• A 21st century approach to access management

    The IAP is a program which provides heavy vehicles with access, or improved access, to the Australian road network in return for monitoring of compliance with specific access conditions.

    Further information:

    How the IAP Works

    Find an IAP Application

    Fact Sheet - THE IAP – WHAT IT IS

    Fact Sheet – THE IAP – HOW IT WORKS

    Fact Sheet – BENEFITS OF THE IAP

    Fact Sheet – BENEFIT AND COST OF THE IAP SERVICE

    Fact Sheet – THE IAP AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • Privacy management

    Transport operators own all data collected

    Transport operators with vehicles enrolled in the IAP own position, speed and self-declaration data collected through the IAP service.

    Fact Sheet - ACCESS TO IAP DATA FOR TRANSPORT OPERTORS

    Limitation on information sent to Regulators

    Although a vehicle operating in the IAP is monitored continually, government are only interested in data that demonstrates non-compliance with conditions of access.

    Fact Sheet – COMPLIANCE AND NON-COMPLIANCE IN THE IAP

    Privacy Management

    The conditions that apply to the collection, use and disclosure of information under the IAP are designed to provide the highest order protection of information privacy.

    Access to IAP Information - TCA Reminder of Telematics and Privacy Requirements Under Law

     

  • Flexibility

    The Entry Options initiative allows transport operators to present their existing In-Vehicle Units (IVUs) for assessment by TCA, for use in the IAP.

    TCA will assess IVUs already in use by transport operators against the nationally agreed IAP Functional and Technical Specification.

    IVU assessments are offered by TCA at no cost to transport operators.

    Further information: Entry Options for Transport Operators

    Fact Sheet – THE IAP AND TRANSPORT OPERATORS BACK-OFFICE SYSTEMS

  • Cost effectiveness

    Flexible IAP Pricing is available to transport operators that have an infrequent or occasional need to load to Higher Mass Limits (HML).

    Different pricing plans according to the level of HML use, to meet the different needs of transport operators.

    Further information:

    Fact Sheet – BENEFIT AND COST OF THE IAP SERVICE

  • The ability to co-exist with other systems

    The IAP can operate in combination with existing business systems used by transport operators.

    Transport Operators can negotiate with IAP Service Providers to have their data sent electronically to their back-office system.

    Fact Sheet – THE IAP AND TRANSPORT OPERATORS BACK-OFFICE SYSTEMS

  • Simplicity

    The IAP operates automatically, with the IAP service provided by an IAP Service Provider.

    Depending on the requirements of specific access arrangements, transport operators may be required to enter information about their vehicle combination and Gross Combination Mass (GCM).

    Fact Sheet – THE IAP – HOW IT WORKS

  • Future ready hardware

    In-Vehicle Units (IVUs) which have been type-approved for the IAP meet the needs of Australian Governments.

    Fact Sheet – BENEFITS OF THE IAP

  • National recognition

    In-Vehicle Units (IVUs) which have been type-approved are recognised by all Australian Governments for use in the IAP.

    Fact Sheet – BENEFITS OF THE IAP

  • Select from multiple IAP Service Providers

     

    Announced 5 June 2009

    Call (03) 8521 0899 or visit www.tcs.net.au

    Note: MTData has acquired Transport Compliance Services Pty Ltd (TCS). TCS will remain as the IAP Service Provider.

     

    Approved programs:

    The Intelligent Access Program (IAP)

    Intelligent Speed Compliance (ISC)

    Interim On-board Mass (OBM) systems linked to the IAP

     

     

    Announced 12 June 2010

    Call 1300 766 764 or visit www.blackboxcontrol.com.au

    Approved programs:

    The Intelligent Access Program (IAP)

    Intelligent Speed Compliance (ISC)

     

     

    Announced 29 November 2010

    Call 02 9804 1764 or visit www.pinpointcomms.com.au

    Approved programs:

    The Intelligent Access Program (IAP)

    Intelligent Speed Compliance (ISC)

     

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    Announced 19 September 2011

    Call 1300 304 005 or visit www.ctrack-anz.com

     

    Approved programs:

    The Intelligent Access Program (IAP)

    Intelligent Speed Compliance (ISC)

     

     

    Announced 8 February 2016

    Call 1300 IAP 123 (1300 427 123) or visit www.navmanwireless.com.au

    Navman Wireless Australia Pty Limited (ABN 50 123 981 457) is the Australian operating company of Teletrac Navman.

    Note:

    Navman Wireless Australia Pty Limited has been certified by TCA as an IAP Service Provider. Other companies that trade under the Telectrac Navman brand are not certified and cannot provide IAP services.

    Approved programs:

    The Intelligent Access Program (IAP)

    Intelligent Speed Compliance (ISC)

    Interim On-board Mass (OBM) systems linked to the IAP

     

    Fact Sheet – CERTIFICATION AND IAP SERVICE PROVIDERS

     

  • IAP Service Providers are certified by TCA

    TCA's certification and audit program ensures that transport operators and Australian Governments have confidence in the IAP service provided by IAP Service Providers.

    Telematics IVUs Type-Approved by TCA

    Fact Sheet – CERTIFICATION AND IAP SERVICE PROVIDERS

  • Robust and durable hardware to meet the needs of the heavy vehicle industry

    In-Vehicle Units (IVUs) type-approved for the IAP are designed to operate in a heavy vehicle environment.

  • Rapid response to malfunctions

    IAP Service Providers are required to respond in a timely fashion to rectify malfunctioning In-Vehicle Units (IVUs) used in the IAP.

  • Tamper detection and evidence

    In-Vehicle Units (IVUs) type-approved for the IAP have electronic and physical features to detect possible tampering.

    In-vehicle hardware approved for use in the IAP has electronic and physical features to detect possible tampering.