By using the latest satellite and other communications methods, WOMBATT's skilled, locally recruited monitors can see all of the drivers all of the time, wherever they happen to be on the surface of the planet, Communicating in real time with drivers and fleet operations staff in their local language via two way communications satellites, WOMBATT monitors help keep drivers and those around them safe and alive, regardless of whether they are on a switchback road high in the Andes, out in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, on a risky bush road in the Congo, or a remote pass through the Tien Shan mountains on the road to China. WOMBATT can handle them all with a Spanish/English language fatigue monitoring centre in Lima, Peru, an English/Afrikaans monitoring centre in South Africa, and a Russian/Kazakh monitoring centre in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
As fatigue results in behavioural as well as physiological problems, WOMBATT conducts continuous, on site change management training, driver and supervisor training, and family training in the local communities in the local language.
Safe driving in the most remote and dangerous parts of the world requires real time monitoring by human beings, intervening immediately when things go wrong. Lives are saved by using the most advanced low cost satellite communications technologies that the Space industry and others can provide, combined with the best possible training at every level, delivered by fatigue, diet and sleep professionals specifically for locals.