Intelematics’ Management Team
The team behind Intelematics is driven by a strong passion to create innovative product and service solutions that bring benefits to the automotive industry, their motoring customers and the community at large.
In working with our customers, we take great pride in learning about the unique corporate vision, community charters and economic objectives to implement telematics programs and traffic services that assist in the achievement of these goals.
Adam Game has been CEO of Intelematics since January 2000, and is responsible for guiding the company in the transition from R&D to commercial deployment of its services and technology. Adam has been involved with the introduction of advanced infotainment services to Australian passenger vehicles since the early 1990s when, on behalf of Telstra Corporation, he kicked off the venture that would lead to the introduction of car navigation to the Australian market. That venture, now a business unit of Sensis, is now a profitable supplier of navigation databases to all major navigation platforms in the Australian market. The complex set of alliances, technology, customer expectations, and commercial issues that beset the introduction of navigation to the Australian market are now closely paralleled, half a decade later, with telematics. Originally qualified as an urban planner at Melbourne, with a Master's degree in urban economics from Cambridge (UK), Adam has worked in various consulting & senior management roles spanning strategic planning, new media, geographic information systems, and in-vehicle technologies.
With a broad background in product development, management and marketing, Brian has been directly involved in the development and operation of many of the leading products in the digital directory and mapping area in Australia over the last 20 years. Prior to joining Intelematics Brian was responsible for developing Whereis.com and Whereis in car navigation, as well as being instrumental in the development of White and Yellow Pages to electronic online directories. He also lead the team responsible for the first location based mobile phone applications launched in Australia including 'Find the Nearest" and "Get Map & Directions".
Darren McRostie – Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
With over 15 years' experience leading the development of IT products across a wide range of industries including health, agriculture, mining, defence and education, Darren has been the driving force behind the continuing development of the TSH architecture and continues to lead the technical innovation at Intelematics. Darren holds a Master's Degree in Applied Science and has lectured post-graduate subjects at RMIT University, focusing on Usability and Human-Computer Interaction.
Matt has extensive experience working in the "call for service" industry in project management and business development roles. Matt is responsible for Intelematics' business development and customer relationships, and has extensive experience with telematics programs for automotive OEMs. Before joining Intelematics, Matt was responsible for the delivery of large scale projects related to customer service solutions and Computer Aided Dispatch systems and operations. Matt is also responsible for Intelematics' representation at ASIAL and FAPM.
Stephen has recently re-joined Intelematics as Chief Operating Officer. This follows a 4 year tenure with National Australia Bank (NAB) where Stephen held a number of senior roles within Enterprise Projects & Change, the division accountable for the Bank’s significant change agenda. In these roles he was successful in the delivery of large, high-value Programs, played a key role in NAB NextGen transformation program, and developed and implemented a revised operating model and service proposition for the delivery capability across the organisation.
Stephen brings to Intelematics extensive experience in managing the development and commercialisation of emerging technologies and product integration projects. His skills, combined with his knowledge of Intelematics’ complex business requirements, will help guide the organisation towards its future goals.