Fourteen years ago the Autolync Group launched Australia’s first pilot for an Electronic Work Diary (EWD) with a quarry fleet based in Queensland.
“Q” by Quallogi is the next generation of transport safety, made for owner drivers, labour hire, sub-contractors, and company fleets providing all the essentials you need for managing fatigue, licensing, certificates, speed, GPS location, pre-starts, fault reporting and more.
At its core, Q by Quallogi is more than just an approved EWD; it’s a transport assistant in your pocket, capable of replacing any operator’s existing written work diary, paper prestarts, DMR books, and much more.
Using Q will save time, costs, and reduce manual compliance and administration. Safety is improved through rest reminders and breach notifications for both driver and operations staff, and can be downloaded free for a limited time after the Brisbane Truck Show launch.
Kynection CEO Courtney Smith states, “We built Q to be Australia’s most simple and cost effective approved EWD to make the decision to move away from a written work diary easy. Q version one has been built ‘ground up’ as a “mobile first” CoR solution, with NHVAS built in, but we have a lot more in store for the market. We know the industry has been asking for an interoperable platform for managing supply chain safety, particularly fatigue and maintenance, and we thank NHVR for our recent approval and for leading the way to a new digital transport industry.”
If you haven’t been convinced already about the advantages of switching to a paperless approved EWD, head to the Quallogi website now to see what an intelligent transport assistant with an approved EWD looks like.
Autolync (trading as Kynection) was established as a boutique consulting and IT company in 2002. Focused initially on Transport, the group now has thousands of devices and users taking advantage of our wide range of technologies, deployed across a diverse range of clients and industries nationally.
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