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ISE Adds Electronic Logging Solution to FMCSA ELD List

August 07, 2017

Photo: ISE
Photo: ISE

ISE announced that its eFleetSuite electronic logging device solution was self-certified and listed on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s ELD online registry.

With the FMCSA’s mandated deadline of Dec. 18, 2017, for fleets to switch to electronic logs, ISE said it has invested time in ensuring that the eFleetSuite would meet required specifications for the rule. ISE also says its solution is backward compatible for those who have mixed ELD and Automatic On-Board Recording Device fleets.

The eFleetSuite solution is fully featured compliance application designed for quick adoption by fleets and telematics service providers. It consists of a mobile interface, a web interface, and an adaptable communications channel. ISE offers it as an all-in-one Android device that has been ruggedized for commercial use and is designed for easy installation.

The ISE Fleet Services’ ELD plugs directly into the vehicle’s diagnostic port. The mobile interface automatically records driving status, calculates available driving time, and notifies the driver of compliance status. Comprehensive back-office reporting allows fleet personnel to make decisions to avoid hours of service violations and optimize resources. The web interface provides the capability to view, edit, and print driver logs. The communications channel supports cellular networks.

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