CMS SupaTrak, Vision Techniques and Dennis Eagle joined together to share a stand, collectively named the OWL Innovation Zone, at the annual Plant and Waste Recycling Show (PAWRS) in Paignton, Devon. The three companies are part of the OWL (Optimised Waste Logistics) initiative and each demonstrated their latest technologies available to the market.
Some of the latest releases included CMS SupaTrak’s Crash Reconstruction System; bringing together real time telematics and camera data to mitigate claims and manage incidents and TachoLive; delivering real time drivers' hours and removing the need to manually download tachograph data. Dennis Eagle launched their eagerly awaited Dennis Connect system, which ensures all new Dennis Eagle vehicles are fitted with the CMS SupaTrak telematics system to enable improved customer service, first time fix and remote vehicle diagnosis.
The event allowed visitors to learn about and see the latest technologies in action, and gain insight into the industry’s most challenging topics. There were seminars from experts within the waste and recycling industry. Jason Airey, Managing Director at CMS SupaTrak spoke about the importance of “The Connected Fleet”. During his seminar he shared information on how “The Connected Fleet” brings together all the data collected from vehicles to one place and how this can result in more efficient operations, cost reductions, and better use of resources.