Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) today announced that its eDriver Logs® electronic logging device (ELD) software has been certified to comply with the technical requirements of the Canadian ELD mandate. The certification applies to the use of eDriver Logs ELD software when paired with Trimble’s PeopleNet Mobile Gateway (PMG) hardware.
“We are dedicated to providing carriers throughout North America with an ELD that not only complies with both the Canadian and U.S. mandates but enhances all aspects of their operations,” said Elwyn McLachlan, sector vice president, Mobility, Trimble Transportation. “Fleets are empowered by eDriver Logs’ extensive hours of service data to make informed decisions that improve safety and compliance while also maximizing driver productivity and asset utilization.”
Trimble’s eDriver Logs platform automates a fleet’s hours of service (HOS), allowing drivers to manage their hours in the cab through an intuitive, Android-powered display experience. Comprehensive reporting capabilities enable back office users to review driver logs as well as integrate driver and vehicle information with key transportation management, maintenance and safety systems.
Under the terms of Canada’s Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulations, all ELDs must be tested and certified by accredited certification bodies to ensure that they conform to the requirements of the regulation. Trimble has received certification, confirming that it fully complies with the mandate’s technical standards.
“We have worked diligently with the certification body to ensure our eDriver Logs ELD meets all of the technical requirements of the Canadian mandate,” said McLachlan. “By achieving certification, fleets can be confident in selecting our platform to maintain regulatory compliance for their business and their drivers.”
For additional information regarding Trimble’s eDriver Logs solution, visit: https://transportation.trimble.com/products/eDriver-logs-ELD.