M2M DataSmart has an ELD solution that will guarantee your compliance to the MAP 21 mandate that takes effect on December 18, 2017. All ELD solutions must meet FMCSA’s § 395.20 regulations and be upgraded to stay compliant as the regulations change. For a driver the ELD must be easy to use and intuitive. At DataSmart ELD we strive for what we call “Walkup Usable.” What this means is that our software should be so intuitive that a driver who is familiar with paper logs should be able to use our ELD without any training.
ELDs Meet FMCSA’s 395.20 Regulations
Last year in the ELD Mandate, FMCSA introduced a new class of devices, Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs), that are defined in § 395.20 regulations. These new devices are required to be used by drivers who are subject to record of duty status (RODS) regulations by December 18, 2017.
ELDs represent the latest in technology and are much more sophisticated than the soon to be outmoded AOBRDs. Among other things ELDs must be integrally synchronized with the engine on a commercial vehicle and must capture:
Engine power status
Vehicle motion status
Total miles driven
Total engine hours
Engine power status
ELDs are more advanced than AOBRDs and are required to automate the capture of RODS data automatically at each duty status change, every 60 minutes while the vehicle is in motion, at engine power-on and off events, and at the beginning and end of personal use and yard moves. In addition, ELDs must be capable of automatically transferring RODS data to FMCSA and must monitor themselves for diagnostics and malfunctions.
DataSmart ELD implementation uses an Android or iOS device that connects wirelessly to a dongle or telematics device that is connected the the vehicle bus. To meet the vehicle monitoring requirements, vehicle data is streamed continuously from the vbus device to the Android or iOS mobile device. The mobile device processes this information on a background thread, performs the necessary calculations, presents the information to the driver using the familiar grid chart, and synchronizes it with back office servers that run on Amazon Web services.
Don’t trust your existing supplier to provide a magic software update to bring your fleet into ELD compliance in 24 months. All of the hardware has changed in 30 years and so have your trucks. DataSmart ELD assures your fleet’s ELD compliance.
Benefits of Datasmart ELD include:
FMCSA Certification to 395.20
FMCSA’s Exemptions and Exceptions
Advanced Violation Warnings
Integrated DVIR Management
Back Office Integration
Low Hardware Costs
Low Operational Costs
Full set of Driving Rules
Mobile ELD support
IFTA Fuel Tax Compliance
Security by Role, Terminal, or Job Function
Easy to Install Engine Bus Monitor with BlueTooth Connectivity
Support for Light Duty Trucks over 10,000LBs Covered by the ELD Mandate
Adaptor Available for Older Trucks Using SAE-J1708 Standard
The latest release is ELD compatible with the following types of vehicles:
Heavy Duty Trucks with J1708 support (6-pin diagnostic connector).
Heavy Duty Trucks with J1939 low speed support (9-pin black connectors).
Heavy Duty Trucks with J1939 high speed support (9-pin green connectors).
Heavy Duty Trucks with H-OBD connectors.
2008+ Ford Light Duty vehicles
2008+ FIAT Chrysler Light Duty vehicles
2008+ GM Light Duty vehicles except Cadillac
2008+ Nissan Light Duty vehicles
2008+ Infiniti Light Duty vehicles
2008+ Toyota Light Duty vehicles
2008+ Lexus Light Duty vehicles
2008+ Mercedes-Benz Light Duty vehicles
2008+ Honda and Acura
Pre-2008 vehicles might work on a case by case basis.
For more information, visit our website at “www.datasmart4trucks.com”
Email: [email protected]
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Temecula, CA 92590
31915 Rancho California Road, Suite 200-336
Temecula, CA 92591
This release includes bug fixes and new features. We would then like all drivers to be updated to this version or later.
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