Vehicle management + security companies partner on IAP

By: Jason Whittaker


Minorplanet Asia-Pacific and ADT Security are working together towards becoming a certified Intelligence Access Program (IAP) service provider. Minorplanet is a

Minorplanet Asia-Pacific and ADT Security are working together towards becoming a certified Intelligence Access Program (IAP) service provider.

Minorplanet is a supplier of vehicle management information systems while ADT markets electronic security solutions to a global market.

By combining the services of both companies, Chief Executive of Minorplante Asia-Pacific Martin Ryan expects to be able to develop an in-vehicle unit capable of meeting stringent regulatory and business requirements.

Minorplanet has already applied for, and is working towards, certification from Transport Certification Australia (TCA), which sets a number of requirements potential service providers must meet before being accredited.

"Our single IVU (in-vehicle unit) will meet both regulatory and business management requirements plus, due to the industry leadership of our solution partner, we can ensure all data remains secure," Ryan says.

According to ADT Security’s national product manager, Stevan Ristic, the partnership of both companies means if accredited, they will be able to provide an invaluable service to trucking operators keen to say ahead of the competition.

Heavy vehicle operators must register with an IAP service provider if they wish to gain access to higher mass limits (HML) routes. SigTec was the first service provider named by TCA.

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