By: Fabian Cotter, Photography by: courtesy DTI

PERTH HQ-BASED passenger information specialist and transport industry tech provider DTI Group has appointed Brett Baxendale as its new general manager of sales, the company announced recently.

“It was immediately clear that Brett was the right fit,” said Matthew Strack, DTI chief communications officer of Baxendale's (above) new GM sales role.

As a bus-industry specialist and experienced business leader in this key stakeholder role, Baxendale will head up the Australian arm of the company in a newly created position to service the transportation industry, DTI confirms.

As a well-known identity in the Australian public transport supplier network - having experience across many disciplines - he has worked in many high-profile client-facing roles that include complete vehicle and safety solutions, DTI explains.

"It was immediately clear that Brett was the right fit," said Matthew Strack, DTI chief communications officer.

"We've been aware of his work in recent times, with delivery of both complex and regulated products we know he will lead us into a new era," he added.

Baxendale being based on the east coast of Australia and working closely with its local aftersales and operational staff, the expansion of DTI’s business capability is supporting its existing and future business in public transportation as it heads towards connected journeys with passenger information systems and enhanced AI solutions for fleet operators, it says.

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DTI develops and provides world-leading surveillance, video analytics, and passenger information systems technology and services to the mobile transit industry worldwide, it states.

DTI’s customers include transit agencies (DTI supplies and installs its advanced CCTV recording system to Volgren for Western Australia’s Perth PTA buses), vehicle operators, vehicle manufacturers and law enforcement agencies, it explains. Its range of professional products and services encompass on-board recording equipment, passenger information equipment, fleet management systems, local produced and sourced to ISO 9001 QMS and TS22163:2017 for rail applications, it says.

Cloud solutions include back-end mass storage and retrieval facilities and end-to-end managed services, DTI confirms.

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