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Electronic logging applications

3.8 Average

BigRoad e-logs
Electronic logging applications

BigRoad released an electronic logging application for smartphones and tablets in July, 2012. It originally developed the app for owner-operators and small fleets. It quickly became the top trucking-specific app ...
3.7 Average

Cadec DOT logs
Electronic logging applications

In 1987, Cadec became the first company to start providing compliant software for automatically tracking drivers’ hours of service information in cooperation with the Department of Transportation and Frito Lay. Since ...
4.4 Average

CarrierWeb
Electronic logging applications

CarrierWeb’s electronic logging application comes standard with its in-cab CarrierMate mobile computing and communications platform. CarrierMate also includes tracking, auto dispatch, compliance alert notifications and other fleet management applications. The company ...
4 Average

J.J. Keller e-logs
Electronic logging applications

J.J. Keller and Associates has been printing paper logbooks for nearly 60 years in tandem with developing numerous tools and resources for fleet safety and compliance. In 2010 the company ...
3.7 Average

Omnitracs hours of service
Electronic logging applications

In 1988, Qualcomm, Inc., pioneered long distance, mobile communications in the transportation industry. The company deployed its first electronic logging application in 2001 as an option for what was then ...
3.7 Average

PeopleNet e-logs
Electronic logging applications

The Internet was mostly a novelty when PeopleNet incorporated in 1994 and began to offer a cellular-based communications and fleet management system with data delivery through a Web-based interface. After ...
4.2 Average

Rand McNally fleet management system
Electronic logging applications

Rand McNally has long been known among fleets and drivers for its oversized Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas and IntelliRoute truck mileage and routing software. In September 2010, the company made ...
4.4 Average

uDrove electronic logging device
Electronic logging applications

uDrove, an affiliate company of the Internet Truckstop, made its debut in 2009 as a compliance management system for budget-conscious drivers and carriers. Since its beginning uDrove has focused on ...
4.8 Average

VDO Roadlog ELD
Electronic logging applications

The VDO RoadLog electronic logging device was developed by Continental, a provider of regulatory compliance systems with over six million electronic logging devices in use worldwide. Continental developed the VDO ...
2.8 Average

XRS e-logs
Electronic logging applications

XRS Corp., formerly known as XATA Corp., was one of the first companies to offer electronic logging software. In 2011 the company changed its business model and would no longer ...
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