DigiCore Australia is best known for supplying In Vehicle Monitoring Systems, better known to the mining and ancillary industries as IVMS. Additional to the supply of IVMS, DigiCore Australia has launched their Plug & Play vehicle monitoring system. Although the Plug & Play vehicle monitoring system does not replace IVMS, it is a great supplement[…]
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DigiCore Australia has an Opt In system outage notification system. To opt in please go to – http://outagelist.digicore-australia.com.au
The snapshot (or accident) buffers record high-resolution data for the time around an incident. There are 90 seconds of speed and position data before the incident triggered, as well as 30 seconds after the incident. Additionally, G-forces on all 3 axis as measured by the accelerometer can be viewed for 10 seconds before and 10[…]
In Online your right click on the map –> select Find Vehicle or Driver Select Vehicle –> select All –> Select Close to POI or Close to Address or any of the other options below Click on Search It will then list vehicles closest to the option you selected.
Please view our IVMS product selection matrix for further information about product compatibility to your application
It is the branch of information technology which deals with the long-distance transmission of computerized information. Basically another word for “IVMS”
At DigiCore Australia we make sure our IVMS customers don’t get surprises when we send them a bill: all subscription costs are quoted as a fixed rate and any excess usage cost adjustments will only be after proper consultation.
DigiCore Australia proudly utilises the Telstra Next G TM Network. As such the current coverage map for Australia can be found here