Mobile Awareness releases MobileTraq ELD solution

Mobile Awareness releases MobileTraq ELD solution

MobileTRAQ-ELD

Mobile Awareness announced the release of the MobileTraq electronic logging device (ELD). This new Hours of Service (HOS) solution comes out in advance of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)’s ELD mandate, and is fully compliant with the regulations. It is also fully integrated with Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR) and International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) tracking and reporting.

According to the company, the MobileTraq ELD consists of a mobile application that can be installed on an Android device and the web-based MobileTraq platform. The HOS data is continuously and automatically synchronized with the records stored on the server. If the driver loses or breaks a device, the server will automatically update a replacement device. In addition, fleets can benefit by bundling the ELD capabilities with asset tracking/navigation as a part of the fleet management options.

A MobileTraq ruggedized tablet that is constructed for harsh working environments is also available. Included with the MobileTraq ELD tablet is a cellular data plan for HOS, DVIR, IFTA and fleet management.

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