Orbcomm ensures ELD product is compliant with third party validation

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ORBCOMM logoOrbcomm, a global Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) systems provider, has independently verified its Pro-400 fleet management solution to be fully compliant with the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate by FPInnovations (PIT Group).

PIT Group is a provider of technology testing and validation services for the transportation industry.

Orbcomm’s Pro-400 has passed 314 technical points of testing by the PIT Group.

“We are pleased to work with the PIT Group experts and leverage their comprehensive knowledge of the trucking industry and ELD regulations to ensure that our Pro-400 fleet management solution is 100% ELD compliant,” said Craig Malone, Orbcomm’s executive vice president of product development.

“PIT Group continues to provide independent testing services to ELD providers in the U.S. to ensure that fleets do not carry the burden of choice when it comes to selecting compliant ELDs,” said Jan Michaelsen, leader of PIT Group. “ORBCOMM, like our other clients, has relied on independent verification, providing its clients with the comfort of knowing that their choice of technology is fully compliant with FMCSA requirements.”

ORBCOMM expects that its Pro-400 solution will also be compliant and third-party certified with Canada’s ELD standards, which were released in June 2019 by the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators.