"A lot of this knowledge and technology [developed in Australia] is being adapted by our peers around the world," he said. "We share a lot of learning, we don't necessarily share the platforms. So you might say - why don't you just plug and play Dom? Well you couldn't plug and play Dom. As much as he's amazing, we had to create our own."
Nevertheless, he said the Australian team had developed customer-facing digital technologies, such as the driver tracker, that are now in use in Belgium, France, New Zealand, The Netherlands and would be adopted soon in Japan and Germany.
Source: CIO Australia
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