Mobility

Smartrider ticketing system updated by WA Goverment

11 September, 2017

Transperth's cashless ticketing system, Smartrider, will be upgraded to improve security and make it more user-friendly.


EVP technology improves emergency response in Cairns

04 September, 2017

Faster emergency response times have been enabled in Cairns, due to the implementation of an emergency vehicle priority (EVP) system at multiple intersections.


SA calls for free public transport Wi-Fi

20 July, 2017 by Jonathan Nally

The South Australia government has called for expressions of interest to operate a free Wi-Fi network on hundreds of buses, trains and trams.


New telco competition to benefit consumers: Sims

20 July, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

ACCC Chairman Rod Sims has welcomed the introduction of new competition into the fixed and mobile sectors, stating that the developments can only benefit consumers.


Data#3 helps Sunshine Coast University Hospital go mobile

16 May, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

More than 4200 specialist digital health devices will help Sunshine Coast University Hospital staff be more mobile.


Victoria commits $45m to lifting regional connectivity

03 May, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Victoria will spend $45m on regional broadband and mobile connectivity and $84.3m on improving ICT in the state's schools.


Qld police receive QLite capability

21 April, 2017

A new QLite capability has been rolled out for Queensland police officers, meaning they will not need to spend as much time behind their desks.


Victoria Police awards Motorola a $50m mobility deal

13 April, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A consortium consisting of Motorola Solutions Australia, Optus and CompNow will supply over 10,000 iPhones and iPads, as well as managed mobility services, to Victoria Police.


2G switch-off drives innovation

20 February, 2017 by Michael Doherty, General Manager, CellOPark | Supplied by: CellOPark

The demise of the 2G phone networks provides an opportunity for local governments to bring parking into the 21st century.


Electric cars power up with more funding

20 January, 2017 by Amy Steed

Guidance on public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (EV) has been released in New Zealand, as increased funding enables more of these vehicles to take to the roads.


SA equipping police with tablet technology

18 January, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

South Australian police vehicles will be equipped with tablet technology that will allow officers to fill out and submit paperwork without having to return to the station.


Statistics New Zealand transforms workplace

12 January, 2017 by Jonathan Nally

Statistics New Zealand, which formerly relied upon a fixed set of annual surveys, is now placing more emphasis on near real-time data from more frequent surveys with shorter lead times.


Wi-Fi for Tilt Trains and cruise ships

31 October, 2016 by Amy Steed

Improved Wi-Fi access has been implemented for tourists and locals in both Queensland and Tasmania.


Service NSW app updates mobile features

26 October, 2016

The updated Service NSW app now enables customers to complete vehicle transactions on their mobiles.


Queensland Police rolls out mobility program

17 October, 2016

Queensland police officers will be able to respond faster to non-critical calls for service following the rollout of a mobile capability pilot program.


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