This means V-DAQ can enrol vehicles into productivity and safety arrangements where Smart OBM systems are a requirement, including the High Productivity Freight Vehicles (HPFV) in Victoria and the Performance-Based Standards (PBS) monitoring scheme in Tasmania.
“V-DAQ has continued to meet the needs of transport operators, providing a simple and affordable regulatory telematics option,” said Paul Fenech, Director at V-DAQ.
“We’ve made a collaborative effort to support all Smart OBM systems currently available in the marketplace, and we will continue to support new OBM systems as they become available.
Find out more about Smart OBM systems at tca.gov.au/smart-obm.
Interested in offering OBM systems through the National Telematics Framework? Talk to us, or visit tca.gov.au/smart-obm.
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