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New Driver App experience

We are super excited to announce a range of new features available now with your FREE upgrade to the new Netcorp Driver App! We now have a complete integration into the Heavy Vehicle Map routing capability of “Here Maps”. This includes device specific NHVR vehicle configurations, vehicle heights, dangerous goods transport and road mass limits. We also monitor and

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New Concrete Driver Experience

Integration directly into your concrete mixer control system is a huge advantage and unique feature to Netcorp’s onboard telematics. This ensures instant and accurate triggering of your pour / mix status in your job management system. We are currently approved and authorised to integrate into Command Alkon, Jonel and a variety of other Job Dispatch

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Netcorp Indroduces ‘SLUMPY’ the Concrete Truck

SLUMPY received the complete Heavy Vehicle Telematics suite, including our AI, Fatigue Management and Concrete Industry specific options for the delivery and monitoring of ready mix concrete. Our team of installers also installed our MDVR solution which includes four cameras for 360 degree viewing via high definition cameras, and all of the onboard systems connected LIVE in real time

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New Client Alert: Netcorp welcomes Liverpool City Council

We are proud to formally announce our successful tender to cater to the requirements for our local community council’s telematics needs.    This comes off the back of Netcorp being awarded “BUSINESS OF THE YEAR 2023” at the Local Business Awards, recently held at the Holiday Inn in Warwick Farm. We couldn’t be happier to service our local

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AdBri ‘Take 5’ Project

When it comes to heavy vehicle safety and the interaction of trucks with onsite activity there is nothing more important than the safety of drivers and the people around you. The “Take 5” initiative has been gathering momentum in the industry and is a way to encourage drivers and workers, that work in hazardous areas,

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Understanding the ‘Chain of Responsibility’

The Chain of Responsibility (CoR) is a legal framework that holds various parties accountable for ensuring safety in road transport operations.    It recognises that responsibility for compliance with safety regulations and practices extends beyond just the driver. Instead, it involves all parties in the supply chain, including: The CoR principles acknowledge that any actions or

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