Satellic announces today that Bart De Sitter, currently Chief Technology Officer of Satellic, will take a new transverse leading role as Enterprise Architect within the company as of 1 April 2021. Oliver Sachs, will take over as Chief Technology Officer effective 1 April 2021.
Satellic announces today that Thomas Pferr will step down as Chief Technology Officer ad interim effective December 31st, 2017. The Board of Satellic appoints Bart De Sitter as CTO ex officio as of January 1st, 2018. Thomas Pferr remains Chief Executive Officer of Satellic.
Satellic announces the introduction of a new periodicity scheme for the customer billing as of January 1st, 2018. By doing this, Satellic wants to address the concerns expressed by its customers and aims at easing their administrative load regarding the accounting of the kilometre charging.
100 days after taking over as CEO of Satellic, Thomas Pferr announces closing the year 2016 on a rather positive result as 740,000 Satellic OBUs are now equipping trucks of over 3.5 tons using the Belgian road network.
Satellic, who collects toll on behalf of Viapass for the regions, was sued before the Court of First Appeal in Brussels by 97 companies backed by UPTR. Their demand to postpone the billing until a court-appointed expert confirms the well-functioning of the system was rejected by the judge.
While more than 300.000 vehicles have already been registered in the Satellic system, Satellic is ramping up efforts to enable every company to ensure timely compliance with the kilometre charging, which will enter into force on 1 April.
In order to motivate truck owners to get their On Board Units (OBUs) on-time for the Belgian Kilometre Charging System, Satellic – collecting toll on behalf of the regions in Belgium and currently only operator – organised a raffle in aid of SOS Children’s Villages with two jackpots of 20,000 lit