Public Utilities Department
Municipal module – Intelligent waste collection system
Imagine waste collection logistics controlled by the latest technology. Smooth, precise waste collection system with full container identification. Route monitoring supported by GPS and camera system that maximises travel safety.
You manage a fleet of municipal vehicles with full control. Your company saves the time and fuel costs and fleet travel time is in 100% efficient and ensuring road safety for local Community.
We believe that this is how waste disposal in the Smart City ecosystem should look like in Your city and in Your community.
Module tools – GPS, SELECT®360
RFID identification of containers is a smart, interlinking system that gives full control over a public-utility company’s fleet of vehicles. The system optimizes the logistics of your fleet thus generating savings, simplifying record-keeping, and reducing service times. Waste collection is carried out smoothly, 100% safely, and in accordance with the Act on Maintaining Cleanliness and Order in Communes.
Watch the video and see how utility telematics improves waste collection safety in 5 steps:
Step 1: GPS tracks the route of your fleet.
Step 2: 4 Select®360 cameras eliminate any blind spots.
Step 3: RFID recognizes each container.
Step 4: The container is weighed, and the system analyzes the composition of the waste.
Step 5: The dispatcher generates a report.
We have checked, tested, and calculated the benefits – it really works!
The effects of road accident is one of the most important challenges faced by the owners of transport companies. Even the most experienced driver is exposed to fatigue, poor weather conditions and reckless driving of other road users. Vehicle fleet management requires in-depth this risk assessment and investment in security.
Here, Globtrak and Select system, comes to help. The technology, meeting EU safety standards (in particular R46), has been designed to measure and mitigate risk factors for road collisions and road accidents, including, so-called ‘dead zones’.
See how the team of video telematics and GPS monitoring helps companies with insurance claims which are a result of road accidents.