Gorilla Safety Archives - Fleet Equipment Magazine
Gorilla Safety launches fleet management technology for the oil and gas industry

Gorilla Safety, provider of a software solution that automates fleet and safety management, has announced the release of its new Oil and Gas Product, catering to specific needs of fleet operations engaged in that industry. This bundled functionality added to Gorilla Safety’s platform fills the gaps for fleets operating in oilfields, according to the company.

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

gorilla-safety-logo
Spireon launches FleetLocate Compliance ELD solution

Spireon Inc. announced a new FleetLocate Compliance solution designed to help fleets comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, which will take effect on Dec. 18. Powered by Gorilla Safety, FleetLocate offers flexible configuration options to accommodate mixed fleets of different vehicle types, such as trucks that need

Gorilla Safety offers AOBRD to help small fleets transition to ELD mandate

  Gorilla Safety has announced that it will offer its AOBRD for $10 per month, including hardware, to help small fleets and owner-operators transition to the upcoming ELD Mandate, which goes into effect on Dec. 18. AOBRD is the ELD’s predecessor in terms of technology, and the FMCSA does allow drivers to use an AOBRD

gorilla-safety-logo
Gorilla Safety, 3rd Eye announce ELD partnership

3rd Eye and Gorilla Safety have entered into an agreement to provide 3rd Eye an Electronic Logging Device (ELD) solution that integrates into 3rd Eye’s fleet management platform. The announcement of the co-developed ELD comes in advance of the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate, which takes effect on Dec. 18. “We recognize the importance of ELDs to

data-web-generic
Gorilla Safety to offer Spanish language on its ELD

Gorilla Safety announced that its fully automated Electronic Logging Device (ELD) is now available in Spanish. According to the company, this will aid bilingual drivers who are more comfortable with Spanish as they seek to comply with the new FMCSA ELD rule. “Gorilla Safety offers many ways for fleets, brokers, vendors and transportation companies to get

gorilla-safety-logo
Gorilla Safety introduces on-board diagnostic integration for ELD

Gorilla Safety has announced on-board diagnostic (OBDII) integration with its self-certified Electronic Logging Device (ELD), making Gorilla Safety’s device compatible with light- and medium-duty vehicles. OBD systems are in most cars and light trucks on the road today. Through the years, they have become more sophisticated. OBDII, a new standard introduced in the mid-1990s, provides almost

gorilla-safety-logo
Gorilla Safety mobile app now includes AOBRD integration

Gorilla Safety’s mobile app now includes AOBRD integration, which the company says will aid fleets as they transition to meet the impending Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), fleets are required to operate with an ELD beginning Dec. 18. However, if fleets are using an AOBRD as

gorilla-safety-logo
Gorilla Safety announces ELD solution

Gorilla Safety, a fleet and safety management software provider, has announced a white label, fully automated electronic logging device (ELD). Gorilla Safety’s certified ELD solution was developed to directly address and meet the rules set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s ELD mandate, which takes effect in December 2017. Gorilla Safety’s ELD affords users

Gorilla Safety enhances GPS technology in its app

Gorilla Safety has developed Gorilla Trax, a technology capable of tracking trucks and trailers, and has added this technology to its fleet-tracking mobile app. According to the company, the technology was developed in an effort to combat inherent limitations of location tracking capabilities in smartphones, which only track users’ locations. Gorilla Safety is also rolling out

Analyzing Data Fleet Truck
Newly formed Gorilla Safety introduces fleet safety solution

Gorilla Safety has announced the formation of its company and the launch of its new mobile application and web-based dashboard. Gorilla Safety was launched in January 2016 in the form of a mobile app, a cloud-based solution that fully integrates all the capabilities necessary for safely and efficiently managing short-haul and long-haul vehicle fleets of any size