Show goers get the chance to be hands on with iFace and NextGen solution.
Mobile solution provider Transtech will be showing off its iFace in-vehicle tablet at the Brisbane Truck Show in May.
The seven-inch touchscreen device can run a range of applications for drivers and fleet managers through its NextGen portal. The iFace in-cab display lays out information to drivers, while staff in the office are provided with both fleet data and individual driver analytics.
Based on a subscription model, the NextGen service allows operators to pick and choose applicable applications such as fatigue management, mass, speed and vehicle management, engine management, on-board real-time load monitoring, vehicle routing and scheduling and tracking.
The iFace tablet and a walkthrough of the NextGen service and its backend will be available to all show goers according to Transtech’s marketing coordinator Billy Georgopoulos.
“The iFace will be displayed front and centre at Transtech’s stand allowing everyone to come along and see exactly how the in-vehicle device can benefit both drivers and the back-office,” Georgopoulos says.