Water Authorities are continually looking for ways to improve and streamline their operations. To stay ahead of the competition companies are constantly looking for new ways to reduce overheads, increase customer service levels and achieve regulatory compliance.
Advanced vehicle tracking
Water authorities can expect:
- 10 percent decrease in fuel consumption
- a reduction in CO2 emissions
- improved call-out response times
Visibility and control
DigiCore Australia provides water authorities with added insight into their fleet operation, helping them to achieve measurable business and operational benefits. The real-time and historical data enables them to effectively manage mobile assets resulting in lower overheads, enhanced performance and related environmental impact.
In one case study, Thames Water was able to cut fuel usage by almost 10 per cent. [equating to 161,000 litres of diesel fuel] In addition, considerable environmental benefits have also been realised as a result of these fleet savings, with reductions in CO2 emissions of approximately 429 tonnes.
When used to support the scheduling of planned and reactive work, usage of an IVMS will enable a company to better serve its customers, whilst enhancing the productivity of its fleet operation. The Ctrack system provides the opportunity to reduce journey times and react quicker to customer needs, by sending the nearest driver to any location.
Health & safety
Using Ctrack as an integral part of its health and safety procedures, water authorities will able to better safeguard employees in the field by minimising potential risks to their safety and reducing the impact should an incident occur.