Road agencies use the RIM application of the National Telematics Framework in a range of road access schemes, permits and national notices across jurisdictions to drive productivity and safety reforms, while reducing costs.
In New South Wales, these include the Oversize Overmass (OSOM) Vehicle Movement Scheme, Farm Gate Access Scheme and Port Botany Container Movement Efficiency Scheme, to name a few.
Jeremy McLean, Chief Executive Officer, at Sensium said, “We have more than 15 years’ experience in delivering local end-to-end GPS hardware and software services, bringing Australia advanced fleet telematics. We’re delighted to now add the RIM application to our service offering, to support new flexible road access arrangements now available.”
The RIM application enables reliable and standardised collection of road use data from vehicles fitted with a telematics device.
Information about Sensium Fleet Telematics is available at sensium.com.au.
Information on how the RIM application is a flexible option for new productivity and safety initiatives is available under RIM schemes on the TCA website.
See also: Information for Transport Operators.
Interested in offering RIM as a registered provider? Talk to us, or visit tca.gov.au/rim.
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