VMS gains IAP certification

Vehicle Management Systems becomes the latest company to gain certification as an Intelligent Access Program provider

September 20, 2011

The company that took over the telematics operations of Minor Planet Asia Pacific has gained certification as an Intelligent Access Program (IAP) provider.

Vehicle Management Systems (VMS) has joined four other companies in being approved to market IAP, which is used in Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australia. Queensland and NSW trucking operators are forced to enrol in the scheme to access higher mass limits (HML).

VMS, which is majority-owned by Digicore Holdings, acquired Minor Planet’s telematics operations when it went into administration last year.

"VMS has been committed to achieving this certification and it gives me great pleasure to welcome them into the selective group of telematics providers certified to provide IAP services," Transport Certification Australia CEO Chris Koniditsiotis says.

VMS Managing Director Dean Verberne says IAP is an important part of the company’s business and that it looks forward to working with transport operators. IAP tracks a vehicle’s movements using GPS to ensure compliance with road access conditions.

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