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Opus Inspection, Inc. (Opus) has been awarded a new Vehicle Emission Inspection Program contract with the Bear River Health Department of Cache County in the State of Utah. The 4-year contract term begins October 1, 2020 with an option to extend for four (4) additional years.
The County-wide program has 49 emissions testing stations, which will be equipped with an innovative hand-held tablet inspection system, known as DriveClean®, developed by Opus IVS. The DriveClean tablet performs automated OBD tests with software that manages the inspection process, avoids fraud, and communicates results to Opus’ central data management system.
Under the new contract, Opus will provide high-tech, ruggedized, hand-held DriveClean tablets containing integrated OBD scanners with patented fraud detection, real-time database hosting, management and reporting, inspector training, a program website, program communications and patent pending OBD safety capability.
“After reviewing three competitive proposals, we selected Opus as the most innovative solution, offering the best value to the Department”, said Joshua Greer, LEHS, Bear River Health Department. “The new technology that Opus has proposed will improve the customer experience and be more efficient for the inspection stations. We look forward to working with Opus as we implement the new Vehicle Emission Inspection Program.”
“We are very pleased that the Department has selected Opus as the contractor for their I/M Program,” said Andy McIntosh, President of Opus Inspection. “This new program continues our decades- long commitment to the counties in Utah. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with the Bear River Health Department.”
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