Xata Corp. announced two new XataNet applications for use with Qualcomm’s MVPc in-vehicle computer: electronic driver logs and fuel tax reporting.
The new applications increase productivity, simplify regulatory compliance and improve driver safety, the company says. Electronic logbooks and fuel tax reporting eliminate paperwork and reduce administrative costs. The new applications also eliminate errors and minimize violations, XATA says. Drivers no longer need to write down border crossing information while driving; they are also shown available driving time on the MVPc’s in-vehicle display.
The XataNet family of Internet-based, in-office applications is compatible with a variety of hardware and communications platforms and peripheral devices. The MVPc is an in-vehicle computer that uses the Windows CE operating system to run custom or third-party applications. It is an optional driver interface to Qualcomm’s OmniTRACS mobile communications system.
XATA Corporation (www.xata.com)