With a history of telematics industry firsts, and collaborations with some of the automotive industry's leading automotive manufacturers, Intelematics continues to maintain its position at the forefront of the global telematics industry …

2014 – Launch of a suite of apps within Ford SYNC AppLink

2014 – Launch of Connected Vehicle programs with RACV and RAC WA

2013 – Trials of Connected Vehicle programs begin with RACV

2012 – SUNA Traffic Channel launched in New Zealand

2012 – SUNA licensed users surpass one million as traffic service celebrates five years of operation

2010 – Launch of first vehicle importer in the Australian automotive industry to offer its customers SUNA Traffic Channel as a standard feature on certain models

2009 – Google launches a traffic service for Google Maps and Google Earth using SUNA Traffic Channel XML data feed. Australia is only the fourth country to launch traffic for Google

2009 – SUNA becomes standard on Navman product range – the first brand to do so in Australia

2008 – Launch of first Automotive Manufacturer in-vehicle factory fit navigation with SUNA on Ford Falcon G-Series

2007 – Sale of first navigation device with SUNA GPS Traffic Updates

2007 – Launch of Australia's first real-time traffic RDS-TMC information service

2006 – First company to launch a passenger vehicle manufacturer fleet management telematics program in Australia

2005 – Recognised as operating 2 of the Top 10 leading OEM telematics programs globally as rated by ABI Research

2005 – Launch of Mitsubishi Diamond TRAC

2005 – First company to broadcast TMC traffic service in Australia

2005 – Awarded SAE-A 'Gold Award for excellence in Automotive Engineering'

2005 – Awarded Australian Design Mark for 'CarCom Flex HMI'

2004 – Launch of Toyota Link

2004 – Finalist in 'Telematics Update Detroit Excellence Award' 2004

2003 – Launch of locally developed 'Telematics Services Hub', Web enabled telematics service platform

2001 – Launch of Holden Assist

1999 – Launch of CarCom service through RACV and NRMA