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Dangerous, high-risk repeat drink drivers in the Australian state of Queensland will be forced to have approx $2000 self-funded interlock devices attached to their cars by the end of the year, with those blowing low or no alcohol content able to drive, and those with high alcohol readers interlocked out!

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 09:38

Flying Doctor selects Quintiq

The Queensland section of the Royal Flying Doctor Service has selected Dutch company, Quintiq, to supply it with a multi-resource planning solution which the RFDS says will unify its planning processes to allow it to optimally utilise prime resources and reduce administrative expenses associated with planning. 

Published in Deals
The Federal Government is paying NICTA more than $A1 million to develop an advanced video surveillance system for the Port of Brisbane.

Published in Security



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