TMR inspectors get mobile compliance information

Making roadside compliance checks more efficent

The Department of Transport and Main Roads' (TMR) Customer Services Branch (CSB) in partnership with Telstra and its development partner, Gridstone, has launched a new mobile compliance information system.

The Queensland Compliance Information System (QCIS) gives TMR transport inspectors access to real-time registration and licensing information and relevant compliance databases through a single iPad interface.

'Transport Inspectors no longer need to work across multiple systems and fill out hard-copy forms which saves them time and effort and allows them to focus on keeping Queensland drivers safe.’

Geoff Magoffin, General Manager, CSB

Using the same platform as Queensland Police Service’s QLiTE system, the mobile application delivers significant efficiencies on the front line and in the back office.

'With QCIS now in place, transport inspectors can record details of an intercept and issue a range of accountable forms, such as infringement notices, to drivers electronically on-the-spot by email.'

Geoff Magoffin, General Manager, CSB

QCIS improves the accuracy of records and eliminates double-handling of intercept details, with information automatically recorded and uploaded during roadside checks. It revolutionises the way transport inspectors conduct their roadside compliance checks and empowers them in their critical road safety roles.