providing essential telematics such as real-time location information, insights and alerts, reporting and more.
Teletrac Navman’s Chief Product Officer Andrew Rossington said, “Teletrac Navman is the first to market with an integrated, TCA type-approved video telematics solution. The IQ Camera brings together safety, compliance and productivity in one package, it’s perfect for operators of mixed fleets or operators who are starting out on their video telematics journey, and seeking a solution that they can build on in the future.”
As the longest-serving TCA certified service provider in Australia, Teletrac Navman is proud to support the transport and logistics industry of Australia by powering workforces and creating better outcomes for all businesses.
“TMA provides a flexible, cost-effective approach to managing vehicle access using telematics using the National Telematics Framework,” said Gavin Hill, General Manager, Strategy and Delivery, TCA. “The new Teletrac Navman IQ Camera device has been type-approved by TCA, which means it can be used for the growing diversity of productivity and safety schemes that use TMA.
Teletrac Navman’s telematics solutions allow operators to find the right solution for their needs, especially transport businesses looking to improve access and increase payload.
About Teletrac Navman
Teletrac Navman’s goal is to empower the industries that transform and sustain our futures with simple and intelligent solutions that enhance the efficiency, safety, and sustainability of their operation. As a connected mobility platform for industries that manage vehicle and equipment assets, Teletrac Navman simplifies the complex so that its customers can transform the way they work through cloud-based solutions that leverage AI to unlock the power of operational insight. Teletrac Navman manages more than 700,000 vehicles and assets around the world. The company operates globally, with offices worldwide and headquarters in Orange County, CA. For more information visit https://www.teletracnavman.com.au/
Teletrac Navman is a Vontier company.
Vontier (NYSE: VNT) is a global industrial technology company uniting productivity, automation and multi-energy technologies to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving, more connected mobility ecosystem. Additional information about Vontier is available on the Company’s website www.vontier.com.