Auckland has been given a first look at the new Auckland Vehicle Tracking Service, which is aimed at providing users with real-time vehicle data on their mobile phones.
The service was unveiled today at the Auckland Council’s annual meeting.
The Auckland Council will use the service to update its vehicle database, which includes more than 7,000 vehicles.
The Auckland Council said the service was a game-changer for Auckland residents.
It’s really exciting for us to be able to connect people with real data, and it allows them to get to know us better, said Auckland Council transport manager, Rob Kowalski.
“Aucklanders are getting a more accurate picture of their car, they’re getting a lot more real-world data, that’s really good for them,” he said.
The council will also use the vehicle tracking to help users plan their journeys, like where they’re going and what route they’re taking.
Users can use the Auckland Vehicle Tracker to keep tabs on their car’s location and its status.
They can also report problems with their vehicle, or find out if it’s stolen.
Kowalskis boss said he was excited about the Auckland City Councils ability to offer real-estate services to residents.
“We want to be there to help people get the right place, the right services for them to be safe, to be successful in the housing market,” he told reporters.