We are pleased to announce that we have recently become a member of the Confederation of Organisations in Road Transport Enforcement (CORTE).
“CORTE was established in 1997 as an informal group of experts named the “EU Enforcers Group”. Since then, it has evolved to become a leading international (non-profit) organisation, which brings together national authorities, transport associations and transport companies to foster cooperation, support regulatory evolution & harmonisation of rules, conduct research, and promote smart enforcement.”
By joining CORTE, we hope to contribute to the future of road transport enforcement practices and to collaborate with other industry experts and agencies to see a safer and more efficient transport network. In sharing knowledge and experience we can further our understanding of the legislative impact and continue developing innovative solutions that meet the needs of the industry.
We also have the opportunity to contribute to policy discussions that shape road transport legislation as well as to stay informed about industry trends, ensuring that our products and solutions align with the legislation and the advancement of technology in transport.
As a member, we are invited to attend CORTE's Enforcement Working Group meetings. In its most recent meeting (mid-June), we covered topics including cabotage enforcement, roadside inspections, transport operations, driving and resting times, power supply interruptions, and the upcoming release of Smart Tachograph Version 2 (Smart2). Having heard from a range of experts and specialists working within each of these areas and given the questions and feedback that followed, provided us with a well-rounded view of just how helpful this context will be for us.
We are excited to contribute to the advancement of enforcement practices, collaborating with other industry leaders, transport associations and companies to play our part in shaping the future of the road transport industry.