MTData specialises in regulatory telematics and can assist you in obtaining a Greenmount Hill Permit. By meeting the in-vehicle telematics requirements outlined by Main Roads Heavy Vehicle Services (HVS), MTData enables you to access the benefits associated with the permit. Enhance your operations by reducing the need for extra drivers and trucks while minimising fuel consumption. Let MTData help you navigate the process and unlock the advantages of the Greenmount Hill Permit.
The 3G network in Australia is set to shut down in June 2024, and this will affect telematic tracking devices. Businesses are advised to upgrade their devices to 4G or 5G compatibility to avoid any negative impact on their operations. MTData offers a hassle-free upgrade process that takes less than an hour per truck and involves replacing only part of the tracking device with a new modem board and antenna. They also offer an all-inclusive software package that expertly manages and bills data sim and software services with no hidden costs. Upgrading to 4G or 5G capability will ensure uninterrupted service following the discontinuation of the 3G network. MTData urges businesses to take proactive steps towards upgrading their devices to avoid interruptions to network services and prepare for the future. Upgrading with MTData provides reliable and efficient connectivity solutions, and the upgrade process offers cost efficiencies compared to outright replacement of devices.
We turned 20! MTData is celebrating its 20-year anniversary as a leading provider of telematics solutions. Since 2003, the company has expanded rapidly, opening offices around the world and developing innovative technologies. MTData is committed to staying at the forefront of transportation technology, investing in AI, machine learning, and next-generation data analytics. Read the full blog post to learn about the company's rich history and ongoing commitment to shaping the transportation industry.
The fleet telematics industry is constantly evolving, and new technologies are being developed to help fleet operators improve their operations. While electric vehicles (EVs) have been widely touted for their cost savings and environmental benefits, there are also other tools and technologies that can help fleet operators reduce costs and increase efficiency. This blog post explores some of these solutions, including asset tracking, artificial intelligence (AI), smart cameras, and driver safety measures. These tools can help companies optimize routes, reduce downtime, improve safety, and ultimately enhance the overall efficiency of transportation operations.
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Soon all High Productivity Freight Vehicles (HPFV) and Performance-Based Standards (PBS) combinations greater than 68.5 tonnes Gross Combination Mass (GCM), or longer than 26m, that are used in Victoria must be equipped with a Smart On-Board Mass (OBM) measurement system integrated with the vehicle’s telematics.