TCA has chosen to host this unique forum in order to progress the discussion and advancement of weigh-in-motion as it applies to both on-road and in-vehicle systems and end user needs.

TCA is internationally leading work in using On-Board Mass (OBM) systems. Australian road managers and regulators are recognising the value of OBM systems fitted to heavy vehicle combinations to further advance productivity and safety.

The link between on-road and in-vehicle is an increasingly co-dependent relationship. The two can now be connected in new and innovative ways. TCA aims to actively lead the collaborative approach to advancing the use and application of WIM.

View the program - updated 4 Sep 2017WIM Program

Registrations have now closed.

Program highlights:

  • High speed weighing on road
  • On-board mass monitoring
  • Aligning the two systems
  • Expert discussion on the options
  • Workshop and forum to propose solutions
  • Technical demonstration tour

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Thank you to the event Sponsors and Supporters:


Kistler is one of the world's leading suppliers of sensors and sensor electronics for measuring pressure, force and acceleration. For Road and Traffic, Kistler is providing Lineas® WIM sensors and systems. The Lineas® sensor with quartz technology measures wheel and axle loads to determine the vehicle gross weight under rolling conditions at low and high speed.




Tramanco’s Australian-made weighing systems measure static mass and dynamic mass at speeds up to 100 kph whilst monitoring wear in the vehicle suspensions and in the roads over which they travel. Live demonstrations of their patented INS-COM® software will be available during the WIM Forum.




    Kapsch TrafficCom is a provider of intelligent transportation systems in the fields of road user charging, traffic management, smart urban mobility, traffic safety and security, and connected cars.  We offer end-to-end solutions covering the entire value creation chain of its customers, from components and design to the implementation and operation of systems.