CEOS was incorporated in 1994 by 3 PhD graduates from the Photonics Research Laboratory at Melbourne University.  CEOS Industrial (CEOSI) was established to represent the intelligent transport systems (ITS) operation of the group.  CEOSI has operated in the ITS market for over 16 years through the research, development, manufacture and sale of TIRTL, HARE, TIRTLnet and associated products.

CEOSI is continuing to grow through the sale of TIRTL and associated products and the provision of support services to a broad range of domestic and international clients.  CEOSI has worked with traffic authorities, justice departments, tolling agencies and other clients in Australia and has distribution agreements for the sale of TIRTL in Asia, the UAE, North America, South America and Europe.

CEOS has accreditation to ISO/IEC17025:2005 and has extensive processes and manuals for work health and safety (WH&S), quality systems, operations, environment and related company policies.  CEOSI delivers the following support services:

  • Automated site monitoring and daily review to maximise site performance and uptime;
  • Daily operations, strategic activities and client interaction; and
  • Regular reporting and traffic statistics to optimise system performance.

Major Clients


  • RMS of NSW:  heavy vehicle compliance / enforcement, speed camera compliance / enforcement and testing, freeway management sensor, toll system audit, vehicle data collection, over-length vehicle detection, heavy vehicle parking bay availability and a wide range of other ITS applications,
  • Victorian Department of Justice:  speed camera compliance / enforcement and testing,
  • Interlink NSW (M5 SW Motorway toll road):  toll system audit,
  • Brisbane City Council (Go-Between Bridge and Legacy Way toll roads):  toll system audit and over-height vehicle detection,
  • Queensland Motorways (Gateway Bridge toll road):  sensor test instrument
  • Queensland Police Service:  speed camera compliance and testing,
  • Queensland Transport & Main Roads / Translink:  bus-lane monitoring,
  • South Australia DPTI:  freeway management, heavy vehicle compliance, vehicle data collection,
  • Western Australia Police: speed camera compliance and testing,
  • Western Australia Main Roads:  vehicle data collection,
  • Tasmania DIER and Derwent City Council:  vehicle data collection,
  • Victoria VicRoads:  vehicle data collection,
  • Northern Territory DPI, SGS, Vipac, Bureau Veritas, Enex: speed camera compliance and testing.


  • India (L&T, MMRDA, MEP, IIT Chennai, SVNIT, CRRI):  toll system audit and vehicle data collection,
  • Abu Dhabi DoT:  over-height vehicle detection and vehicle data collection,
  • USA (Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Washington State, California, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina Minnesota, Michigan and others):  vehicle data collection,
  • Taiwan (FETC / YDT):  toll system revenue assurance,
  • The Netherlands (HIG Traffic, Rijkswaterstaat and others):  over-height detection and data collection,
  • Russia, Belgium and Luxembourg (Private and Public):  traffic data collection, over-height detection,
  • Norway SINTEF:  research, vehicle data collection,
  • Denmark (Atki and DoT):  research, vehicle data collection,
  • Sweden (Kapsch):  toll system integration,
  • Germany (Schweers, Jenoptik, Vitronic):  vehicle data collection, speed camera integration,
  • Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh:  vehicle data collection,
  • New Zealand (Opus, Transport Ministry, Canterbury University):  vehicle data collection,
  • Mexico:  toll system audit,
  • Canada, South Africa, Turkey, Singapore:  vehicle data collection.