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Geotab Drive for Mack Trucks enables cloud-based ELD compliance

Mack Trucks announced that Geotab Drive for Mack Trucks leverages cloud computing via Geotab to deliver reliable Electronic Logging Data (ELD) and compliance services.

Volvo Trucks, Geotab partner to streamline ELD compliance

Volvo Trucks has partnered with Geotab to provide an integrated electronic logging device (ELD) solution for all Volvo-powered trucks model-year 2015 and newer.

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MiX Telematics survey finds one in eight trucking fleets are not ELD compliant

According to a recent study on ELD compliance and use by U.S. trucking fleets, one in eight trucking fleets are not ELD compliant.

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A look back at year one of the ELD mandate

When the Federal Motor Carrier and Safety Administration (FMCSA) published the ELD Final Rule in 2015, fleets and carriers had two years to prepare for the switch from paper logs to electronic logging devices (ELDs). Despite this timeline, many in the transportation industry weren’t fully prepared for the December 2017 deadline and experienced culture shock

From data’s role in decision-making to the machine learning of tomorrow: What it all means

Make no mistake: There is no technology that will allow your fleet to manage itself. Just as a driverless truck likely won’t be seen within our lifetimes, there won’t be a magical “manage my fleet” button to push so that you can sit back and monitor data dashboards. Technology might make fleet management more efficient,

Continental announces Apple OS compatibility for VDO RoadLog ELD

Continental has announced that its VDO RoadLog Office Solo Electronic Logging Device (ELD) software is now compatible with Apple computers and laptops. VDO RoadLog Solo customers can now perform USB key synchronization on modern Apple computers and laptops having macOS Sierra (version 10.12 or higher), Apple Computer’s Mac OS X operating system for Macintosh desktop, laptop,

VDO RoadLog ELDs are now fully compliant with Transport Canada regulations

Continental, manufacturer of VDO RoadLog ELD, has announced that the latest versions of the company’s VDO RoadLog ELD and RoadLog Office fleet management and reporting software are fully compliant with Transport Canada Regulations for HOS (Hours Of Service) tracking and reporting. The latest release of RoadLog ELD software provides all of the features required by

Cooltrax now integrated with CarrierWeb ELD telematics platform

Cold chain visibility and food safety solutions provider Cooltrax has announced an integration of its industrial IoT platform with CarrierWeb, a provider of ELD telematics and other fleet management solutions. Through this first phase integration, Cooltrax and CarrierWeb customers can now access product temperature data and driver logs using a single sign-in for easy visibility into

Software selection and the ELD hangover

Your head pounds. You can’t focus. The world swirls around you, and all you want is a heaping plate of comfort food. Symptoms of the ELD hangover—a technology implantation process that has plagued unprepared fleets that are still having issues due to poor ELD device training and misguided ELD selection. The industry has already seen

ZED Connect offers trade-in program for One20 ELD users

ZED Connect, a technology provider and subsidiary of Cummins Inc., has established an Electronic Logging Device (ELD) trade-in program for One20 ELD users who are looking for a replacement, following One20’s closure earlier this month. ZED Connect’s new Summer Switch Program offers existing One20 users lifetime access to the ZED-ELD hardware and ELD solution, including

Gorilla Safety launches program for fleets left behind by One20’s unexpected exit from the ELD business

Electronic Logging Device (ELD) providers Gorilla Safety introduced a special program targeted toward fleets left abandoned by ONE20, an ELD provider that recently announced that it would cease operations and exit the market, effective June 18, and that its devices will no longer work after that date. Gorilla Safety is offering those who subscribed to

ONE20 goes out of business, ONE20 apps, devices will no longer work

ELD provider ONE20 has suddenly announced that it is going out of business on June 18. In a note on its website, ONE20 says that its apps, such as ONE20 Maps, My ONE20 and ONE20 F-ELD, will no longer work, and no updates will be offered. This means that users of ONE20 ELDs will need