ZED Connect is recommending its customers migrate to the Stoneridge EZ-ELD electronic device following the discontinuation of its smartphone-based ELD solution. 
 - Photo: ZED Connect

ZED Connect is recommending its customers migrate to the Stoneridge EZ-ELD electronic device following the discontinuation of its smartphone-based ELD solution. 

Photo: ZED Connect

Cummins subsidiary ZED Connect announced it is phasing out its ZED ELD smartphone-based electronic logging device and system. The company is recommending that customers migrate to the Stoneridge EZ-ELD electronic logging device.

In a statement, the company said its priority is ensuring its customers remain compliant and have access to necessary ELD services during the transition period. It stressed that ZED ELD mobile application and fleet management portal will continue to function until customers have completed their transfer to Stoneridge EZ-ELD. Customers have until Jan. 31 to migrate to a new ELD solution, whether Stoneridge or another provider.

Zed ELD was designed to be a simple and low-cost electronic logging device solution aimed at small- and mid-sized fleets looking to meet the upcoming ELD mandate. The plug-and-play solution included such features as ELD, visual inspection reporting, and commercial routing.

Originally posted on Trucking Info

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