Quality service and committed employees. How do we do it?
BlackBox Control was established in 2002 with the mission of empowering our customers to have complete control over their assets. We provide customisable solutions that allow management and control of both mobile and fixed assets. With extensive onboard asset integration, options for both cellular and satellite coverage and precise business intelligence reporting, BlackBox is one of the most innovative vehicle tracking systems Australia has to offer. Above all, we are an Australian owned and operated business who believe in delivering exceptional service to build strong and enduring relationships with our customers, ensuring that you get more than just a GPS vehicle tracker. To us, your asset is more than just a dot on the map.
At BlackBox we strive to provide our customers with the information and data you need to optimise your business operations. To do so, BlackBox has implemented systems and partnerships to further diversify the range of products available to our customers. Our commitment to the Intelligence Access Program (IAP), developed by the Transport Certification Australia (TCA) has vastly improved the service that BlackBox provides as one of only five providers of IAP certified telematics Australia-wide. BlackBox is also actively implementing an Integrated Management System (IMS) that aligns with ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, OHAS 18001 and OHS 4801.
BlackBox is proud to be certified within an elite group of IAP service providers in conjunction with TCA. The IAP allows heavy vehicle transporters improved road access throughout Australia in compliance with specific access conditions plus they get our exceptional vehicle telematics solutions too.
The 8002C IAP model is a BlackBox Control hallmark as one of the few providers of TCA Certified telematics in Australia. The Intelligent Access Program is a national program developed in partnership with all Australian road agencies. The 8002C uses cellular tracking technology to remotely monitor where, when, and how higher mass and oversize vehicles and buses are being operated on the road network. These devices can be configured to monitor specific data such as temperatures, pressures as data from several inputs including lights, switches, temperature probes and driver ID.
Under the Heavy Vehicle National Law, IAP can be imposed as a condition of a permit or notice by a road jurisdiction manager as IAP applications do differ between states and territories. Where required by law, transport services must use IAP and TCA approved units before travelling on roads with road restrictions based on vehicle size and weight. Some IAP applications permit your vehicle to carry higher mass on approved roads saving your business time, resources and money.