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GPS Insight's New Electronic Logging Device Solution Elevates Fleet Management

By CIOReview | Tuesday, September 22, 2015

SCOTTSDALE, AZ: GPS Insight, provider of GPS vehicle and asset tracking solutions for commercial and government fleets announces the launch of GPS Insight Hours of Service. The solution facilitates organizations with a paperless Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) compliant system.

In order to deliver best-in-class GPS fleet tracking, real-time electronic driver logs, Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIR), and navigation for FMCSA compliance and superior fleet intelligence, the solution brings together field-proven strength of Innovative Software Engineering's (ISE) eFleetSuite application and the ELD-2000, a brand new GPS Insight-powered Android tablet.

The driver benefits include prevention of use of fatigued drivers, less stressful, streamlined roadside inspections and reduction in paper work, where as fleet management benefits include real-time data that improves logistics and dispatch, prevents citations from paperwork errors and insurance discounts.

GPS Insight Hours of Service offers customizable pre and post trip DVIR to eliminate paperwork, reduce manual input errors, and ensure vehicles are repaired in a timely manner. The end-to-end solution with the aid of Electronic Driver Logs automatically captures driver log information and comprehensive back-office reporting enables fleet personnel to make proactive decisions to avoid hours of service violations. Furthermore, it also extends navigation facilities that improve routing efficiency.

“This next generation solution further enhances our long-standing relationship with industry leading HOS software provider ISE," says Elliot Batcheller, VP Operations at GPS Insight. "The enhanced solution will allow GPS Insight to leverage our expertise in GPS tracking while also providing an in-cab Android tablet that will feature robust DVIR, HOS, and truck routing applications."