Industries: Transportation and Distribution
Turn your ELD into a Fleet Productivity Solution
Fleet managers recognize that e-logs need to be more than just compliance. The best ELD solutions offer a significant return on investment by improving safety records, increasing productivity, reducing operating costs, driving up fuel efficiency and helping retain drivers.
One of the few providers with ELDs that are third-party certified in the U.S., ORBCOMM makes it possible for fleet owners to turn their ELD platform into a profit center. Beyond ELD/HOS compliance, our e-log solution integrates a broad set of fleet management tools – driver performance scoring, messaging, jobs and workflow, DVIR and more – that turns it into a productivity hub. Its open, scalable Android platform provides carriers with the flexibility to add functionality as their needs change.
That’s why fleet managers with ELDs are switching to ORBCOMM for reliable, driver-friendly, scalable ELD technology.
Grow ELDs into a Productivity Hub
Go Beyond ELD Compliance for ROI
Attract and Retain Drivers with ELDs They Love to Use
Improve Safety & Compliance
Powering ORBCOMM’s truck management product, the BT 500 is so much more than an ELD device, providing complete visibility, monitoring and management of drivers, vehicles and displays. Part of a comprehensive solution that combines in-cab devices, powerful cloud-based reporting and connected hardware, the BT 500 provides GPS vehicle tracking, advanced data collection from the CANbus, flexible communication options and an open, scalable platform to connect to for 3rd-party apps and other devices.
Pro-400 – ELDs for Fleet Vehicles, Oil & Gas, Specialty Fleets
Combining ELD compliance and advanced fleet safety features, the Pro-400 is designed to dramatically change unsafe driving behaviors and prevent crashes in an easy-to-implement, easy-to-manage fleet safety solution. Get immediate and dramatic results for fleets of all sizes. Safeguard drivers, increase fleet efficiency and ensure compliance with ELD and other regulations.
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.
From identifying unsafe driving behavior to helping exonerate innocent drivers, in-cab cameras have become a critical addition to modern fleet management solutions. Camera footage helps fleet managers improve driving habits and training while minimizing liability risk and associated costs.
The IC 500, ORBCOMM’s forward and optional inward-facing in-cab camera, captures critical video to serve as a virtual witness that can help protect drivers and fleets against false claims.
The ORBCOMM platform is a single, unified, next-generation analytics and reporting platform that unlocks data-rich insights from your assets so that you can make faster, more accurate, better informed decisions. Manage all your assets in one place with a single, user-friendly fleet management solution
Optimized to work with ORBCOMM’s truck (ELD/HOS), trailer, reefer and container monitoring devices, the ORBCOMM platform delivers advanced reporting and analytics for the entire fleet on one single platform. With mapping, reports, alerts and exception management, the platform provides all that is needed to ensure regulatory compliance, maximize asset utilization, minimize operational costs, increase driver productivity and improve customer satisfaction for better ROI.
Depending on your fleet, the ORBCOMM Platform can be configured to display specific workspaces with individual workspaces for dispatchers, fleet managers or the safety and compliance team. Its powerful features include individualized customization, advanced data mining, configurable reporting, intelligent search options, multi-user management and advanced mapping.
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 something that was going to be a positive—to be able to show the drivers ‘Yes, we’re going ELD, but you’re also getting some benefits out of, too’. Initially the drivers were against doing anything different, but after about two trips with the systems they liked it way better.”Watch Now
There has been a big step forward for the third-party certification required to support the Canadian ELD mandate coming in June 2021.View Blog Post
How Queen Transportation saved an estimated $25,000 related to Hours of Service compliance and administration.View Case Study
Our ELD expert answered some common questions related to the FMCSA HOS rule change. See the full Q&A recap and download a handy visor card.Learn More
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