Transport Certification Australia (TCA) has released its Annual Report for 2017-18.
The Report marks the culmination of a highly productive and influential year for TCA, detailing work on a range of technology and policy innovations for the surface transport industry.
The Report is also the final one distributed under the stewardship of Chief Executive Officer, Chris Koniditsiotis, who has announced his retirement from TCA.
Mr Koniditsiotis said he was thrilled at what the organisation achieved during 2017-18.
“During the year we’ve seen a major increase in the number of producers, providers and consumers utilising the National Telematics Framework, which indicates that our stakeholders are now embracing the power of this government-endorsed, digital business platform,” Mr Koniditsiotis said.
“It’s testament to the tireless work that has gone into making TCA invaluable to Australia’s transport infrastructure system.”
“It’s satisfying to see our work making a critical difference to regulators, providers, operators and consumers.”
“I’m excited by the new initiatives already in the pipeline for 2019 and I look forward to reading about them myself.”
Mr Koniditsiotis confirmed that a range of improvements to the Intelligent Access Program are now being deployed, which will see new applications with lower levels of assurance being offered through the National Telematics Framework.
These new application are in addition to the new Intelligent Mass application, which is currently in the midst of a stakeholder consultation process.
TCA’s 2017-18 Annual Report is available here.