Custom IVMS solutions for your industry sector is our specialty
Mining and Resources
Having served leading players in the mining industry, Digicore has acquired a large knowledge base concerning issues commonly faced by customers with demanding applications. Our solutions can address your asset management and productivity issues in your mobile fleet and also at operating sites.
Digicore specialises in GPS fleet monitoring to enhance asset and driver safety in a cost effective manner. Our customers value the following solutions to their asset and fleet management issues
Digicore’s GPS fleet and In-vehicle monitoring systems (IVMS) provide complete visibility to all assets to help you maintain a high level of public service. Local governments face compliance and productivity issues as well as seeking to keep staff and drivers safe when on site or travelling. Our GPS tracking and asset monitoring solutions help to meet and surpass safety standards and improve utilisation of assets.
Water authorities have particular requirements when it comes to job dispatch and acknowledgement, as well as vehicle tracking and duress alerting. Digicore’s IVMS solution can greatly increase both efficiency and effectiveness of your fleet in both maintenance and compliance departments.
Who is Digicore?
Our Melbourne head office oversees a dedicated and qualified team of installers, strategically placed to cover all major states and territories. The incorporation of mine maps into our reporting system has made us the preferred choice within large mining operations across Australia. Proudly boasting our strong background in information technology and data storage, Digicore is able to offer you a number of unique services that support core fleet monitoring and driver safety solutions.
This support base allows us to interface with your system and perform forensic analysis of vehicle accidents and incidents where needed. We can also provide storage of your data with maximum integrity and availability, enabling us to produce custom reports upon request. As authorised distributors of Digicore’s range of fleet monitoring solutions, we have ready access to hardware and software design engineers, allowing us to implement site-specific customisations at short notice.
Our mission is to maintain our position as Australia’s premier provider of GPS-based fleet tracking and monitoring systems. We specialise in serving the mining, transport and local government sectors with an exclusive level of service and support. Our aim is to provide each of our clients with an optimised, easy to deploy and fully scalable GPS fleet tracking and reporting solution.
Digicore provides a powerful and fully-featured IVMS solution to meet fleet and asset tracking demands for Australian industry, specialising in the mining, transport and local government sectors. Using Digicore’s C-Track In Vehicle Monitoring System (IVMS), your vehicles will be 100% secure and visible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Over 400,000 units are installed in 30 countries worldwide and providing premium GPS fleet tracking capabilities. Our asset tracking and monitoring systems are supported by unrivalled data storage capabilities, giving you access to years of data for reports and analysis.
100 percent compliance
Others may also supply BHP, Santos, Rio Tinto, Ichthys, Origin and QGC but we are the only ones that are accepted by all six of them.
100 Percent Flexibility
Digicore has no lock in contract terms, this gives you the ability to suspend a unit for a month at a time and incur no charges during the suspension.
100 Percent user friendly
Our support team is always contactable, and very easy to deal with - even with complex compliance issues that require deep investigation we always keep you informed.
100 Percent Visible
Digicore's solution makes your vehicle always visible, with a varity of communication methods available for varying budgets and requirements.
Get in touch
Digicore is always more than willing to answer any queries you have regarding your IVMS requirements
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