TMA High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)
New telematics requirements for HPFVs and mobile cranes in VIC

What is a High Productivity Freight Vehicle (HPFV) in Victoria?

In Victoria, a High Productivity Freight Vehicle (HPFV) is a heavy vehicle combination that

  • Exceeds 26 metres in length, and/or
  • Has a GCM in excess of 68.5 tonne, or

*Quad-axle semi-trailers that exceed 46.5 tonnes are also HPFV's.

What are the new telematics requirements for HPFV's operating in Victoria?

Vehicles that operate under 68.5T GCM on the PBS Level 2B Network:

TMA (or alternatively IAP).

Vehicles that operate over 68.5T GCM:

TMA and Smart On-Board-Mass (OBM)

Quad-axle semi-trailers that exceed 46.5 tonnes GCM:

TMA and Smart On-Board-Mass (OBM).

What is the deadline for being equipped with these new telematics requirements?

VicRoads have stated a November 1st 2021 deadline for existing HPFV's to meet these new telematics conditions. However, new HPFV's need to meet these updated telematics conditions immediately.

What OBM Systems does V-DAQ integrate with?

V-DAQ integrates with all Smart OBM suppliers

Airtec Corporation
Loadman Australia
Tramanco
E-Max Australia
Right Weigh (undergoing Smart OBM Certification)

Why choose TMA over IAP?

Our TMA solution has the following benefits over existing IAP options

  • No no-compliance reports,
  • No driver declarations or in-cab screen,
  • Self installed TMA Tracking Device,
  • No installation costs,
  • No hardware costs,
  • No monthly charges,
  • One annual service fee, all inclusive.

View our pricing here

More Information:

Victoria’s High-Productivity Freight Vehicle Network Information Sheet

Introducing Smart OBM and Telematics Monitoring Platform in Victoria

PBS & HPFV Combination Maps

TCA Website

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