Deploy your ELD solution on rugged, truck-specific tablets designed to keep drivers productive and your fleet’s data secure. Choose from Garmin, Samsung or TomTom:
Garmin Fleet 780: Purpose-Built for Fleet Telematics
The 7” Garmin fleet 780 tablet combines trusted navigation, specialized truck routing and fleet experience with the openness and flexibility of a tablet. Tough and optimized specifically for over the road trucking, its built-in dual-purpose camera functions as a dash cam for the road and a productivity camera at customers’ depots. Onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth provides Internet connectivity to third-party peripherals, such as cameras and over-the-air map updates. Its customized truck routing has detailed maps with truck-related restrictions, such as bridge heights, sharp curves and weight limits.
Samsung: ORBCOMM’s ELD Solution Powered by Samsung
Samsung makes it easy to deploy a comprehensive solution that drives fleet productivity, improves driver retention and complies with the ELD mandate. Combined with ORBCOMM's driver-friendly ELD solution, Samsung devices provide a platform that integrates in-house or third-party apps seamlessly, is efficient to deploy and provides a secure, controllable environment for your fleet.
TomTom Bridge: The All-In-One Driver Terminal
The TomTom BRIDGE Terminal is a ruggedized 7" all in one device with truck-friendly routes, on-screen capture signature for paperless reports and enough connections to create a future-proof platform. Lifetime Maps and Traffic updates allow you to drive with the latest maps at no extra cost for the lifetime of your device. With state-of-the-art navigation and truck-specific routing, you can easily give directions to the closest assignment location, provide vital information on-site and scan data from Wi-Fi or NFC tags. Connectivity ready, the Bridge terminal comes with WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and USB OTG. Shock-proof, it is industrial grade and works in extreme temperatures.
1. Retain More Drivers
Intuitive, quick-to-learn Hours of Service (HOS) recording and e-log editing helps to increase driver retention rates by increasing satisfaction levels with in-cab devices.
2. Reduce Back Office Compliance Costs
Reduce time spent on administration of missing miles and unsigned logs.
3. Reduce Vehicle Downtime
Electronic DVIR, real-time defect reporting and reliable ELD devices maximize vehicle uptime.
4. Avoid Data Silos
Integrate HOS data into dispatch systems to increase productivity by matching available driver hours with load assignments.
5. Scale your In-Cab Platform
Combine all apps on an open Android platform to build one screen for drivers in the cab.
“It’s got to be driver-friendly… that’s the most important thing. The (ELD) units are very friendly for the drivers in-cab, and very accepted.”
Jim Franck, President of National Carriers
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