The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland have adopted a mobile app from Motorola Solutions to help expedite vehicle compliance checks.
HCLTech will design and deploy a cutting-edge Concessions Entitlement Validation Platform for the Victorian Department of Transport and Planning.
Queensland Police is rolling out new fit-for-purpose marked District Duty Officer vehicles equipped with the latest technology and 'rumbler' sirens.
Queensland's Transport and Main Roads has commissioned an independent review into the Camera Detected Offence Program.
Kastoria Bus Lines, which services Melbourne's northwest, has implemented NEC Australia's solution to improve communication and real-time data.
iMOVE CRC is investing in a new app aimed at transforming public transport for commuters who are blind or vision impaired.
Public transportation network operator Transdev is employing a cloud-first approach to manage technological obsolescence.
Road safety tech company Acusensus is developing a screening tool to measure the attentiveness, reaction time, control and impairment level of drivers.
QLDTraffic is giving motorists access to 50 flood monitoring cameras, which show flooding events across 17 local council areas.
A new category of vehicle safety technologies will optimise road networks and improve driver safety.
Connected buildings vendor Honeywell has signed a contract worth over $180 million with Sydney Metro West to provide critical systems for the project.
Transport for NSW has signed an agreement with Profectus Group to help streamline compliance of complex supplier contracts.
The Auckland City Rail Link (CRL) project will incorporate an integrated control system and communications system from Honeywell.
Transport for NSW has published the results of a study exploring alternative methods of public transport ticketing better suited to people with a disability.
Government departments and businesses are under scrutiny more than ever with higher costs of living and inflation rising.