Say Goodbye to Work Diary Chaos.

Harvy.au uses AI-driven automation to streamline heavy vehicle compliance, saving time and operational costs.
Harvy.au uses AI-driven automation to streamline heavy vehicle compliance, saving time and operational costs.

About the product

Main idea

AI in Harvy.au primarily automates the data entry process by scanning and analyzing work diary sheets for compliance. It flags breaches, errors, or missing data, thereby reducing human error and ensuring strict adherence to NHVR regulations.

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Users bulk scan their daily NHVR work diary sheets, which are then emailed to Harvy.au. Harvy's AI scans each sheet, analyzes the data against NHVR rulesets and custom AFM rules, and flags any breaches or errors for action.

Users can choose how hands-on they want to be, either reviewing every sheet or acting only on flagged items. Harvy's platform provides real-time compliance reporting and actionable insights for proactive fatigue management.

Key features

  • Automated Data Entry: Automatically scans and processes yellow work diary sheets to minimize human input.
  • Breach Reporting: Flags potential breaches, errors, or missing data quickly and effectively.
  • Real-Time Compliance Reporting: Provides compliance snapshots of drivers, breaches, and hours for effective oversight.
  • Historical Data Access: Offers online access to work diary sheets for up to three years.
  • Actionable Insights: Delivers insights aimed at improving driver safety and proactive fatigue management.
  • User-Friendly Platform: Designed for ease of use to facilitate quick learning and adoption by staff.
  • Cost and Time Savings: Significantly reduces operational costs and time, allowing reinvestment into the business.




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Candidates will be asked to give examples of how they handled situations in a real case.

Scenario environment

You are a Project Manager at Experlogix, a global software company specializing in Configure Price Quote (CPQ) solutions. You are currently leading a team of solution consultants, architects, team leads, and support team members. The company has recently acquired a new client in the life sciences industry who wants to implement the CPQ software for their complex configurable products and services. The project will involve both a waterfall-based discovery and solution design phase, followed by Agile-based modelling sprints. The client has high expectations for a seamless implementation and expects the project to be delivered within a specific timeframe and budget.

Role specificity

As the Project Manager, you are responsible for leading the project team and ensuring the successful delivery of the CPQ implementation. You have the authority to make decisions regarding project planning, resource allocation, and stakeholder management. You will work closely with solution consultants, architects, team leads, and support team members to define and develop appropriate solutions while managing expectations to deliver an incredible customer experience.",


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01. Technical Skills:

  • Software development methodologies (e.g., Agile, Scrum, Waterfall)
  • Programming languages, databases, and other relevant technologies
  • Software testing and quality assurance
  • Software architecture and system design

02. Strengths:

  • Lead and communicate: clearly define goals, motivate teams, and resolve issues.
  • Plan and organize: keep projects on track, manage resources, and meet deadlines.
  • Solve and adapt: troubleshoot problems, manage risks, and adjust to change.

03. Weaknesses:

  • Limited technical depth: difficulty with complex technical issues or developer communication.
  • Micromanaging tendencies: stifles creativity and reduces morale.
  • Scope creep and conflict: challenges managing changing priorities and resolving disagreements.