Broadening the offer
A unique feature of Truvelo’s offer is the ability to undertake civil engineering tasks of all types relating to systems instalment and traffic safety-calming.
Unlike many of its competitors, which sub-contract civils work, Truvelo retains the capability in-house. This results in a far greater level of flexibility in terms of design effort where a safety scheme is concerned — the company can cooperate directly with clients to design more cohesive solutions. As a natural progression of installation work for cameras and SIDs, Truvelo staff — fully qualified to work in a roadside environment and implement traffic management — can also apply road markings for lanes and parking, lift and drop kerbs, install sleeping policemen and so on.
In the near future, this cooperative work will be evolved into a fuller consultancy facility, with Truvelo providing advice and a design lead. A further extension will the provision of enforcement as a service. On-site camera technology can be linked to Truvelo-managed back office systems.
On public roads, those who are unsafe run the risk of licence endorsements or revocation. This option is not open to private companies, however they can choose to exclude from their facilities individuals and companies which commit serious and/or persistent offences. Often, the latter is done on a points basis, and Truvelo can offer the data-management capabilities to facilitate this.
Not all of this is punitive, however; managed services can be used to improve the customer service of even the smallest companies. This includes access control — recognising when a client is arriving and controlling barriers, allocating parking, alerting company employees to their visitors’ arrivals and so on.
These digitised services are Cloud-based and entirely secure. And, although the emphasis is on improving safety and — ultimately — saving lives and preventing injury, the net effect is an uplift in customer service.