The following statement explains our policy regarding the personal information we collect about you or your business. This statement explains how we use the information we collect to provide the solutions you require and to improve our service. The provision of personal information is entirely voluntary.
The information we collect about you
We collect information from you when you register with us through the site and when you complete any of the request forms such as ‘Contact Us’ Enquiry Form. Providing your information on these forms means you will be added to our active marketing list unless you choose to opt-out at the bottom of the form.
By being on the active marketing list you may be contacted occasionally via the website or email for direct marketing purposes, for example, with special offers, incentives or news which we feel may be of relevance and interest to you. If you are an existing customer opting out of the website active marketing list does not affect the information you already receive though our normal customer service. The personal information we collect from these website forms will not be sold to another company and is only accessible by DA Systems.
You may opt out of the active marketing list at any time by calling our customer service team on 01628 850850 or email email@example.com
Whilst you are browsing the DA Systems website, a cookie is stored on your computer in order that we can identify your session. Your web browser destroys this cookie after 20 minutes of inactivity, or when you close the web browser application. At no stage is any personal information stored in a cookie, or any information that would allow us to identify you as an individual.
This website provides links to a number of external websites. DA Systems is not in anyway responsible for the privacy practices or content of such websites.
If you have any questions concerning the privacy of your information please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be contacted by the appropriate person.
NX Transport – Driver Mobile App
In order for the app to function as expected, it requires access to ‘GPS’, ‘Camera’ and ‘Read Phone State’ services on the device.
Whilst a driver is logged into the mobile app, we collect GPS positional data every 30-60 seconds and transmit this securely (over HTTPS) to our NX Fleet Tracking servers. The GPS data is used to display driver positions on a map in the control room and on the NX Insight customer tracking web portal. GPS data is also used within ACI for the ‘closest driver’ function. GPS data is retained for up to 12 months.
The barcode scanning function within the app suports both dedicated barcode scanning hardware and scanning via the camera (OCR). If your device does not have dedicated barcode scanning hardware then you will need to allow the app to access the camera in order to scan barcodes. Exceptions captured at a stop (such as ‘Damaged parcel – accepted’) can be configured to require a photo as evidence. If you do not allow the app to access the camera and you attempt to record an exception which has a mandatory photo requirement, then you will not be able to proceed.
Read Phone State
The application shows a ‘connection status’ which shows the user if they are connected to our servers. In order to do this, the app needs access to the phone state to understand if the device is in coverage or not. The app also allows to user to call a stop contact from within the app by tapping on their details. In order to establish the call the app needs access to the phone. The phone state is not retained or transmitted, it is used solely within the app. If the permission is not enabled then the app will not know if is connected and will assume not and will therefore not work as expected.