FMCSA - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Adminstration

Registered ELDs

The listed devices are self-certified by the manufacturer. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration does not endorse any electronic logging devices.

Device Name Model Number Software Version ELD Identifier Image User Manual Company Phone Email Company Website Address Data Transfer Methods ELD Malfunctions Certifying Statement
EZ LYNK ELD Android Auto Agent 1.0 and above EZLAND Download Download EZ LYNK, SEZC (877) 207-5530 support@ezlynk.com www.ezlynk.com 125 Owen Roberts Drive, Georgetown, Grand Cayman Cayman Islands EZ LYNK ELD supports telematics data transfer methods as defined in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395 (4.9.1 (b)(1)), title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Data transfer steps: 1. Tap the navigation menu icon to access navigation menu and tap to select DOT Inspection. 2. Tap Send Logs button. 3. Select transfer method (web or email). 4. Enter routing code or comment provided by a safety officer. 5. Tap Send button. All malfunction events can only be cleared automatically and will be cleared once the corresponding problem addressed by a motor carrier. EZ LYNK ELD supported malfunctions: 1. Power compliance malfunction - More than 30 minutes of driving time lost in the last 24-hour period, cumulatively for all drivers, including the unidentified driver. 2. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction - While the CMV engine is on, the engine’s power status, vehicle’s motion status, miles driven value and engine hours value for the last 24-hour period (cumulatively for all drivers, including the unidentified driver) can’t be determined within 30 minutes or more. 3. Timing compliance malfunction - Absolute deviation from the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) exceeds 10 minutes at any point in time. 4. Positioning compliance malfunction - The ELD determines a location at least every 5 miles while the vehicle is in motion. If the cumulative period when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of CMV’s movement exceeds 60 minutes for the last 24-hour period, then this event will be recorded. 5. Data record compliance malfunction - The ELD is unable to record logs or retrieve logs from the server due to insufficient memory or other technical problems of the mobile device. 6. Data transfer compliance malfunction - Once a Data transfer data diagnostic event occurs, the ELD will enter the unconfirmed data transfer mode and start checking data transfer compliance every 24 hours. If the problem doesn’t go away after three consecutive checks, then this event will be recorded. EZ LYNK ELD was tested using FMCSA provided ELD Compliance Test Procedure outlined in "Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures" to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
TruckX-ELD XELD 1.0 TRX927 Download Download TruckX Inc 650-600-0008 contact@truckx.com http://www.truckx.com/ 257 Castro St STE 107, Moutain View, CA 94041 Web Services and email are supported for data transfer 1. Open TruckX app on mobile or tablet. 2. Make sure the ELD device is connected. Link icon on the top left should be green 3. Click on right bottom on "More" 4. Click on "Dot Inspection" 5. From four options to "View", "Print", "Email" and/or transfer data is available. More instructions in the user manual Malfunctions are collected per 395.34 of ELD mandate rule described under section 4.6 and per table 4 RED error icon is shown on every screen when ELD malfunction is detected • Driver is required to contact their company within 24 hours • Driver needs to regenerate paper logs for past 7 days when this happens • Continue maintaining paper logs until the time ELD is serviced • Company can create inspection report and send it to TruckX for diagnostic We have tested HOS rules for more than 3 months and certify we pass the tests.
ELD Fleet iOS & IOSiX 1.0.1801.11819 ELDFLT Download Download GPS Trackit (866) 320-5810 FleetAdvisor@GPSTrackit.net https://gpstrackit.com/eld-fleet/ 27244 Vía Industria, Temecula, CA, 92590 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Malfunctions The ELD Fleet™ ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD Fleet™ ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELD Fleet™ ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Fleet™ ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the IOSiX engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Inthinc Connect WS850 7.8 ELD850 Download Download Orbcomm 1-866-294-8637 support@inthinc.com http://inthinc.com 341 S Main St, Salt Lake City, UT, 84103 Inthinc Connect offers USB, Bluetooth and Email File Transfer Options The user will use the one touch button located on the ELD dashboard to open the Transfer option bar. The transfer option bar will let the driver touch the transfer option they wish to use. To initiate USB transfer the driver selects the USB option a window will open for the drier to add a comment. The driver then chooses export and the ELD output file will export to the attached usb device. To initiate a Bluetooth transfer the driver makes the Bluetooth connection to the officers device . The driver then selects the Bluetooth transfer option on the transfer option bar. A comment window will pop up for the driver to add a comment. The driver then selects export an the ELD output file will be made to the attached bluetooth device. To initiate email transfer the driver will select the email transfer option a comment box will pop up for the driver to add a comment . The then selects export and the ELD output file will be sent to fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov Malfunction List DIAG_POWER = '1'; DIAG_ENGINE = '2'; DIAG_MISSING = '3'; DIAG_TRANSFER = '4'; DIAG_UNIDENTIFIED = '5'; DIAG_OTHER = '6'; MALFUNC_POWER = 'P'; MALFUNC_ENGINE = 'E'; MALFUNC_TIMING = 'T'; MALFUNC_POSITION = 'L'; MALFUNC_RECORDING = 'R'; MALFUNC_TRANSFER = 'S'; MALFUNC_OTHER = 'O'; These are the ones we ARE checking for, and reporting: DIAG_ENGINE DIAG_MISSING DIAG_UNIDENTIFIED MALFUNC_POSITION MALFUNC_ENGINE Test cases were created from each item in the ELD Mandate to verify compliance. Test cases included validation against the FLMCSA provided files and tools including the online file validation tool. During development these test cases were used to validate compliance. This ensured items were implemented correctly and not missed. These test cases became our regression tests which were used during the final test phase before releasing to production.
LiveViewGPS Hours Of Service ELD-OBD-LE 1.0.1723 or Higher LVEND1 Download Download LiveViewGPS 661-294-6805 info@liveviewgps.com https://www.liveviewgps.com 29021 Ave Sherman STE 103, Valencia, CA 91355 The LIVEVIEWGPS HOURS OF SERVCE provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the LIVEVIEWGPS HOURS OF SERVICE to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. ? Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. ? Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. ? Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The LIVEVIEWGPS HOURS OF SERVICE ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the LIVEVIEWGPS HOURS OF SERVICE ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ? Power Malfunction ? Engine Synchronization Malfunction ? Timing Malfunction ? Position Malfunction ? Data Recording Malfunction ? Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The LIVEVIEWGPS HOURS OF SERVICE ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The LIVEVIEWGPS HOURS OF SERVICE ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the ELD-OBD-LE engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Haulynx 2.0 (The Free ELD) M2 2.0 HAUL02 Download Download Haulynx, Inc. 480-646-3545 support@haulynx.com https://www.haulynx.com/ 21 E 6th St., 405, Tempe, AZ 85281 Same as other ELD device, it's just a different model: Supported Data Transfer Mechanisms are: Email & Web Services. To transfer Records, User goes to the “Logs” tab, and taps the ‘Send Logs” button. Upon clicking the button, you’re given a choice to send via email or via web service. The user is also presented with a comments popup dialog, within which they can specify the safety official’s code or key phrase. This will be encoded in the output file header section. Same as other ELD device, it's just a different model: Our ELD has the functionality to detect when it is meeting the requirements in terms of power compliance, engine synchronization compliance, timing compliance, position compliance, data recording compliance, and data transfer compliance. It records the event with the proper malfunction code. This ELD was tested by a Team of Engineers to ensure compliance with the rules and regulations stipulated. We performed the tests at the end of the ELD Test Plan and Procedures document after we exported the PDF to Microsoft Word so we could mark up each section with the date of the test, who participated, and the test results. The file validator tool was also used for corner case testing of event types and checksum validation. To check status of development, the compliance matrix that lists every section was imported to excel using a Perl script to track development status. Doing all of this, we made sure our ELD was fully compliant and ready to be used by motor carriers. - Anthony Kamar
TrackM2M-VisTracks ELD-VTGMTT-A 1.0.1801.11540 & up TM2M01 Download Download TrackM2M.com Inc. 416 259 9842 tim.demonte@trackm2m.com http://trackm2m.com 98 Lake Crescent, Toronto, Ontario M8V 1W1 TrackM2M-VisTracks Data Transfer TrackM2M-VisTracks provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the TrackM2M-VisTracks to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. TrackM2M-VisTracks Malfunctions TrackM2M-VisTracks ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the TrackM2M-VisTracks ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. TrackM2M-VisTracks Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The TrackM2M-VisTracks ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The TrackM2M-VisTracks ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android and Apple phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939/J1708 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris whereQube 84 Series engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
iTruckerELD IOSIX-WBG 1.9.39 iTruck Download Download iTrucker Corp. (800) 380-9779 contact@itrucker.com http://itrucker.com 1 Westbrook Corp Ctr Ste 300, Westchester IL 60154 We at iTruckereld Support two type of data transfer mechanism. 1)Wireless Web services 2)Email Wireless Web services : 1)iTruckerEld convert ELD files into an XML using FMCSA provided files. 2)iTruckerEld Generate XML files to the driver for Last 7 days+ current day. 3)iTruckerEld supports upload the data(XML file) into the FMCSA. Wireless data transfer through E-Mail : We iTruckerEld give an Instruction for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records: iTruckerEld provides to create CSV File FMCSA: 1. iTruckerEld create CSV file along with following information (under the FMCSA rule): company, driver details, trip details, co-driver details, shipping details, hours of service records, event log details, unidentified records for Vehicle (including comments for the inspection officer at the time of inspection). 2. iTruckerEld encrypts the content of the CSV file using AES encryption standards with authentication value. 3. Create file name, subject of the email all are under the FMCSA rule. 4. Attach CSV file and send email to FMCSA provided email id. iTruckerEld support following malfunctions: Power compliance malfunction - If there is any issues while streaming vehicle data, we have recorded event log with power compliance. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction - If there is any issues while connect to the vehicle, we have recorded event log with Engine synchronization. Timing compliance malfunction - When ELD no longer meet the underlying compliance requirement, we have recorded event log with timing compliance malfunction. Positioning compliance malfunction - IF there is any issues from latitude, longitude co-ordinates, we have recorded event log with positioning compliance malfunction. Data recording compliance malfunction – If there is any issues while getting vehicle data's like(VIN number,Engine time,Odometer readings), we have recorded log for that incorrect data.Data transfer compliance malfunction event - while transfer to FMCSA if there is any issue, we have captured as a data transfer malfunction. Missing required data elements data diagnostic event - while recording the event if there is any required field's missing, we have recorded log under missing required data elements data diagnostics (under FMCSA mandatory fields for the event). Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event - If any unidentified event is detected (without user login), we have recorded log under unidentified driving records data diagnostic event. We hereby certify that we have executed FMCSA test plans and procedures and test procedure complies with the FMCSA regulations.
CyntrX ELD Pro Pacific Track and Android 1.0.1805.14019 & up FlexCX Download Download CyntrX 9203380479 compliance@cyntrx.com http://www.cyntrx.com 1302 South Broadway, De Pere, WI, 54115 Data Transfer The CyntrX ELD Pro provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the CyntrX ELD Pro to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. ● Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. ● Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. ● Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The CyntrX ELD Pro ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the CyntrX ELD Pro ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The CyntrX ELD Pro ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The CyntrX ELD ProELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Pacific Track engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
HOS247 ELD FLT 2.0 or higher HOS247 Download Download HOS247 LLC 415-839-9977 hello@hos247.com www.hos247.com 10401 CEDAR LAKE RD UNIT 212, MINNETONKA, MN 55305 HOS247 ELD is capable of producing and transferring the ELD records via telematics transfer methods: Wireless Web services and Email. In order to send the ELD records via Web services a driver must press “DOT Inspection” menu item and then press “Send Logs” button. In order to send the ELD records via Email a driver must press “DOT Inspection” menu item, press “Email Logs”, enter an email provided by an authorized safety official and press “Send“ button. HOS247 ELD monitors its compliance with the technical requirements and detects malfunctions and data inconsistencies and keeps records of its malfunction and data diagnostic event detection. Following standard coding is implemented for required compliance malfunction and data diagnostic event detection: P - “Power compliance” malfunction, E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction, T - “Timing compliance” malfunction, L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction, R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction, S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction, O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction, 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event, 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event, 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event, 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event, 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event, 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event. The HOS247 ELD Malfunction and Diagnostic Event Records list all ELD malfunctions that have occurred on HOS247 ELD during the time period for which this file is generated. Active malfunctions are indicated to all drivers who may use that ELD. HOS247 ELD meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. HOS247 ELD was tested to comply with FMCSA regulations by completing steps and testing procedures described in Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures Version 2.0.
Omnitracs XRS ELD SYSTEM XRS Mobile & Relay 4.6 > XRSAN1 Download Download Omnitracs, LLC 1.800.348.7227 ELD@omnitracs.com http://WWW.OMNITRACS.com 717 N Hardwood, Suite 1300, Dallas, TX 75201 ERODS TRANSFER WEB SERVICES and EMAIL Instructions on Driver CARD in Manual also 1. From the HOS Log screen, select the 3-dot menu, located in the top-right corner of the screen. 2. Select ERODS File Transfer. The ERODS File Transfer screen appears. 3. Select a Transfer Method, either Web Services or Email. Enter Comment if requested, Select Send. 4. The message ERODS File is Being Processed by Omnitracs appears. If the transfer fails, the HOS Log screen display is considered a compliant secondary record. MALFUNCTIONS AND DIAGNOSTICS If you receive any of the following errors or malfunctions on your ELD you are required to keep paper logs until the malfunction has been corrected. • Power - An ELD must be powered and function within one minute of the vehicle’s engine receiving power and remain powered for as long as the vehicle’s engine stays powered. • Engine Synchronization - An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM and monitor its connectivity to the engine ECM and its ability to retrieve the vehicle parameters. • Timing - The ELD must cross-check its compliance with the external UTC source and must record any timing compliance malfunction. • Positioning - An ELD must monitor the availability of position measurements meeting the listed accuracy requirements and track the distance and time from the last valid measured point. Data Recording - An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events. • Data Transfer - An ELD must implement inservice monitoring functions to verify that the data transfer mechanism(s) are continuing to function properly. • Other - Any other ELD-detected malfunction such as Bluetooth, relay, etc. Omnitracs XRS (XRSAN1) FMCSA Certifying Statement on Product Testing for ELD Regulation Compliance Omnitracs has distributed and supported AOBRDs in the marketplace since 1989 and has developed testing processes that would assess all areas of the compliance requirements for 49CFR 395.8 and 49CFR 395.15. We have a quality assurance process that follows the creation of story cards for each section of the ELD Mandate specifications. This QA process has been standard operating procedure for Omnitracs and has increased with the ELD mandate requirements. We have used the ELD Testing document issued by FMCSA as a reference to ensure that our testing parallels or exceeds the requirements. Additionally, tests have been created that evaluate fringe cases that are not included in the FMCSA document. Omnitracs employs automated script testing processes for testing of individual elements to ensure consistent and repeatable testing as well the ability to add fringe case scenarios to ensure that in each section of the ELD Mandate, compliance is achieved. We have modified our product through variance changes in the vehicle ECM, changes by OEM and SAE standards, and maintained compliance to ensure that we are continually able to supply information from the ECM. This has ensured that we comply with all the data capture and motion detection requirements specified in the ELD Mandate for the engine ECM. Our testing process includes testing in actual CMV class 6- 8 vehicles as well as using vehicle ECM simulators in testing labs. We additionally use GPS simulators to validate recovery and diagnostics for various situations that can occur in vehicles or environments when GPS may be compromised. With this and other testing processes we are able to test each requirement for diagnostics and malfunctions as required by the ELD Mandate specifications. Additionally, we have provided to Volpe an eRODS test file requested by FMCSA and that file has been accepted. We understand that the actual eRODS transfer process has not been finalized and it will require additional testing and some modifications once all information is available from FMCSA. Omnitracs information security program is based on NIST 800-53 Revision 4. We have ensured that the specified additional security requirements referenced in the regulation for PKI, FIPS, and other NIST specifications have been achieved for compliance to support eRODS transfer.
MasterELD MELD03 MELDA3.0 MIOA01 Download Download NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION PARTNERS LLC 630-422-7497 eld@mastersafetyinc.com http://www.mastereld.com 1040 BORDEN DR., ROSELLE, IL 60172, ROSELLE / IL / 60172 MASTER ELD provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TELEMATICS: EMAIL: 1. Tap “Send Logs” from “Inspection Module” screen. 2. Select the checkbox next to each log you want to send. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email tab. 4. Enter the email address of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap “Send” to email your logs. TELEMATICS : WIRELESS TRANSFER: 1. Tap “Send Output File” from “Inspection Module” screen. 2. Enter the Investigation Code of the authorized safety official. 3. Tap “Send” to transfer your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the MASTER ELD App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official a copy. MASTER ELD is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. MASTER ELD will monitor and report malfunction data based on section 4.6 ELD’s Self- Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction WHAT DOES THE DRIVER NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. Provide written notice to fleet management within 24 hours of malfunction discovery. 2. Keep paper logs for that day and until ELD is repaired or replaced. WHAT DOES THE FLEET NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. A motor carrier must take action to correct the malfunction of the ELD within 8 days of discovery of the malfunction or a driver’s notification to the motor carrier, whichever occurs first. 2. Upon notification by fleet manager, MASTER ELD will send a new device. 3. If a motor carrier needs a time extension, they must notify the FMCSA Division Administrator for the State of the motor carrier’s principal place of business within five days after a driver notifies the motor carrier according to the guidelines set forth in § 395.34 (2). We have used the suggested Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document, version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 provided by FMCSA to conduct testing of MASTER ELD. Upon completion of necessary tests outlined in the above named document we certify that MASTER ELD meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. Tests under the following categories have been conducted and passed (P): Accounts, Inputs, Vehicle, Interface, Processing, Monitoring, Recording, Outputs, Data Transfer.
GPSWEBPRO PT30 2.2 and up GWPELD Download Download GPSWEB PRO 3054554392 info@gpsweb.pro http://www.gpsweb.pro 1804 W 49 St, Hialeah Fl 33012 GPSWEBPRO ELD is capable of producing and transferring the ELD records via telematics transfer methods: Wireless Web services and Email. In order to send the ELD records via Web services, a driver must press “DOT Inspection” menu item and then press “Send Logs” button. In order to send the ELD records via Email, a driver must press “DOT Inspection” menu item, press “Email Logs”. GPSWEBPRO ELD monitors its compliance with the technical requirements and detects malfunctions and data inconsistencies and keeps records of its malfunction and data diagnostic event detection. Following standard coding is implemented for required compliance malfunction and data diagnostic event detection: P - “Power compliance” malfunction, E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction, T - “Timing compliance” malfunction, L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction, R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction, S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction, O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction, 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event, 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event, 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event, 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event, 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event, 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event. The GPSWEBPRO ELD Malfunction and Diagnostic Event Records list all ELD malfunctions that have occurred on GPSWEBPRO ELD during the time period for which this file is generated. Active malfunctions are indicated to all drivers who may use that ELD. GPSWEBPRO ELD meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. GPSWEBPRO ELD was tested to comply with FMCSA regulations by completing steps and testing procedures described in Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures Version 2.0.
ELDMANDATE (PT30) EMPT30 1.0.1723.10043 EMpt30 Download Download Bizringer Inc 800-968-1869 info@eldmandate.biz http://eldmandate.biz 1221 E. Dyer Road Suite 250, Santa Ana, CA 92705 The ELDMANDATE HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email, and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELDMANDATE HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password The ELDMANDATE HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELDMANDATE HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Procedure to validate an ELD authentication value 1. Concatenate the driver license number, ELD identifier, and ELD registration ID together. If there is no driver’s license number use the empty string for the driver license number. 2. Hash the value from step 1 using SHA-256. 3. Get the provider's public certificate in ASN.1 DER encoded form as a byte array. 4. Concatenate the byte array from step 2 with the byte array from step 3. 5. Hash the value from step 4 using SHA-256. 6. Take the first 16 bytes from the byte array in step 5 and convert the bytes into a hex string. The resulting 32-character string is the authentication value Certifying Statment of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELDMANDATE ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELDMANDATE ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a PT30 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified using the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser. The ELDMANDATE ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELDMANDATE ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and Apple iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a PT30 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified using the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Shotgun Rider SR1 1.79 or higher SR_MTN Download Download Messenger Terabit Networks, Inc. (408) 241-9626 info@mtnlightspeed.com http://shotgunridereld.com 15466 Los Gatos Blvd. Ste 100-461, Los Gatos, CA 95032 Shotgun Rider supports the Option 2 Local USB2 and Bluetooth data transfer mechanisms. The data transfer mechanisms are described in extensive instructions and screen shot detail in pages 42-59 of the attached “Shotgun Rider ELD Operating Manual”. The first two of these methods are the required USB2 and Bluetooth data transfer mechanisms. The others are alternatives. Option 2 - Local File Transfer 1) Local Transfer using Secure Memory Stick (required) 2) Local Transfer using Bluetooth Tethering to access the Web; followed by an upload of the log file to FMCSA Web Services (required) 3) Local Transfer using WiFi Access Point or Mobile Hot Spot to access the Web; followed by an upload of the log file to the FMCSA Web Services. (alternative to Option #2) 4) Local File Transfer using Bluetooth to Official computer. (alternative to Option #1) The following are a list of steps common to all Transfer Modes: 1) Select “Export Log File” from the Driver Home Screen sub-menu 2) Input a comment provided by the official or the driver. 3) Automatic Generation of Log File Secure Memory Stick Transfer (additional steps) 4) Insert Official supplied Memory Stick 5) Enter Driver Password 6) Verify the Authentication file on the Official supplied Memory Stick (optional) 7) Automatic save of Log File to the Memory Stick Bluetooth Tethering and Upload to FMCSA Web Server (additional steps) 4) Select Bluetooth Transfer 5) Make Shotgun Rider unit Bluetooth Discoverable 6) Have Official pair to Shotgun Rider device 7) Establish Internet Connection through the official device’s Bluetooth connection 8) Automatic upload of Log File to FMCSA Web Server. WIFI Connection to Access Point or Mobile Hot Spot and Upload to FMCSA Server (additional steps) 4) Select WiFi Transfer 5) Enable WiFi and attach to Access Point or Mobile Hot Spot using official provided password. 6) Automatic upload of Log File to FMCSA Web Server. Local File Transfer using Bluetooth to Official computer. 4) Make Shotgun Rider unit Bluetooth Discoverable 5) Have Official pair to Shotgun Rider 6) Locate Log File in local storage using File Manager 7) Select Bluetooth Transfer and move the file to the Official’s device. Summary description of ELD Malfunctions [Section 5.2.1(b)(8)] Malfunction Summary Descriptions Required Malfunctions (Section 4.6 – Table 4) Malfunction Code Name Status/Description P Power Compliance Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.1 E Engine Synchronization Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.2 T Timing Compliance Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.3 L Positioning Compliance Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.4 R Data Recording Compliance Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.5 S Data Transfer Compliance Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.7 O Other Malfunction Accompanies one of following Additional Shotgun Rider Malfunctions. Additional Shotgun Rider Malfunctions Malfunction Code Name Status/Description C Clock Malfunction This malfunction indicates that the Real Time Clock in the Shotgun Rider unit has malfunctioned. B Bluetooth Malfunction This malfunction indicates that the Bluetooth 2.1+EDR radio in Shotgun Rider has malfunctioned. U USB Malfunction This malfunction indicates that the USB 2.0 Port on the front of Shotgun Rider has malfunctioned. Data Diagnostic Event Descriptions Required Data Diagnostic Events (Section 4.6 – Table 4) Diagnostic Code Name Status/Description 1 Power Data Diagnostic Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.1 2 Engine Sync Data Diagnostic Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.2 3 Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.4 and 4.6.1.5 4 Data Transfer Data Diagnostic Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.7 5 Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic Implemented as defined in 4.6.1.6 6 Other ELD identified diagnostic Accompanies one of the following Additional Shotgun Rider Data Diagnostic Events. Additional Shotgun Rider Diagnostic Codes Diagnostic Code Name Status/Description 7 Clock Diagnostic This diagnostic indicates that when set, the Real Time Clock accuracy was outside of specifications. 8 Speaker Diagnostic This diagnostic indicates that the warning speaker is not functioning correctly. The Shotgun Rider product has been extensively tested during both development and field testing to verify that it complies with the FMCSA regulations. System Overview: The Shotgun Rider product is a complete system that includes the Shotgun Rider unit, a cable to the vehicle CAN interface, a driver’s generic Android Tablet or Cell-phone, and an Android Application. The Android Tablet or Cellphone only provides a User Interface and GPS positions to the unit. No cellular or internet connection is required at any time to operate the Shotgun Rider system. In addition, in the event that the tablet or phone is lost or stolen, the Shotgun Rider system continues to operate storing HOS information for an Unidentified Driver while notifying the driver through visual and optional audio alert that a driver has not been logged into the system. More importantly, a new phone or tablet can be switched to at any time by the driver to operate the unit. This is due to the unique capability of Shotgun Rider system where all account information, log entries, malfunction data, and other unique information is stored on the Shotgun Rider unit itself in non-volatile memory. In addition, the Shotgun Rider unit has an internal real time clock capability that maintains accurate timing in the absence of a tablet or phone; and with no reliance on an easily hacked vehicle clock time. Development Testing: This has included extensive electronic testing of the MTN Shotgun Rider custom circuit board, packaging and cabling. The complete Shotgun Rider unit firmware was tested extensively during development and in Q/A testing based on the test procedures outlined by the FMCSA. The Shotgun Rider Android Application that runs on a generic android device was tested extensively on many Android devices during development and Q/A testing. Field Testing: The Shotgun Rider system has been tested on 18-wheel trucks for hundreds of hours of both interstate and intrastate trucking operations. This testing was used to verify the system operation, driver user interfaces, positioning, and HOS recording. Driver feedback from field testing was used to refine and improve the ease of use of the product. Log File Transfer Testing: Multiple secure Memory Sticks have been tested with the unit to verify that log files can be written to them. Test Log File transfers have been successfully made to the FMCSA Web Server. In addition, log files have been tested using the Log File Validator provided on the FMCSA website to verify that they are correctly formatted. Certified by: Brian S. Messenger President and CEO Messenger Terabit Networks, Inc.
Hours Of Service iOS & Atlas 1.0.1801.11819 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Atlas engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
PMS Electronic Logging Device PMSE01 1.0 PMSELD Download Download Propane Management Systems (270)538-1717 warren@propanemanagementsystems.com www.propanemanagementsystems.com P.O. Box 2532, Paducah, KY 42002 The ELD Output file is composed of records from the cached data. It will pull all users that have driven the CMV currently in use by the driver, the unidentified driver record will be retrieved, and it will pull all CMVs the driver has operated in the time period. Any events related to the driver, truck, and unidentified driver records will be included after the header, user list, and truck list in the order outlined in section 4.8.2 of the functional requirements document. The file is saved to a CSV using the ELD Output File Name Standard outlined in 4.8.2.2. Each method of data transfer selected must go through the process of gathering the required data, and generating the CSV file. There are three methods currently available to the driver for transferring the generated file. The methods are Web Service, Email, and USB. The Web Service method will generate the CSV file, and package it in the outlined format FMCSA requires for their web service. The Email method will encrypt and sign the generated file into SMIME using RSA, and encrypt again using the provided AES key before sending over SMTP. The USB method will detect the USB device, and transfer the file to the authorized official. The first step for the driver is to press the "Officer" button on the main screen. A new screen will pop up to select Web Service, Email, or USB. They will press one of the options, and press "Proceed to Output". It will prompt the driver to enter in an output file comment using the form's on-screen keyboard. Once they are finished entering in the comment, they will press "Accept". The data transfer process will start for the selected option, and the screen will inform the driver when the transfer completes. If records are being requested outside of the cached data window, the authorized officials can request the information from the office. The office program allows for up to 6 months or older to be retrieved. The office program allows for selecting based off of driver, trucks, or terminal, and will generate a file with a requested date range. Multiple files will be generated following the required naming convention, and will include the same format as a truck generated output file. The device has been developed to monitor and record the malfunctions and diagnostics listed in Table 4 of the ELD ruling. Power Data Diagnostic and Power Compliance Malfunction: The device will check to see if it was the engine had been running before the device had started monitoring. The device will check to see if and aggregated 30 or more minutes of driving time has occurred that was not recorded otherwise by the device in the last 24 hour period. Engine Synchronization Data Diagnostic and Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction: The device continually monitors it's connection with the CMV's ECM. The device also checks if 30 or more minutes of aggregated connection loss occurs withing the last 24 hour period. Timing Compliance Malfunction: The device will synchronize its clock with an Internet time server. Positioning Compliance Malfunction: The device continually monitors its ability to obtain the current GPS position and will check if an aggregated 60 or more minutes of inability to obtain current position in the past 24 hour period. Data Recording Compliance Malfunction: The device monitors its ability to record all events. Data Transfer Data Diagnostic and Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction: The device will periodically check if it is able to communicate with FMCSA web services and if any initiated data transfers fail. Other ELD Identified Diagnostic and Other ELD Detected Malfunction: In the event a device specific error the it monitors occurs that is not otherwise listed in Table 4, the device will record it. Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic: The device will check if any user entered data is missing required elements. Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic: The device will check if an aggregated 30 or minutes of recorded, but otherwise unidentified driving time occurred within the past 24 hour period. We certify in our model PMSE01 used in conjunction with a Windows Tablet conforms to the ELD requirements, as proven with the successful execution of the test procedures. The following details test procedures used for certification: The ELD utilizes an internal geo-location mechanism under Windows 10 location services with optional support for external mechanisms. The Geo-Location protocol undergoes constant monitoring, and the program will ping the service to ensure a response can be obtained and a valid location is present. Any failure to log geo-locations are recorded as a diagnostic or malfunction for the current driver as outlined in Section 4.6.1.4. CMV communication is ensured through both an internal run of diagnostic port commands in a mock vehicle interface, and utilizing appropriate CMV with diagnostic ports. In order to verify operational status with CMV, varied manufacturer years were utilized in testing older vehicles compared to newer vehicles. Any information the ELD is unable to retrieve from the CMV is logged under the appropriate compliance monitoring diagnostic or malfunction as outlined in 4.6.1. Each ELD is placed under a test plan involving each driver status, and all malfunction and diagnostic scenarios to validate proper log recording. The malfunction and diagnostic cases are run in an automated process to force the ELD into the appropriate state, and cross checked with recorded record. Selected CMV drivers were instructed to include prototype versions in conjunction with their existing systems in order to verify a real-time environment for driver records. The upload file has been sent through FMCSA’s file verification portal to ensure the format meets certification. Any changes that were made to the generation process utilized the portal to re-certify the authenticity of the format. The contents of each generated file was cross-checked with the outline in the Functional Requirements for each segment of the output file under various usage scenarios. The FMCSA Web Service is pinged in regular intervals to verify communication to the portal is achievable. During test file submissions the test credentials provided by FMCSA were utilized to certify successful upload to FMCSA Web Service. USB Transfer was verified utilizing the provided authentication file, and a flash drive maintained for testing ELD. This flash drive was plugged into the ELD, and the procedure was executed resulting in reliable and secure file transfer over USB. Each attempt was verified by examining the USB flash drive for the output file. Bluetooth Transfer was verified by successfully testing Bluetooth pairing with an appropriate device, and utilizing the connection for Web Service communication. The Web Service transfer procedure was utilized to successfully verify the ability to ping the service, and certify capability to upload the file.
Omnitracs Mobile Computing Platform 50 CA1358R or Later MCP050 Download Download Omnitracs, LLC 1.800.348.7227 ELD@omnitracs.com http://WWW.OMNITRACS.com 717 N Hardwood, Suite 1300, Dallas, TX 75201 Follow these steps to transmit HOS records via Web Services or Email. 1. Tap the Day Log tab. (A) 2. If you are still in “Inspector mode” tap on the Driver button (B). 3. Tap the ERODS button (C). 4. Select Web Services or Email on the left (D). 5. Enter a comment if requested then tap Send (E). 6. A confirmation screen will appear. 7. If the transfer is unsuccessful, the display is considered a compliant secondary record of duty status Malfunctions and Diagnostics If you receive any of the following errors or malfunctions on your ELD you are required to keep paper logs until the malfunction has been corrected. Omnitracs, LLC 717 N. Harwood Street, Suite 1300 Dallas, TX 75201 U.S.A January 2018 FMCSA Registration ID: xxxxxx ELD ID: MCP050 Copyright © 2017 Omnitracs, LLC. 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Diversion contrary to U.S. and international law is strictly prohibited. * Power – An ELD must be powered and functional within one minute of the vehicle’s engine receiving power and remain powered for as long as the vehicle’s engine stays powered. * Engine Synchronization – An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM and monitor its connectivity to the engine ECM and its ability to retrieve the vehicle parameters. * Timing – The ELD must cross-check its compliance with the external UTC source and must record any timing compliance malfunction. * Positioning – An ELD must monitor the availability of position measurements meeting the listed accuracy requirements and track the distance and time from the last valid measurement point. Data Recording – An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events. * Data Transfer – An ELD must implement in-service monitoring functions to verify that the data transfer mechanism(s) are continuing to function properly * Other – Any other ELD detected malfunction such as Bluetooth, relay, etc. Omnitracs MCP050 FMCSA Certifying Statement on Product Testing for ELD Regulation Compliance Omnitracs has distributed and supported AOBRDs in the marketplace since 1989 and has developed testing processes that would assess all areas of the compliance requirements for 49CFR 395.8 and 49CFR 395.15. We have a quality assurance process that follows the creation of story cards for each section of the ELD Mandate specifications. This QA process has been standard operating procedure for Omnitracs and has increased with the ELD mandate requirements. We have used the ELD Testing document issued by FMCSA as a reference to ensure that our testing parallels or exceeds the requirements. Additionally, tests have been created that evaluate fringe cases that are not included in the FMCSA document. Omnitracs employs automated script testing processes for testing of individual elements to ensure consistent and repeatable testing as well the ability to add fringe case scenarios to ensure that in each section of the ELD Mandate, compliance is achieved. We have modified our product through variance changes in the vehicle ECM, changes by OEM and SAE standards, and maintained compliance to ensure that we are continually able to supply information from the ECM. This has ensured that we comply with all the data capture and motion detection requirements specified in the ELD Mandate for the engine ECM. Our testing process includes testing in actual CMV class 6- 8 vehicles as well as using vehicle ECM simulators in testing labs. We additionally use GPS simulators to validate recovery and diagnostics for various situations that can occur in vehicles or environments when GPS may be compromised. With this and other testing processes we are able to test each requirement for diagnostics and malfunctions as required by the ELD Mandate specifications. Additionally, we have provided to Volpe an eRODS test file requested by FMCSA and that file has been accepted. We understand that the actual eRODS transfer process has not been finalized and it will require additional testing and some modifications once all information is available from FMCSA. Omnitracs information security program is based on NIST 800-53 Revision 4. We have ensured that the specified additional security requirements referenced in the regulation for PKI, FIPS, and other NIST specifications have been achieved for compliance to support eRODS transfer
ELD Chrome Cab-Mate Connect by Pedigree Technologies Cab-Mate Connect 4.55 CMCN01 Download Download Pedigree Technologies, LLC 855-838-6941 eld@pedigreetechnologies.com http://www.eldcertified.com 4776 28th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104 The CabMate ELD product will support the FMCSA Data Transfer via Wireless Web Services and Email once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational. In the mean time, a driver is able to show the ELD screen to an authorized safety official by clicking on the 3 dot menu in the upper right corner of the ELD application and selecting Enforcement View. As an alternative, the logs can be emailed along with the ELD data file to any email address by clicking on the 3 dot menu in the upper right corner of the ELD application and selecting "Email Logs" and entering the email address for logs delivery. ELD Malfunction lights Note: CabMate Open uses a circular malfunction light; CabMate Connect uses a light built into the cradle dock. Flashing Red: Tablet not in dock (CabMate Connect Only) Flashing Green: Not connected or not logged into ELD Solid Red: ELD Malfunction Active Solid Green: ELD Data Diagnostic Active Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Events Definitions Power Data Diagnostic: The ELD was not able to power up within one minute of engine power up. Check the device connections are not loose. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Power Compliance Malfunction: The ELD was not functional for more than 30 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check the device connections are not loose. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Engine Synchronization Data Diagnostic: The ELD is not receiving data from the engine. Check that the Bluetooth is connected (or if using CabMate Connect check that the tablet is in its cradle) and the diagnostic cable is connected to the vehicle. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction: The ELD did not receive data from the engine for more than 30 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check that the Bluetooth is connected (or if using CabMate Connect check that the tablet is in its cradle) and that the diagnostic cable is connected to the vehicle. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Other Data Diagnostic (for Positioning Compliance): The ELD is not receiving GPS location. Check that the GPS is ON in this device, the vehicle antenna is not damaged and connections are tight. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Positioning Compliance Malfunction: The ELD did not receive GPS location for more than 60 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check that the GPS is ON in this device, the vehicle antenna is not damaged and connections are tight. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Timing Compliance Malfunction: The ELD time is off by more than 10 minutes. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic: The ELD is missing required data for creating ELD records. Check Engine Synchronization and Positioning Compliance. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Data Recording Compliance Malfunction: The ELD has reached its storage capacity and can no longer record ELD records. Reduce the data stored on the ELD or replace the ELD. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic: The ELD has recorded more than 30 minutes worth of unidentified driving records in the last 24 hours. Ensure that drivers are logged into the ELD while the vehicle is in motion and accept any unidentified records that may belong to you. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction: The ELD test of data transfer to the FMCSA via web services and email has failed for an extended period of time. Ensure that the ELD data connection is working. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Will be enabled once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational for Wireless Web Services and Email data transfer. Data Transfer Data Diagnostic: The ELD test of data transfer to the FMCSA via web services and email has failed. Ensure that the ELD data connection is working. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Will be enabled once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational for Wireless Web Services and Email data transfer. The CabMate ELD product was tested, passed and certified in accordance with the FMCSA regulation 49 CFR 385, 390, and 395 regarding Electronic Logging Devices.
My20 MY20ELD01 or higher 18.3.1 or higher KNXL01 Download Download Konexial, Inc. 865-888-6920 contact@konexial.com https://konexial.com 127 Dillon Ct, Johnson City, TN 37615 My20 will support web services and/or secure email to FMCSA when these services are released to ELD manufacturers. My20 also supports the display and/or print as the backup mechanism for inspection. My20 monitors connection of the hardware recorder to the ECM, and connection of the hardware to the ELD software. In addition, as required by 4.6.1 of the ELD Rule, My20 monitors for the conditions listed in Table 4. Any detected malfunctions are prominently displayed to the user in the My20 Log screen. My20 has been extensively tested in accordance with the ELD Test Plan & Procedures Version 2.0 as published by FMCSA on 10.17.2016 using software simulators and live Class 8 vehicles.
V-Track V-HOS2 1.0 VSIOS1 Download Download Velocitor Solutions 7047315388 sales@velsol.com http://www.vtrackfm.com 851 Blairhill Rd, Charlotte/NC/28217 Electronic Transfer Supported via Web Service and Email. Tap on DOT Inspection Mode. Choose Email or Web Service. Enter File Comment if necessary. Tap Send. Power Compliance, Engine Synchronization Compliance, Time Compliance, Positioning Compliance,Data Recording Compliance, Data Transfer Compliance. I certify after extensive testing that V-Track complies with the rules set within FMCSA's requirements for ELD.
Dumax ELD PT30 1.0 PT30-0 Download Download DUMAX GPS 5129240447 info@dumaxst.com http://dumaxst.com 106 EAST SIXTH STREET, SUITEE 900, AUSTIN, TX., 78701 In order for the application to transfer data through Email Services the mobile User must click the Option "Send by Email" identified as a green button in the Binnacle tab of the main screen. After doing so, the device will creaft an email with the data in the XML format containing all the driver's information as well as other required information, such as Unidentified Drivers' records, Positioning of the vehicle during the time of duty of the User during the last number of days (according to the organizational number of days which may very from 7 to 8 in total) and the vehicle's information. If the user would like to retrieve the information through Web Services, the User may click the same button, but instead, select the tab "Send Through Web Services", the user will be prompted with a text box in which he must type the official's routing code. If the user has Internet connection, the data transfer will be made through the mobile phone to the FMCSA portal. Malfunctiosn are recorded according to the Standard Coding Required for Compliance. They include Power Compliance Malfunction, Engine Syncrhonization Compliance Malfunctions and Timing Compliance Malfunctions; as well as Positioning Compliance Malfunction, Data Recording Malfunctions and Data Transfer Malfunctions. All of these, according to the rules regarding the vehicles' drivers responding or not to the ELD, the ELD having detected movement without proper management of the application and depending on the rules the driver is allowed to keep doing his or her duty. Data Recording compliance is checked through continous revision of data checksum of values. The data transfer malfunctions is registered when there are problems syncrhonizing data with the application and the required transfering. In the same manner, diagnostic events are registered prior to a malfunction code and the ELD registers a malfunction when they trespass the limits according to the rule. Unidentified driving records are registered whenever the device detects vehicle's movements for more than the specified amount of miles or minutes. These are registered and, whenever a driver is logged in to the application, is requested to review them until a driver claims them. Missing data elements diagnostics are registered when the device could not retrieve, transfer or calculate all the information required for all it's required functions. We certify the ELD Application is fully functional and provides reliable and accurate information; with proper mechanisms to avoid data tampering, modification or alteration in accordance to the FMCSA Electronic Logging Devices Rule. Thus providing a solid and proved solution to Log and Record Driver's Activities and Hour Violations as stipulated in the FMCSA rule. Under penalties of perjury, I, MARIA FERNANDA VILLARREAL AGUILAR, hereby certify on behalf of DUMAX GPS that ELD model FMB001 and version 1.0 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
PrePass ELD PPELD100 1.0 PPELD1 Download Download HELP Inc. Provider of PrePass 800-773-7277 sales@prepass.com http://www.prepass.com 101 North 1st Ave Suite 1900, Phoenix/AZ/85003 The ELD supports the telematics transfer methods. This includes Wireless Web services and Email transfer. The following is the process for a user to complete web service and email transfer: 1. Driver taps on the “Inspections” main menu. 2. Touch the menu icon in the upper right (three vertical dots) 3. Touch the “Share logs” option 4. Type in the text requested by the inspector 5. Touch either “1Send Email” button or “Send to Web Service” button Note: Until FMCSA provides beta version of email submission vendors cannot fully test the function. Malfunction Diagnostics Code Description Type P “Power compliance” malfunction Malfunction E “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction Malfunction T “Timing compliance” malfunction Malfunction L “Positioning compliance” malfunction Malfunction R “Data recording compliance” malfunction Malfunction S “Data transfer compliance” malfunction Malfunction O “Other” ELD detected malfunction Malfunction 1 “Power data diagnostic” event Diagnostic 2 “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event Diagnostic 3 “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event Diagnostic 4 “Data transfer data diagnostic” event Diagnostic 5 “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event Diagnostic 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event Diagnostic The FMCS Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures were used to develop the baseline functional requirements and the individual acceptance criteria for each piece of required functionality of the application. Extensive manual and automated testing was performed to ensure compliance during both during the initial application development and continues to be used during subsequent feature development to test for possible regressions.
P3TS P3TS 1.117 or higher TTSP3T Download Download Top Tracking System LLC 305-934-3454 info@toptrackingsystem.com http://ww.toptrackingsystem.com 12060 NW South River Dr, Medley FL 33178 To submit the Output File to an authorized safety official, the driver selects the “Export ELD Data File” from the Logbook screen. The driver, then, will select one of the following methods: - Agent External Storage: The ELD will first verify the external storage device is compatible with FMCSA specifications by validating the contents of file "ELDUSBTX.TXT". After positive validation the ELD will save the data file on the FMCSA-provided external storage device. - Bluetooth Transfer: After selecting this option, the authorized safety official will pair and verify PIN with the driver. Once the Bluetooth devices are paired, the safety official’s technology equipment will transfer the output file to the FMCSA website using Web services. - FMCSA web service: This option securely communicates to FMCSA's end-point ad obtains submission ID. Low battery, network disconnection, low internal memory space, ECM data transfer failure, location sensor failure. In addition the following malfunctions are detected (and appropriate records created) by the P3TS ELD: - Power data diagnostic (diagnostic - 1) - Engine synchronization data diagnostic (diagnostic - 2) - Missing required data elements (diagnostic - 3) - Data transfer (diagnostic - 4) - Unidentified driving records data diagnostic (diagnostic - 5) - Other ELD diagnostics (diagnostic - 6 - Power compliance (malfunction - P) - Engine synchronization compliance (malfunction - E) - Timing compliance (malfunction - T) - Positioning compliance (malfunction - L) - Data recording compliance (malfunction - R) - Data transfer compliance (malfunction - S) - Other ELD malfunctions (malfunction - O) The P3TS ELD was tested on a diverse range of CMVs from different manufacturers and models as well drivers with different experience and backgrounds. Tests were also performed on different environments (indoor, outdoor, inside and outside CMVs). Procedures and areas of examinations were followed according to the “ELD Test Plan and Procedures” version 1.0 document released by FMCSA on April 25th 2016. The Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM) was used and fully verified to ensure ELD compliance. Corrective actions and regression tests were made on all Failed test results.
Xpert ELD N775G 2.1 0X2P3R Download Download XPERT-IT SOLUTIONS INC. 9056245959 info@xpertdispatch.com www.xpertdispatch.com 780 Savoy Cres, Mississauga Xpert ELD supports the following data transfer mechanisms: - Wireless Web Services - Email (As specified in Option 1 from Appendix B, section 4.9.1 of ‘The Final Rule with Technical Specifications’ posted on the FMCSA website). Here are the step-by-step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official: 1. Login to Xpert ELD with a valid driver user account 2. Navigate to the driver’s duty status records by selecting the logbook option from the main menu found at the bottom of the screen 3. Select the appropriate date (the output file will include the complete log information for the selected date and seven days prior to the selected date) 4. Press the Email button at the top of the screen 5. Enter the email address of the authorized safety official 6. Include a relevant subject and e-mail message 7. Press the send button 8. Logout Notes: - The ELD attaches the file to the email using Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) - The web services data transfer is ready but will be fully function when the Web Service portal at FMCSA is operational Thus far, Xpert ELD only supports detection of the mandatory malfunctions found in Table 4 of Appendix B in ‘The Final Rule with Technical Specifications’ posted on the FMCSA website: - Power Compliance Malfunction - Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction - Timing Compliance Malfunction - Positioning Compliance Malfunction - Data Recording Compliance Malfunction - Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction The product was tested by consulting the ‘Electronic Logging Devices Test Plan and Procedures’ document posted on the FMCSA website and performing the procedures as outlined. We certify that our android model N775G, used in conjunction with an OBDII (T373B) conforms to the ELD specifications.
!A1 ELD on Blockchain by Ezlogz Ezlogz DApp 1 v237 or newer EZDApp Download Download Ezlogz Inc (800)670-7807 support@ezlogz.com https://ezlogz.com 201 NE Park Plaza dr, suite 148, Vancouver, WA 98684 The Ezlogz !A1 ELD on Blockchain Device offers the fallowing data transfer options: Email, Officer inspection mode, Bluetooth, and Web Services (Output file). On Logbook screen of ELD driver always see's the eld icon, if any mulfunction occurs - driver will be notified with a popup describing information about the mulfunction and recomendations how driver should try to resolve/fix it and eld icon will become red. Same time information about malfunction save into user history and will be displayed in inspection display/print data, eld data file. If any mulfunctions currently active - eld icon will be red and clicking on it will show current mulfunctions infromation. Also each eld client will recieve a printout, describing possible mulfunctions, how to detect them and steps to resolve them. If need any additional information - please provide more specific question, as nowhere in eld mandate/ELD Test Plan and Procedures specified what exactly should be pointed in this field(explanation, examples) Currently implemented malfunctions: -Power data diagnostic events - if ELD is not powered and fully functional within one minute of the vehicle’s engine receiving power -Power compliance malfunctions - if ELD is not powered for an aggregated in-motion driving time of 30 minutes or more over a 24-hour period across all driver profiles -Engine synchronization data diagnostic events - if no data comes from vehicle ecu's within five seconds of the need -Engine synchronization compliance malfunctions - if no data comes from vehicle ecu's for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles. -Timing compliance malfunction - if ELD can no longer meet the underlying compliance requirement to record Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) -Positioning compliance malfunction - if ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the commercial motor vehicle moving and 60 minutes has passed(gps failure) -Data recording compliance malfunction - occurs when an ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not kept remotely by the motor carrier(memory limit, save failure) -Missing required data elements data diagnostic event - if any required data field is missing at the time of its recording(validation failure) -Data transfer data diagnostic event - if when the operation of the data transfer mechanism(s) is not confirmed(file generation failure, transfer failure) -Data transfer compliance malfunction - if ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks(file generation failure, transfer failure) -Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event - If ELD record driving event with no driver logged in for more than 30 minutes of driving time for an unidentified driver is recorded within a 24-hour period The Ezlogz techs fallowed all the FMCSA step by step procedures and came back with a positive (P) pass result. IOSIX techs fallowed all the FMCSA step by step procedures and came back with a positive (P) pass result.
Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook Android - Formerly Fleetmatics Logbook XIRGO XT-6300 Series ELD 3.14.0 or higher RAXI31 Download Download Verizon Connect 844-617-1100 Logbook@verizonconnect.com https://www.verizonconnect.com 1100 Winter Street, Suite 4600, Waltham/MA/02451 Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook uses an electronic data transfer method to deliver driver logs. The driver has an option to send the logs to FMCSA via email or web services from the application. Below are the step by step instructions: • Navigate to the Logs Sections from the Navigation bar at bottom of the Reveal ELD Logbook Mobile application • Enable Inspector Mode • Click on the download icon next to the ‘Inspector Mode’ • A pop-up appears; Driver presented with 2 options: 1. Email to logs to FMCSA or 2. Print friendly version (PDF); Select the ‘Email to logs to FMCSA’ option • Driver navigates to next screen; Select between the 2 options: 1. Email it to FMCSA 2. Web-transfer it to FMCSA • Add the routing code in the Comment field and hit the ‘Submit’ button. Note: Driver will have to enter their password to leave Inspector Mode Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook supports the following malfunctions: • Power Compliance Malfunction – This is the responsibility of the Motor Carrier and Driver to ensure that the Tablet with the Logbook Application has sufficient power to be used. • Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle ECM for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. During this time, the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven and engine hours were not accessible. • Timing Compliance Malfunction – There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes between the Reveal Server timestamp and the mobile device. • Positioning Compliance Malfunction – The GPS signal has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes in a 24 hour period. • Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device is unable to properly record required data due to not enough storage space on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and events that have not been uploaded might be lost. • Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction – The automatic data transfer check (that is performed once every 24 hours) has failed. This statement is to certify that the Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook Android application and the hardware unit (XIRGO XT-6300 Series) combined offering is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) Electronic Logging Device (“ELD”) for Hours-Of-Service (“HOS”) Requirements (“FMCSA ELD Requirements”), 49 CFR Part 395 Subpart B. The Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook offering has gone through extensive testing using the distributed testing procedures as outlined by the FMCSA , along with additional field/drive testing. Using this offering, customers are able to record, transmit and store all hours of service information according to the functional requirements as detailed in the FMCSA regulations noted above.
HCSSELDIOS GEO84A 1816.181017 GEO84A Download Download HCSS 7132704000 sales@hcss.com www.hcss.com 13151 W Airport Blvd, Sugar Land/Texas/77478 HCSS eLogs provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables HCSS eLogs to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The HCSS eLogs ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the HCSS eLogs ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The HCSS eLogs ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HCSS eLogs ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
CarrierWeb CarrierMate CM9000 CM9000 4.33.3 and above CW9000 Download Download CarrierWeb LLC 404-762-1995 info.us@carrierweb.com http://www.carrierweb.com 200 Technology Ct., Suite E, Smyrna, GA, 30082 The CM9000 implements the Telematics option for data transfer at roadside inspection. In addition, the unit provides for a backup method of displaying ELD data when onsite communications is not possible. There are two choices, display ‘on screen’ – used if device has been installed to allow for passing out of vehicle, or ‘print’ to utilize the optional printer when device is installed in a way that does not al low for passing outside the vehicle. Additionally, the CM9000 allows for E-Log history to be emailed or faxed to an address provided by the inspector. Telematics option – FMCSA Secure Webservice and FMCSA Secure Email: 1. Press the green ‘ELD’ button on the main menu of the MDT. 2. Press the ‘ELD’ tab at the top of the screen. 3. Press the ‘Inspect’ button on lower left bottom of the screen. 4. Choose either the option ‘FMCSA Secure Webservice’ or ‘FMCSA secure email’ as directed by inspector. 5. Touch ‘Press Here’ on the screen and enter the output file comment information as instructed by inspector. 6. Press ‘Send’ at screen bottom. Back up methods – Display on screen or print 1. Press the green ‘ELD’ button on the main menu of the MDT. 2. Press the ‘ELD’ tab at the top of the screen. 3. Press the ‘Inspect’ button on lower left bottom of the screen. 4. If passing unit out of cab – choose ‘On Screen’ from the inspection options choice screen and hand the device to roadside official. 5. Roadside official reads instructions on device regarding navigating the screen to choose days/reports and chooses ‘Next’ and reviews data. 6. If using print option – driver chooses ‘Print’ from the inspection options choice screen and hands the printed output to the roadside official. Standard Email or Fax 1. Press the green ‘ELD’ button on the main menu of the MDT. 2. Press the ‘ELD’ tab at the top of the screen. 3. Press the ‘Inspect’ button on lower left bottom of the screen. 4. Press ‘Insecure Email’ or ‘Insecure Fax’ 5. Touch ‘Press Here’ and enter the email address or fax number provided by the roadside inspector. 6. Press ‘Send’ at bottom screen. MDT Malfunctions Power Malfunction, Reason: The events in a 24 hour period. MDT has detected that it has been driven for 30 minutes without creating driving records., Solution: Check the connection to the Canbus (ECU), and check that the MDT is always powered before driving. Contact your carrier and revert to paper logs. Engine Sync Malfunction, Reason: The MDT has detected that it has missed data from the ECU for at least 30 minutes over a 24 hour period., Solution: Check the connection to the Canbus (ECU), and check that the MDT is always powered before driving. Contact your carrier and revert to paper logs. Timing Sync Malfunction, Reason: The MDT has failed to sync the clock with either the server, or GPS for too long, and it is possible that the clock may not be correct., Solution: Check the connection to the internet and GPS antenna - the malfunction should clear once a valid Fix is obtained. Contact your carrier and revert to paper logs. Position Sync Malfunction, Reason: The MDT has been driven for too long without a GPS Fix., Solution: Check the GPS antenna - the malfunction should clear once a valid Fix is obtained. Contact your carrier and revert to paper logs. Data Recording Malfunction, Reason: The MDT cannot record any more ELD Events., Solution: An internal fault has occurred in the MDT which will need to be serviced. Contact your carrier and revert to paper logs. Data Transfer Malfunction, Reason: The MDT has failed to contact the FMCSA too many times to test the remote roadside inspection connection., Solution: Check the connection to the internet. Contact your carrier and revert to paper logs. Data Diagnostic Malfunctions Power Event, Reason: The MDT has detected that it has been driven without creating events., Solution: Check the connection to the Canbus (ECU), and check that the MDT is always powered before driving. Engine Sync Event, Reason: The MDT has detected that it is not receiving the required data from the vehicle ECU., Solution: Check the connection to the Canbus (ECU), and check that the MDT is always powered before driving. Missing Data Event, Reason: The MDT is missing required data for one or more events., Solution: Check the connection to the GPS antenna, or edit the events and add the missing data. Data Transfer Event, Reason: The MDT has failed to contact the FMCSA to test the remote roadside inspection connection., Solution: Check the connection to the internet. Unidentified Driving Event, Reason: The MDT has recorded driving when no driver was logged in., Solution: Always login before driving. You should also assuming the unidentified driving time if you are responsible for it when prompted after login. The CarrierWeb CM9000 ELD has been tested according to the procedures documented in the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures manual dated 10/17/2016 Version 2.0 found on www.fmcsa.dot.gov. We confirm that the device meets the ELD requirements under the conditions in which the ELD will be used.
E-Log Plus IOSI iOSver ELP-iOS100i 1.0.1805.180731 ELP041 Download Download E-Log Plus 877-843-4773 info@e-logplus.com http://www.e-logplus.com PO Box 201865, San Antonio Texas 78220 The E-Log Plus provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the E-Log Plus to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Description of the supported and certified data transfer mechanisms and step-by-step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official The E-Log Plus ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the E-Log Plus ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The E-Log Plus ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The E-Log Plus ELD was installed on various types and sizes of iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the iOSI, Digi WVA engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
CarmaLink ELD RHA10X0X v1.0+ RHA10X Download Download CarmaLink, Inc. (888) 562-4515 sales@carmalink.com http://www.carmalink.com 418 Broadway, Suite 4, Albany, NY 12207 Supports email and web-services. To initiate data transfer: (1) Touch the "DOT Inspection" button on the User Dashboard screen (2) Touch the "SEND TO DOT" button on the DOT Inspection screen (3) Enter an optional comment, and touch SEND (4) Ensure the tablet is connected to the transponder for data transfer to complete This product supports the following malfunctions: (1) Power compliance (2) Engine synchronization (3) Timing compliance (4) Positioning compliance (5) Data recording compliance (6) Data transfer compliance We certify that this product has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
PS Enterprise ELD PS5000C 3.3+ PS5000 Download Download Platform Science (858) 365-3356 eld@platformscience.com https://www.platformscience.com/ 4225 Executive Square, Suite 1400, La Jolla, CA 92037 Supported Mechanisms: Wireless Web Services, Email Instructions: Driver goes to HOS Tab >> DOT Inspection : Log Transfer Button. The driver is then prompted for transfer type (Web Services or Email), inspector's file output comments, confirm date range and submit. Malfunction/Diagnostic Code P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction (I.E Wifi Connection) Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event 4 -“Data transfer data diagnostic” event 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event 6 -“Other” ELD identified diagnostic event (I.E Wifi Connection) Platform Science certifies that the hours of service application satisfies all requirements of ELD.
Samsara ELD VG 1.1.8+ SAMELD Download Download Samsara (415) 985-2400 eld@samsara.com https://www.samsara.com/eld 444 De Haro St, Suite 101, San Francisco CA 94107 Samsara's ELD solution supports Option 1 (Telematics Transfer methods) of 4.9.1 of Appendix A to Subpart B of 49 CFR 395. Using the Samsara Driver app, drivers can initiate a data transfer using wireless webservices or using email. Drivers can initiate a data transfer via the "one-touch" DOT Inspection button on the HOS main page. This will allow for an Officer to review logs via the the mobile display , or transfer logs via webservices or email as desired. Samsara's ELD system self-monitors for all appropriate malfunctions as specified in Appendix A section 4.6. Also as required in section 4.6, when a malfunction is detected, it is reported as required in ELD data file(s) and visually indicated on the ELD system as required by 4.6.2.1. Samsara's ELD was tested according to the ELD Compliance Test Plan and Procedures provided by the FMCSA to ELD Manufacturers at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/hours-service/elds/eld-test-procedures. Samsara test personnel performed each required test according to the provided test steps in order to verify that the actual test outcome matched the expected test outcome as provided.
TruckingOffice ELD 1.00 1.00 TO_ELD Download Download TruckingOffice 8002539647 sales@truckingoffice.com www.truckingoffice.com 1635 Heritage Lake Dr, Centerville OH 45458 A logged in user must go to the dashboard, select Roadside Inspection, then choose either "Inspection Report Email Request" to email the Inspection Report, or "Inspection Report Web Service Request" to send the Inspection Report via web service. The Trucking Office ELD monitors for the following malfunctions: power compliance, engine synchronization, timing compliance, position compliance, and data transfer compliance. We certify that our model 1.0, used in conjunction with our Android or IOS app with BLE 4 capabilities conforms to the ELD specifications.
GPSTab ELD Edition GELDN01 GELDNA1.0 GNA001 Download Download Utech Inc. 888-228-4460 sales@utechcorp.com www.utechcorp.com 2100 W. 21st Street, Broadview, IL 60155 *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases data transfer mechanism with colors and visual cues. INSPECTION GPSTab ELD Edition provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TO PRODUCE LOGS ON THE SCREEN: 1. Tap on the Menu icon on the top left. 2. Select Inspection Module from the Menu. 3. To let an authorized safety official inspect your logs directly from your device, tap Begin Inspection. 4. Give the authorized safety official your mobile device. 5. Tap the Back arrow on the top left to exit Inspection Module. TO EMAIL OR FAX LOGS TO THE AUTHORIZED SAFETY OFFICIAL: 1. Tap Send Logs from Inspection Module screen. 2. Tap the checkbox next to each log you want to send. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email or Fax tab. 4. Enter the email address or fax number of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap Send to email your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the GPSTab ELD Edition App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official with hard copy. GPSTab – ELD Edition is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases Malfunctions with colors and visual cues. How does the driver know if GPSTab ELD is malfunctioning? The GPSTab ELD device has LED lights to simply indicate its status to the driver. DURING INSTALLATION NO LIGHTS Device Not Plugged into the truck's diagnostic port. BLUE SOLID (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Receiving ECM data. BLUE BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The Adapter is waiting for the application to connect. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is connected but the Adapter is waiting for the ECMs. Most likely this is because the key is off. DURING ELD OPERATION BLUE SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time record is recorded. GREEN SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time a record is recorded. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data but waiting for ECM data. Most likely the key is off. WHAT DOES THE DRIVER NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. Contact UTECH support immediately after discovering a malfunction at 888-228-4460 or support@utechcorp.com to troubleshoot the issue. 2. Provide written notice to your fleet management within 24 hours of malfunction discovery. 3. Keep a paper log for that day and until ELD is repaired or replaced. WHAT DOES THE FLEET NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. A motor carrier must take action to correct the malfunction of the ELD within 8 days of discovery of the malfunction or a driver’s notification to the motor carrier, whichever occurs first. 2. Upon notification by fleet manager, UTECH will send a new device. 3. If a motor carrier needs a time extension, they must notify the FMCSA Division Administrator for the State of the motor carrier’s principal place of business within five days after a driver notifies the motor carrier according to the guidelines set forth in § 395.34 (2). GPSTab ELD Edition will monitor and report malfunction data based on section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction We have used the suggested Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document, version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 provided by FMCSA to conduct testing of GPSTab ELD Edition. Upon completion of necessary tests outlined in the above named document we certify that GPSTab ELD Edition meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. Tests under the following categories have been conducted and passed (P): Accounts Inputs Vehicle Interface Processing Monitoring Recording Outputs Data Transfer
BluAgent ELD Android & IOSix 1.0.1805.14123 BA0001 Download Download BLUAGENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC (619)-878-5852 david@bluagent.com http://bluagent.com/ 9765 Marconi Drive Suite 200M, 9765 MARCONI DRIVE SUITE 200M, SAN DIEGO, CA 92154 The BluAgent Electronic Logbook provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the BluAgent Electronic Logbook to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the <VBUS Device Name (ex: Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, Pacific Track)> engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Rapid On The GO! Rapid GO! Tab 1.1.20 or higher ROTGO! Download Download Rapid Apps Group, LLC 303.500.3050 vesko@rapidappsinc.com http://rapidappsinc.com 4393 Pierson Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 Telematics Option 1: Web Service and E-mail Data Transfer Process Here are the exact steps of how this happens through our ELD mobile application: 1. Driver must open the mobile app Rapid On the GO! from its device desktop icon 2. Driver must login to the app using his Company's Client ID, Username, Password and Language choice. 3. Driver must press on a button titled "DOT". visible on the home screen after login 4. Driver must choose the number of log days he wishes to display to the safety official from a collection of possible choices: 8 Days, 7 days, 6-Days, 5-Days. 5. Driver must press on the "Generate Report" button that follows after step 4 6. Once the report is generated, the Driver can show the screen of the device to the safety official for a visual audit of the generated driving log report. 7. At bottom of the report there will be 2 buttons: - Send Report - Send Email Driver/Official may press on either of the two buttons to send the DOT HOS report to the FMCSA. Pressing the "Send Report" button will send the DOT HOS report using the web service endpoints located at https://eldws.fmcsa.dot.gov. Pressing the "Email Report" button will send the DOT HOS report using the secure e-mail process to fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov. In the event that an ELD malfunctions, the driver is required to immediately begin completing a paper log and to reconstruct logs for each of the past 7 days, unless the driver already possesses the records or the records are retrievable from the ELD. ELDs must be repaired within 8 days, subject to an FMCSA-approved extension. All diagnostic malfunction codes are being handled through a 3rd party DOT-compliant device called "GeoTab". These diagnostic events and their codes could be captured using our ELD mobile application ROTG and displayed as part of the rolling daily DOT HOS logs. Here is a summary of all the malfunctions codes that are capable of being captured: P - Power Compliance Error E - Engine Synchronization Compliance Error T - Timing Compliance Error L - Geo-positioning Compliance Error R - Data Recording Compliance Error S - Data Transfer Compliance Error O - Other Compliance Issues 1 - Power Data Diagnostic Event 2 - Engine Synchronization Data Diagnostic Event 3 - Missing Required Data Elements Diagnostic Event 4 - Data Transfer Diagnostic Event 5 - Unidentified Data Transfer Records Diagnostic Event 6 - Other Diagnostic Events The product was tested through a Q&A process between on-field operators navigating concrete pumping equipment through the use of an ELD device bundled with the mobile application Rapid On The GO! The generated ELD Report File was tested without errors using the publicly provided FMCSA online validator located at: https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov/ELD/Tools/Validator We certify that our mobile application Rapid On The GO! version, used in conjunction with AT&T tablet SAMSUNG-SM-T337A and any GeoTab Hardware Unit conforms to the ELD specifications.
SHIELD SHI767 V 1.0 or higher SHI767 Download Download United Bus Technology 202-681-5508 shield@ubt.io http://www.unitedbustech.com/ 7926 Johns Branch Dr suite 630, Mclean/va/22102 With one simple click, the SHIELD system will automatically generate a one-page display of the driver daily HOS log during a roadside inspection. And on each CMV, there will be a one-page double-sided inspection card to teach both driver and inspector how to review and transfer the driver’s HOS data. Procedures for a driver to display and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official are as follows: 1. Driver logs in to the assigned ELD account by using his/her unique user ID and password. 2. Click DOT tab on the menu bar to start roadside inspection mode. 3. SHIELD generates a one-page driver daily log, including daily header, 24 hours HOS graph grid, and daily events logs. 4. Click the forward and backward arrow to view current day and the last 7 days’ driver HOS log. 5. Click Send Logs to transfer the generated ELD data electronically via either Email or Web Service. All malfunctions are coded per ELD mandates, such as code 1 – ‘Power data diagnostic’ event, code P – ‘Power compliance’ malfunction, etc. Any detected malfunctions will be recorded under the driver’s daily log. A malfunction warning sign will also appear on the driver’s account dashboard to notice the driver. The malfunctions’ codes and the way to determine are as follows: 1 – ‘Power data diagnostic’ event The ELD is not powered and has not become fully functional in 1 minute after the vehicle’s engine turn on or lost power while vehicle’s engine stays powered. P – ‘Power compliance’ malfunction The ELD is not powered for an aggregated in-motion driving time of 30 minutes or more over a 24-hour period across all driver profiles. 2 – ‘Engine synchronization data diagnostic’ event The ELD loses ECM connectivity to any of the required data sources (engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven, and engine hours) and can no longer acquire updated values for the required ELD parameters within five (5) seconds of the need. E – ‘Engine synchronization compliance’ malfunction ECM connectivity to any of the required data sources (engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven, and engine hours) is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles. 3 – ‘Missing required data elements data diagnostic’ event Record a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. 4 – ‘Data transfer data diagnostic’ event If the monitoring mechanism fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism(s), an ELD must record a data transfer data diagnostic event and enter an unconfirmed data transfer mode. S – ‘Data transfer compliance’ malfunction After an ELD records a data transfer data diagnostic event, the ELD must increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24-hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. 5 – ‘Unidentified driving records data diagnostic’ event If more than 30 minutes of driving in a 24-hour period show unidentified driver on the ELD, the ELD must detect and record an unidentified driving records data diagnostic event and the data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged in to that ELD for the current 24-hour period and the following 7 days. T – ‘Timing compliance’ malfunction The ELD time has absolute deviation from UCT that is exceed 10 minutes at any point in time. L – ‘Positioning compliance’ malfunction The ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement when it requests to gather the location info. When such elapsed time of fails exceeds a cumulative 60 minutes over a 24-hour period, the ELD set and record a positioning compliance malfunction. R – ‘Data recording compliance’ malfunction The ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. We certify that the our ELD application and related hardware have been tested to meet the FMCSA's ELD test procedures by using document Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures, published by FMCSA.
CloudHawk ELD CELD01 1.0.1816.181015 CELD01 Download Download Spark Technology Labs Inc. 1-888-472-3255 info@cloudhawk.com www.cloudhawk.com 680-D Davenport Rd., Waterloo, ON N2V 2C3 The CloudHawk ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the CloudHawk ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. - Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. - Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. - Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The CloudHawk ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the CloudHawk ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: - Power Malfunction - Engine Synchronization Malfunction - Timing Malfunction - Position Malfunction - Data Recording Malfunction - Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The CloudHawk ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The CloudHawkELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris whereQube engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
SyncUP FLEET HOS SyncUP FLEET HOS 1.0 5.7.1711.XXX or up TMOELD Download Download T-Mobile USA, Inc. 425-383-8383 SyncUpFleet@T-Mobile.com https://www.t-mobile.com/ 3625 132nd Ave SE, Bellevue, WA, 98006 Our data transfer description for drivers is outlined in this document: https://drive.google.com/a/geotabinc.com/file/d/0Bx-Ij37uV33ISkhaUzdZM09WR3M/view?usp=sharing Data Transfer Description: SyncUP FLEET HOS supports the telematics (electronic) data transfer method via wireless Web services and email. To enable this during a roadside inspection, the following steps will apply: 1. Upon launching the SyncUP FLEET HOS, select HOS from the Dashboard. 2. From the top bar, select the Options tab and scroll to the bottom of the page. 3. Select the Transfer button next to Transfer logs, then choose between email or Web services. Drivers may need to enter an output file comment provided by the inspector. Our malfunctions description for drivers is outlined in this document: https://drive.google.com/a/geotabinc.com/file/d/0Bx-Ij37uV33IMS1RZkdUZjZOdjQ/view?usp=sharing Summary of Malfunctions: Malfunction Code P: Power data malfunction: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM or alternative sources, and data record history to identify instances when it might not have complied with the power requirements. Driver’s actions for when a power data malfunction occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. Contact your carrier to get the install inspected if you’re unable to check yourself. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code E: Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: An ELD must set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction, if connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles. Driver’s actions for when an engine synchronization compliance malfunction occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. Contact your carrier to get the install inspected if you’re unable to check yourself. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code T: Timing compliance malfunction: The ELD must periodically cross-check its time with an external UTC source, and must record a timing compliance malfunction when it can no longer meet the underlying timing requirement of less than 10 minutes’ time deviation. Driver’s actions for when a timing compliance malfunction occurs: Check your mobile device’s phone time. Ensure it is set to acquire time automatically. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code L: Positioning Compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within five miles of the CMV’s movement. When such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 minutes over a 24-hour period, the ELD must set and record a positioning compliance malfunction. Driver’s actions for when a positioning Compliance malfunction occurs: This can be caused by temporary or permanent loss of GPS by the SyncUP FLEET device. Contact your carrier to get the install inspected. If problem still persists, replace the SyncUP FLEET device. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code R: Data recording compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events, or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. Driver’s actions for when a data recording compliance malfunction occurs: Contact your carrier to get in touch with Support as soon as possible. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code S: Data transfer compliance malfunction: After an ELD records a data transfer data diagnostic event, the ELD must increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24-hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. Driver’s actions for when a data transfer compliance malfunction occurs: Check your internet connection. If problem persists, contact your carrier. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code O: “Other” ELD identified malfunction: The other ELD identified malfunction is not supported. Diagnostic Code: 1 Power data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM and data record history to identify instances when it may not have complied with the power requirements. Driver’s actions for when a power data diagnostic occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. Once investigated and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 2 Engine synchronization diagnostic: An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM, and must record an engine synchronization data diagnostics event, when it no longer can acquire values for the ELD parameters required for records within five seconds. Driver’s actions for when an engine synchronization diagnostic occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. This may also be caused if the ELD is unable to pick up the required engine data from the vehicle ECM. Contact your carrier if the problem persists. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type, and must record a missing data element and data diagnostics event for the driver, if any required field is missing at the time of recording. Driver’s actions for when a missing required data elements data diagnostic occurs: This can be caused by the creation of a manual log by the driver when there is temporary loss of GPS by the SyncUP FLEET device. If the driver does not enter an address manually when prompted by the “Where was this?” message, this diagnostic will be created. It can be resolved by selecting the “Where was this?” associated with the record and manually entering the missing data. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 4 Data transfer data diagnostic: An ELD must implement in-service monitoring functions to verify that the data transfer mechanism(s) are continuing to function properly. An ELD must verify this functionality at least once every seven days. Driver’s actions for when a data transfer data diagnostic occurs: Check your internet connection. If problem persists, contact your carrier. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic: If more than 30 minutes of driving in a 24-hour period shows unidentified driver on the ELD, the ELD must detect and record an unidentified driving record data diagnostic event, and the data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged in to that ELD for the current 24-hour period and the following seven days. Driver’s actions for when an unidentified driving records data occurs: Review all unassigned logs when logging in or logging out of the vehicle and ensure you have claimed any logs that may be applicable to yourself. If the unassigned logs are not yours, you can ignore this diagnostic event. Please note this event will automatically clear itself as logs get claimed. Diagnostic Code: 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic: The other ELD identified is not supported. Driver’s actions for when an “other” ELD identified diagnostic occurs: The other ELD identified is not supported. T-Mobile certifies that its SyncUP FLEET HOS device and application have been tested by the original equipment manufacturer for compliance with the FMCSA regulations.
1701 NCX ELD NCX1701 2.3.1 RFS6T7 Download Download National Carrier Exchange 213 232 8687 support@NationalCarrierExchange.com https://www.NationalCarrierExchange.com 5757 W Century Blvd, Suite 700-1, Los Angeles, CA 90045 1. In the "My Log" page of the mobile application, select the "Transfer Logs" button. 2. Select the dates for the Logs you wish to transfer by tapping the date boxes. 3. To transfer by Email, tap the "Email" section. The Email will be automatically entered in the email field and your logs will be ready to be emailed. Tap the green transfer button to complete the transfer. 4. If the inspector asks to use Web Services, they will provide a routing code. After you enter the routing code, the last 8 days of your logs will be transferred to the FMCSA, where the inspector can review them. Hardware Function Displays: Connection (Green Status Light) Cellular Network (Yellow Status Light) Bluetooth Connection (Blue Status Light) GNSS Position Fix (Red Status Light) Unauthorized Movement (Audio Alert) Each status indicator will show a live display of the monitored state of that portion of the ELD. The Software Application running on the Driver's Mobile Device will provide additional data in the event of any malfunctions, such as Compliance Malfunctions and Data Diagnostic Event Detections. Specifically, these are the errors described in TABLE 4 (Page 89), using the provided coding system for Malfunctions and Diagnostic Events: P: Power Compliance malfunction E: Engine Synchronization Compliance malfunction T: Timing Compliance malfunction L: Positioning Compliance malfunction R: Data Recording Compliance malfunction S: Data Transfer Compliance malfunction O: Other ELD-Detected malfunction 1: Power Data Diagnostic event 2: Engine Synchronization Data Diagnostic event 3: Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic event 4: Data Transfer Data Diagnostic event 5: Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic event 6: Other ELD-Identified Diagnostic event Throughout the development process, we have tested this model of device in a different makes and models of trucks, under a wide variety of use conditions and have corrected all bugs and errors that such testing has revealed through a continuous, iterative development process. At this point, we consider the device's hardware and software ready to release for use by the Trucking Industry. We hereby certify that this device is compliant to meet the requirements imposed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's Electronic Logging Device Mandate of December 2015, and any subsequent updates and amendments that have been released to date.
EPG Connect iOS Tablet EPG ELD 3 1.3 EPGIOS Download Download EPG Solutions 7275073130 info@epgsolutions.net http://www.epgsolutions.net 13141 66th St. N, Largo, FL 33782 EPG Connect uses the telematics data transfer option. Driver will select the "Email Logs" link or the "Transfer Logs" link on the Roadside Inspection page to share the records via email or web services, and enter the required output comments. User manual includes instructions and screenshots of the application. EPG Connect will recognize the main malfunctions: 1. Power Malfunction: No power information from ECM while Vehicle is in motion for an aggregated 30 minutes or more, over a 24-hour period. 2. Engine Synchronization: No engine information or no link to the vehicle ECM, for more than an aggregated 30 minutes during a 24-hour period. 3. Timing: Unable to verify its timing accuracy. 4. Positioning: No valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement, while the malfunction persists for 60 minutes over a 24-hour period. 5. Data Recording: No recording or retaining of required events or no ability to retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise stored remotely. 6. Other: All other malfunctions not covered in the previous categories. Data Test Malfunctions: EPG Connect has been tested to verify the data transfer functionality and the data output file, using the FMCSA data file checker. The web service transfer was tested in house, utilizing the FMSCA web service coding schema. Additionally, the data transfer through email was tested in house utilizing FMCSA email format as guide, to check for functionality and correct format to include the Data Transfer check will occur once every 7 days automatically, without driver input. If data transfer is not able to complete the self-test, EPG Connect will start checking every 24 hours. After 3 failed data transfer checks, EPG Connect will save the event as data transfer malfunction. The malfunctions are programmed using FMCSA technical documentation as a guide. I am certifying that EPG Solutions, EPG Connect, has been tested to the best of my knowledge, to meet the functional requirements included in the ELD specifications, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used. The testing was done on J1939 capable vehicles, and utilizing the FMCSA testing procedures document as guide. I am self-certifying that EPG Connect ELD constitutes an electronic signature conveying acceptance of the rules of behavior in FMCSA mandate.
Super Dispatch ELD PT30_953C 1.0.0 2Xy8aB Download Download Super Dispatch 816-974-7002 support@mysuperdispatch.com https://www.mysuperdispatch.com/ 905 McGee St #210, Kansas City, MO 64106, Kansas City/ MO/ 64106 Super Dispatch's ELD supports the telematics option for data transfer via Web Service and Email. To generate a report, and transfer it to an authorized safety official, the driver needs to do the following: 1. Tap on the "Inspection" button at the top of Super Dispatch's Hours of Service section. This will bring you to Inspection Mode. 2. Once in Inspection Mode, select "Send via Web Service." 3. Type any comments you would like to associate with the inspection before it is sent. This is an output file comment. 4. Tap "OK" or "Send" after your comment to continue. 5. Or choose “Send via Email.” and enter an output file comment. 6. Click “Send” and the report will be sent to the FMCSA email. List of supported malfunctions: 1. Power compliance 2. Engine synchronization compliance 3. Timing compliance 4. Positioning compliance 5. Data recording compliance 6. Data transfer compliance 7. Other Under penalties of perjury, I, Jahongir Rahmonov, hereby certify on behalf of Super Dispatch that ELD model PT30_953C and version 1.0.0 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
Qv21 ELD Compliance Module Qv21ELD V2.26 TN0262 Download Download Qv21 Technologies, Inc. 855-853-7821 eld@qv21.com http://www.qv21.com 609 Castle Ridge Rd, Suite 320, Austin, TX 78746 Qv21 Technologies will use 4.9.1 (1) Option 1 - Telematics transfer methods. Transfer the electronic data using both (i) Wireless Web services, and (ii) Email, as described below: 1. Onscreen Log Inspection a. To let an official inspect the driver logs from the handset, the driver would tap on the ‘graph’ icon from the tools bar or select from the dropdown. This will bring up the driver logs. The driver would hand the handset to the safety official for inspection. 2. Driver Log Review a. A safety official can review Current, Summary (history), and Changes by selecting the desired tab to see the graphs and also by scrolling on the associated records. 3. Qv21 uses the Web services option for transferring data to the FMCSA server. a. Once the official has reviewed the logs on the handset, they can have the driver simply tap on the ‘transmit logs’ button to transfer data via Web services using a routing code provided by the safety official. Malfunction/Diagnostic Bluetooth Comms Power Power TN * 10/1000 Power TN & Power Asset Normal CAN Fail * SD Fail * GPS Fail * BT Connected BT Not Connected BT Fail * Normal Diagnostic * 400/400 duty cycle Malfunction * 750/750 duty cycle No SD card or card failure * * 800/400 duty cycle BT startup failure * * * 800/400 duty cycle Driving without login * * * * 250/250 duty cycle Firmware update started * Flashing firmware * Validating firmware * Firmware update complete * * * * 3 seconds then reboot Firmware update failed * * * * 3 seconds then reboot The company certifies the Qv21 ELD Compliance Module is compliant based on various forms of successful testing including a CMV simulator, installation and testing in an actual CMV, and the successful completion of the extensive and detailed ELD Test Plan as provided by the FMCSA.
ELD Target TEST000010 1.1 ELD001 Download Download Alexis Meyer +55 21 96707-4127 alexis.meyer@targetamericas.com http://www.targetamericas.com/ alexis.meyer@targetamericas.com, Mitre 1319 Florida Oeste, Buenos Aires, 1603 The supported data transfer for ELD records are Web Service and Mail Insytructions to send the record Logs: 1.Log in to the Application 2.Navigate to inspection section 3.Tap on "Send Logs" and chose the method “Web Service” or “Mail” EnablELD monitors the compliance for detectable malfunctions. When a malfunction is detected it appears on the bottom bar a "Malfunction icon" then when you touch it you see the error description: No Power (P) Engine Connection Malfunction (E) Timing malfunction (T) Position Malfunction (L) ELD Disconnection from App (R) Data Transfer Problem (S) We certified the TargetELD through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The TargetELD was certified installed on various types of Android and Apple phones, tested by few of the test procedures
InTouch ELD - iOS CalAmp 4230 1621.6202 or higher IELD01 Download Download InTouch (800) 881-6343 eld@intouchgps.com http://www.InTouchGPS.com 439 S Florida Ave STE 100B, Lakeland, FL 33801 The InTouch ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the InTouch ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The InTouch ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the InTouch ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. InTouch ELD was tested in compliance with the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures
Versalog V1000 1.2.0 VERSA1 Download Download Brian Martin 813-803-3332 info@versabitllc.com http://versabitllc.com 3965 Aldea Way, Wesley Chapel, Fl 33543 Web Service and Email transfer are supported. Driver clicks "Law Enforcement Export" button on device dashboard. They may then either hand the device to the enforcement official to complete the process or enter the output file comment and select the method of transfer. Either option will use the devices internet connection to sync all driver data with Versabit servers where the output file will be generated and transferred via the selected method to FMCSA. Our eld generates standard coding for required compliance malfunctions and data diagnostic event detection in line with table 4 appendix B of the FMCSA ELD rules. Standard alphabet codes P, E, T, L, R, S, O are used for Malfunctions and standard numeric codes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 are used for Data Diagnostic Events. I Brian Martin certify the information provided is current and compliant to the fullest extent of my knowledge. We tested our ELD against all criteria in the ELD testing procedures documentation and with multiple customers. Our testing procedures are well documented and passed the requirements set forth in the ELD rules.
"Journey 8" iGBL J8R v .56 and newer IGBW61 Download Download iGlobal LLC 734-585-7878 info@igloballlc.com www.igloballlc.com 315 NE 14th Street, Ocala FL 34470 The Journey 8 R supports Wireless Web Service and Email transmission of the ELD Output file for Data Transmission. To create an output file for Transmission, the user will need to press the ELD Transmission button that is located on the Menu Bar on the Top of all screens on the ELD. When this button is pressed, the user will be have the ability to enter an output file comment and chose Wireless Web Transmission or Email Transmission. Once the Transmission type is pressed a request is generated on the ELD to generate an output file and then to send to the selected transfer mechanism. The user will also have the ability to display their Daily Header and Event list to an authorized safety office by accessing the Elog tile, selecting review logs and then choosing Daily header or Event List. From the review logs screen the user and authorized safety official will also be able to view the drivers daily log graph. The summary of malfunctions is as follows: Power Compliance Malfunction - Created when there is a aggregated In-Motion Driving time understatement of 30 minutes or more Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction - Created when connectivity to the ECM data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. Timing Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD time exceeded a 10 minute deviation from the Coordinated Universal Time Positioning Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the trucks movement and has elapsed a cumulative 60 minutes in a 24-hour period Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – Created when ELD is no longer able to record/retain events or retrieve recorded logs. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD has stayed in an unconfirmed data transfer mode for three consecutive monitoring checks. Other ELD Malfunction - Created when ELD has failed to Synch logs The software used in the Journey 8 tablet is the same software we already put through rigorous testing before we registered the EDGE MDT, but the hardware is different. I certify that both the hardware and software have been sufficiently tested and meet all known requirements of the ELD Mandate. New testing was completed with the tablet to ensure every test case passed.
Hours Of Service Android & Geometris 1615.5628 or higher HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELD Fleet Android & GenEx GNX-6 1621.6202 or Higher ELDFLT Download Download GPS Trackit (866) 320-5810 FleetAdvisor@GPSTrackit.net https://gpstrackit.com/eld-fleet/ 27244 Vía Industria, Temecula, CA, 92590 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Malfunctions The ELD Fleet™ ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD Fleet™ ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELD Fleet™ ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Fleet™ ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the GenEx GNX-6 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Stoneridge EZ-ELD ELD1.0 App 1.0 or higher EZELD1 Download Download Stoneridge Inc. (844) 221-4353 ez.eld@stoneridge.com www.electronic-loggingdevice.com 39675 MacKenzie Drive, Suite 400, Novi, Michigan 48377 EZ-ELD supports Option 1 described on the FMCSA regulation - Telematic type. The device can transfer data by either wireless web services or email, There is also a standard graphical HOS display for roadside inspections. The EZ-ELD has a simple single-step data transfer process so the user can quickly send driver records to authorized officials during inspections. In the Mobile Application, the user can tap the “inspection icon” in the top right corner of the screen, or from the left side menu tap “DOT Inspection”. After that, the data transfer options -ON SCREEN, EMAIL or WEBSERVICE- are presented and can be selected by tapping the corresponding button, starting the data transfer or ON SCREEN inspection. Note that once the SEND button is tapped on the App, a command is sent to the EZ-ELD Back Office Software to then automatically send the required data to the FMCSA. If an authorized safety official provides a key phrase or code during an inspection, this can be included as a comment in the ELD record. In addition the data transfer process can also be performed through the Back Office web based software located at https://www.ez-eldsoftware.com. For that, a support account is needed. After the login the support user can select “transfer data” from the left side menu to start the data transfer process. After the selection, the support user is presented with options to select the transfer method - email or web service -, the desired period and the selected driver profiles. The Malfunction codes used by the EZ-ELD strictly follow the FMCSA ELD mandate requirements and conditions; a brief summary of the used codes is presented below. Error Code: P Power Compliance Malfunction This code indicates an error in the initialization of the EZ ELD due to an internal hardware or firmware fault. Error Code: E Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction This code indicates that the EZ-ELD did not receive vehicle diagnostic information from the diagnostic data bus due to a faulty connection, incompatible protocol or absence of necessary data. Error Code: T Timing Compliance Malfunction This code indicates a problem with the internal clock of the device due to an internal error or lack of initial GPS lock. Error Code: L Positioning Compliance Malfunction This code indicates a problem with GPS positional data due to lack of signal or not meeting the requirements from the ELD mandate. Error Code: R Data Record Compliance Malfunction This code indicates a problem with data recording on the device due to lack of storage space, hardware or software faults. The error code will be triggered when the records reach 95% of the available storage space. Error Code: S Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction This code indicates a problem with the data transfer synchronization between the EZ-ELD device and the Back Office web system. The EZ-ELD system was built by Stoneridge in accordance and to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used. The EZ-ELD product was tested strictly following all the procedures described in the file: ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_10_17_2016_0.pdf (Electronic Logging Device ELD Test Plan and Procedures). The tests were performed by our internal validation team comprised of software and hardware design engineers. All the tests results, procedures and history are stored electronically and available for analysis, including all the bugs, defects and corrections detected and implemented during the development. The device was also tested to comply with automotive and radio emission standards being approved and certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC ID: 2AKA8-ELD100A0) and Industry Canada (IC: 22098-ELD100A0).
Coretex DRIVE ELD01 1.6.x or higher TMUDRI Download Download Coretex 888-887-0935 sales@coretex.com www.coretex.com One Bridge Plaza, Suite 100, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 Coretex has designed a 'vizor card' for carriage within each vehicle. It shows graphically and with words what the driver,law enforcement officer is required to do to perform a roadside inspection. As there is no option to paste images into this registration request, the words alone have been extracted from this document. Coretex is happy to provide a copy of this document if requested to. Coretex has implemented the following data transfer mechanisms: Web Services Email Roadside Inspection If an FMCSA agent asks you to present your driver logs, be prepared to allow the inspector to examine and,or transfer the logs to the FMCSA. The inspector is required only to see log data as displayed via the Roadside Inspecton screen. Logs cannot be edited during this process. This Quick Guide will show you how to access the Roadside Inspecton from Coretex Drive. 1. Access your driver logs - In normal operaton, tap the Home key to return to the dashboard. - Tap MENU to present the dashboard menu - Tap View Logs to present your driver Logs screen. 2 From the Driver Logs screen A graph of your status through the current day is presented by status, hour on the default graph. Log data is available for today’s date and the prior seven days. 3. Proceed to Roadside Inspection Tap ROADSIDE INSPECTION to present your Roadside Inspecton screen. Hand the tablet to the inspector. The inspector can examine all the required statistics for the current driver and their available logs covering today’s date and the previous seven days. The inspector can navigate to the log date/s they want to inspect using the Previous Day or Next Day butons. 4. Unidentifed driving events Tap UNIDENTIFIED to view the Unidentifed Driving Events screen, proceed to step 5. 5. Option to Data Transfer From the Roadside Inspection screen the inspector has the opton to have all available driver logs sent to FMCSA. Tap DATA TRANSFER to present the EXPORT DATA FILE dialog Here you can easily transfer a copy of the driver logs, and have them sent directly to FMCSA. To export and transfer the data Tap either Web Service or Email as the preferred delivery protocol. The inspector can enter an optional comment to be lodged with the entry. Tap SEND to export and transfer the file. The export and transfer is completed and you are returned to the Roadside Inspection screen. Coretex has designed a quick guide that explains the function of data diagnostics and malfunctions. It shows graphically and with words what each of them are and an explanation as to what to take note of and any actions required. As there is no option to paste images into this registration request, the words alone have been extracted from this document. Coretex is happy to provide a copy of this document if requested to. Data Diagnostics and Malfunctions Dealing with Data Diagnostic, Malfunction events ELD functionality in Coretex DRIVE caters for a number of error conditions that are flagged as data diagnostic or malfunction events. These are detailed here describing the codes, their descriptions, likely causes and response or resolution. Data Diagnostic events These events are when your ELD detects a data inconsistency such that you are triggered to follow the recommendations of the ELD provider to resolve the inconsistency. Note: Refer to Section 49 CFR 395.34c of the FMCSA regulations. In this section: 1 Power data diagnostic 2 Engine synchronization data diagnostic 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic 4 Data transfer data diagnostic 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic Data Diagnostic codes Note: Refer to the ELD mandate on what you must do when there is a diagnostic event. Code Event Description 1 Power data diagnostic An ELD must monitor the data it receives, from the engine ECM or alternative sources, and data record history, or record a power data diagnostic event, to identify instances when it may not. Resolve driver can resolve Cause ELD not full functional within one minute of turning the engine on wiring or power source fault Code Event Description 2 Engine synchronization data diagnostic An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM, and must record an engine synchronization diagnostic event, when it loses that link for more than five seconds. Resolve driver can resolve Cause wiring or power source fault Code Event Description 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic An ELD must monitor the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type. It must record a missing required data element data diagnostic event for you, if any required fields are missing at the time of recording. Resolve driver can resolve Cause temporary or permanent loss of GPS signal intermittent or disconnected link to the vehicle ECM Code Event Description 4 Data transfer data diagnostic The ELD will automatically test the data transfer mechanism every seven days. A Data transfer data diagnostic event is triggered when the automatic test fail. Resolve might auto resolve Cause the scheduled automatic data transfer failed connectivity with the ELD host service is required for a successful test. Code Event Description 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic If more than 30 mins. of driving in a 24 hour period shows as ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD, it must detect and record an unidentified driving record data diagnostic event. The data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24 hour period and the following seven days. Resolve driver can resolve Cause more than 30 mins combined vehicle use without a logged-in user Resolving Data Diagnostic events You must attend to data diagnostic events from your Coretex DRIVE dashboard. Codes Description 1 tap on the information card as an acknowledgement that you have been alerted to it 2 the card will clear when the condition ends 3 information cards appear on your dashboard with the title Data Diagnostics, and then the title of the particular data diagnostic tap on each in turn from the Driver Log View screen the log entry with a data diagnostic will highlight in a different color tap on the entry to edit the log to resolve the issue 4 tap on the information card as an acknowledgement that you have been alerted to it 5 tap the information card for the Unidentified Driver Records data diagnostic that appears on your dashboard the Unidentified Driving Records screen appears with entries in a list tap each in turn and assign to your log if these events belong to you Malfunction events Malfunction events are when the ELD detects technical compliance issues. You must: notify the motor carrier within 24 hours reconstruct the record of duty status for the current 24 hours and the last seven days on graph paper logs keep paper logs until the ELD is serviced and brought back into compliance Note: Refer to Section 49 CFR 395.34c of the FMCSA regulations. In this section: P Power compliance E Engine synchronization compliance T Timing compliance L Positioning compliance R Data recording compliance S Data transfer compliance Malfunction codes Code Event Description P Power compliance An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM and set a power compliance malfunction event to identify instances when it may not have complied with the power requirements Resolve driver can resolve Cause more than 30 mins of driving time lost in a 24 hour period Code Event Description E Engine synchronization compliance An ELD must set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction, if connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 mins during a 24 hour period, aggregated across all driver profiles. Resolve driver can resolve Cause more than 30 mins without ECM engine synchronization over a 24 hour period Code Event Description T Timing compliance The ELD must periodically cross-check its time with an external UTC source, and must record a timing compliance malfunction when it can no longer meet the underlying timing requirement of less than 10 mins of time deviation. Resolve driver can resolve Cause vehicle has been out of service for sufficient time that the internal clock is no longer accurate, and the ELD has not yet synchronized its time you are recommended to ensure that the tablet’s Settings is set to using automatic time synchronization Code Event Description L Positioning compliance An ELD must monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within five miles of the vehicle’s movement, when such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 mins over a 24 hour period, the ELD must set and record a Positioning compliance malfunction. Resolve might auto resolve Cause more than 60 mins without a valid GPS reading in a 24 hour period Code Event Description R Data recording compliance An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity, and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction, if it can no longer: record or retain required events retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier Resolve driver can not resolve Cause hardware fault Code Event Description S Data transfer compliance After an ELD records a data transfer data diagnostic event, the ELD must increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24 hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect and record a data transfer compliance malfunction. This fault auto-resolves when the device begins to communicate successfully. Resolve might auto resolve Cause failure to communicate for three days following a data transfer data diagnostic event Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing Coretex has tested and compared its ELD functionality in full against the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures, dated 10.17.2016, Version 2.0 as published by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Coretex appointed two independent persons, separated operationally and from outside the Coretex company to impartially test Coretex's compliance with the above mentioned Test Plan and Procedures. Three hundred and fifteen individuals tests, from the documentation, have been tested and checked against the requirements. All tests have passed and are compliant. Coretex also understands that the process is self-certification and if any discrepancies are found then Coretex is required to resolve any issues within sixty days. Coretex's ELD solution exceeds the functionality requirements of the Test Plan and Procedures and these items have been tested in unison with the mandated requirements. External tests have also been completed against the recently released web services from the FMCSA for checking the Roadside Inspection File output format. Coretex also understands that future releases of its ELD solution will require to be compliant against the Test Plan and Procedures from the FMCSA as and when either changes. Ben Martel Chief Science Officer Coretex Auckland, New Zealand
BigRoad DashLink ELD DL-100 / DL-200 21.0 and higher FCBGRD Download Download BigRoad Inc 1-888-305-8777 support@bigroad.com www.bigroad.com 180 Columbia St. W., Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3L3 Data transfer is supported via telematics types, specifically web services and email. Step by step instructions: 1) Tap Inspect Logs 2) Select 7 days (US) 3) Tap Send to FMCSA 4) Select either "Via web services" or "Via email" 5) Tap Send 6) Fill in the provided output file comment 7) Tap Send Supported Malfunctions include: Engine Synchronization Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is unable to sense required engine and vehicle information such as odometer, hours, VIN, road speed, engine on/off Timing Compliance Malfunction - indicated when the ELDs clock diverges by more than 10 minutes from the external, reliable source (GPS Time) Positioning Compliance Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is continually unable to determine an accurate location and >5 miles of driving have elapsed Data Recording Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is unable to store data Power Compliance Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is unable to power on within sufficient time Data Transfer Malfunction - indicated when the ELD has been unable to transfer required information to FMCSA servers for an extended period of time The Fleet Complete ELD has been tested in accordance with BigRoad testing procedures to be compliant with FMSCA regulation 49 CFR part 395, subpart B, appendix A; describing the functional requirements for ELD solutions.
Swiss Log VNA-ELD2 1.10 IMVNA2 Download Download IIMSWISS CORP. 4166138011 info@iimswiss.com https://iimswiss.com #20, 7001 Steeles Ave. W, , Toronto, ON, M9W 0A2 1. Tap on inspection mode. 2. In the resulting window tap on Export 3. Select desired export type and tap on OK Export types are: USB, Email and Web Service. SwissLog is monitors itself to keep it in compliance for various detectable malfunctions. When a malfunction is detected then code of the malfunction appears on the status bar. P “Power compliance” malfunction E “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T “Timing compliance” malfunction L “Positioning compliance” malfunction R “Data recording compliance” malfunction S “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O “Other” ELD detected malfunction When a malfunction icon is displayed on screen then user can tap on the icon and then tap on 'Clear' to clear malfunction. SwissLog was thoroughly tested on various models and makes of trucks using J1939 and J1708 protocols. Test procedures and results were verified from web portal.
LB Tech HOS (Android ELM327) LBT26009 1.0.1719.8478 ELDLB1 Download Download LB Technology Inc. 901-480-8834 woxley@lbtelematics.com www.lbtelematics.com 5100 Poplar Ave Suite 2104, Memphis TN 38137 The LB Technology HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email, and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the LB Technology HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The LB Technology's HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the LB Technology HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The LB Technology ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The LB Technology ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a ELM327 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified using the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
GTS ELD GTSELD_TK_100 V1.5.8 GETK10 Download Download Global Telecommunication Services, Inc. 5127458888 eld@elog123.com https://elog123.com 209 E Newman Ave., , Arcadia, CA 91006 ELD collected raw data is transferred via wireless data transfer prototype in JSON format to company specified URL. ELOG required data and report are generated and stored in company ELOG server cluster. All ELOG required data/report have two ways to obtain: 1 download from website 2 email as PDF attachment. ELD raw and intermediate log and tracking related data is available by output to flat and delimtered text file or excel file and email out. Power failure Data collection failed Data local storage full Data transfer failed Device heartbeat lost GTS ELD has been tested through hardware and software in order to comply with FMCSA ELD regulation. Hardware testing has phases of power, data collection, data precision, data transfer. Software testing has unit tests over Fleet Management Module, Trip and Event Module, ELOG Report Module (including sub modules of Generation, Certification, Final Preparation, Report Delivery Service), Roadside Inspection. An integrated system testing is followed thereafter.
MasTrack ELD MT-ELD 1.0.1805.14019 MAS001 Download Download Mastrack 8005598991 support@mastrack.com http://www.mastrack.com 39 Old ridgebury Rd Suite D1, Danbury CT 06811 Malfunctions The MasTrack ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the MasTrack ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Malfunctions The MasTrack ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the MasTrack ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The MasTrack ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The MasTrack ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
HawkEye ELD BT3647 V2.0.0 BT3647 Download Download Hawk Eye Log Global Technology Ltd 855.588.4295 info@hawkeyelogs.com www.hawkeyelogs.com 311-3381 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC. V5Z 4R3 Hawkeye ELD supports both telematics and local transfer methods. Hawkeye ELD provides standardized single-step driver interface for compilation of driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. When the vehicle is stopped, Hawkeye ELD displays 'transfer' icon on the touch-screen display, by which the driver can start single-step data transfer. The driver can select the transfer method by simply touching the transfer method icon, local (Bluetooth or USB) or telematic (Email or web service). Hawkeye ELD inputs the data transfer request from the driver, requires driver's confirmation, presents and requests selection of the supported data transfer options by the ELD, and prompts for entry of the output file comment. Upon confirmation, it generates the compliant output file and perform the data transfer. Hawkeye ELD supports monitoring and reporting following malfunctions: 1) Power Compliance Malfunction. Hawkeye ELD keeps monitoring data it receives from the engine ECM and data record history to identify instances when it may not have complied with the power requirements, in which case, it will record a power data diagnostics event for the corresponding driver(s), or under the unidentified driver profile if no drivers were authenticated at the time of detection. And it will set a power compliance malfunction if the power data diagnostics event indicates an aggregated in-motion driving time understatement of 30 minutes or more on the ELD over a 24-hour period across all driver profiles, including the unidentified driver profile. 2) Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction. Hawkeye ELD keeps monitoring the data it receives from the engine ECM and data record history to identify instances and duration's of its non-compliance with the ELD engine synchronization requirement in the spec. It will record an engine- synchronization data diagnostics event when it no longer can acquire updated values for the ELD parameters required for records within 5 seconds of the need. It will set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction if connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles, including the unidentified driver profile. 3) Timing Compliance Malfunction. Hawkeye ELD periodically cross-checks its RTC clock with respect to an accurate external UTC source and will record a timing compliance malfunction when it can no longer meet the underlying compliance requirement. 4) Positioning Compliance Malfunction. Hakweye ELD continually monitors the availability of valid position measurements meeting the listed accuracy requirements in the spec and tracks the distance and elapsed time from the last valid measurement point. It monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement. When such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 minutes over a 24 hour period, it will set and record a positioning compliance malfunction. 5) Data Recording Compliance Malfunction. Hawkeye ELD keeps monitoring its storage capacity and integrity and will detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. Hawkeye ELD keep monitoring the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and must record a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. 6) Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction. If the monitoring mechanism fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism(s), Hawkeye ELD will record a data transfer data diagnostic event and enter an unconfirmed data transfer mode. Once recording data transfer data diagnostic event, Hawkeye ELD will increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24-hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, it will detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. Hawkeye undergoes thorough functional and system test to ensure compliance of FMSCA regulation, covering following requirements: 1. ELD User Accounts Test (Account Types, Account Creation, Account Security, Account Management, Non-Authenticated Operation) 2. ELD-OBD Vehicle Interface Test 3. ELD Inputs Test 3.1 ELD-OBD Inputs Test (Engine Power Status, Vehicle Motion Status, Vehicle Miles, Engine Hours, CMV Position, CMV VIN 3.2 Driver’s Manual Entries (Driver’s Entry of Required Event Data Fields, Driver’s Status Inputs, Driver’s Indication of Duty Status, Driver’s Indication of Situations Impacting Driving Time Recording, Driver’s Certification of Records, Driver’s Data Transfer Initiation Input, Driver’s Entry of an Output File Comment, Driver’s Annotation of Records, Driver’s Entry of Location Information, Driver’s Record Entry/Edit) 3.3 Motor Carrier’s Manual Entries (ELD Configuration, Configuration of Available Categories Impacting Driving Time Recording Configuration of Using ELDs Motor Carrier’s Post-Review Electronic Edit Request) 4. ELD Processing and Calculations 4.1 Automatic Setting of Duty Status (Automatic Setting of Duty Status to Driving, Automatic Setting of Duty Status to On-Duty Not Driving, Other Automatic Duty-Status Setting Actions Prohibited) 4.2 Geo-Location Conversions 4.3 Date and Time Conversions 4.4 Setting of Event Parameters in Records, Edits, and Entries Event Sequence Identifier (ID) number, Event Record Status, Event Record Origin, Event Type Setting Records Automatically Logged by ELD, Driver Edits, Driver Entries ,Driver’s Assumption of Unidentified Driver Logs, Motor Carrier Edit Suggestions, Driver’s Actions Over Motor Carrier Edit Suggestions 4.5. Data Integrity Check Functions Event Data Check Event Checksum Calculation Event Data Check Calculation Line Data Check Line Checksum Calculation. Line Data Check Calculation Line Data Check Value Inclusion in Output File File Data Check File Checksum Calculation File Data Check Value Calculation File Data Check Value Inclusion in Output File. 5 ELD Recording Events and Data to Record Event: Change in Driver’s Duty Status Event: Intermediate Logs Event: Change in Driver’s Indication of Allowed Conditions that Impact Time Recording Event: Driver’s Certification of Own Records Event: Driver’s Login/Logout Activity Event: CMV’s Engine Power Up and Shut Down Activity Event: ELD Malfunction and Data Diagnostics Occurrence 6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions 6.1 Compliance Self-Monitoring Malfunctions and Data Diagnostic Events Power Compliance Monitoring Engine Synchronization Compliance Monitoring Timing Compliance Monitoring Positioning Compliance Monitoring Data Recording Compliance Monitoring Monitoring Records Logged under the Unidentified Driver Profile Data Transfer Compliance Monitoring Other Technology-Specific Operational Health Monitoring 6.2 ELD Malfunction Status Indicator Visual Malfunction Indicator ELD Data Diagnostic Status Indicator Visual Data Diagnostics Indicator 7 Special Purpose ELD Functions Driver’s ELD Volume Control Driver’s Access to Own ELD Records Privacy Preserving Provision for Use During Personal Uses of a CMV 8. ELD Outputs Information To Be Shown on the Printout and Display at Roadside ELD Data File ELD Output File Standard Header Segment User List CMV List ELD Event List for Driver’s Record of Duty Status Event Annotations, Comments, and Driver’s Location Description ELD Event List for Driver’s Certification of Own Records Malfunction and Diagnostic Event Records ELD Login/Logout Report CMV’s Engine Power-Up and Shut Down Activity ELD Event Log List for the Unidentified Driver Profile File Data Check Value ELD Output File Name Standard 9. Data Transfer Capability Requirements Data Transfer During Roadside Safety Inspections Motor Carrier Data Reporting 10. Communications Standards for the Transmittal of Data Files from ELDs 10.1. Data Transfer Mechanisms (Wireless Data Transfer via Web Services, Wireless Data Transfer Through E-Mail) 10.2. Motor Carrier Data Transmission
Chamelogs G01 1.0.95+ CELD01 Download Download Chameleon Innovation Technology 18558888353 support@chamelogs.com http://chamelogs.com 224 Melrose Ave, Monrovia/ca/91016 Step 1: Driver sign in to the ELD device. Step 2: Select Data transfer in the Menu. Step 3: Select method of transfer(could be Web Services or Email) in the drop down input box. Step 4: Enter Comment in the text box. Step 5: Press Transfer RODS button. Data Transfer Completed. We followed the requirement that listing on section 4.6 ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf. Therefore we include the following error detection function in our product: “Power compliance” malfunction “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction “Timing compliance” malfunction “Positioning compliance” malfunction “Data recording compliance” malfunction “Data transfer compliance” malfunction “Other” ELD detected malfunction and “Power data diagnostic” event “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event “Data transfer data diagnostic” event “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event Chameleon Innovation Technology go thru all the test procedure listed in ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf. and passing all of them.
Hours Of Service Android & Astus 1.0.1805.14219 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Astus engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
FleetUp 3GL 1.0 or higher TLT3GL Download Download FleetUp 855-274-2886 hello@fleetup.com www.fleetup.com 500 Yosemite Dr., Suite 120, Milpitas/CA/95035 Open the FleetUP HOS application and sign in. Locate the Logs Tab and go to the RODS page. After driver signs his or her report from the mobile application directly, the driver can use the save button on the top left corner to export data into a PDF file. Once a driver signs his or her report, the report cannot be altered or edited. The driver can send the PDF to an authorized safety official. On the FleetUP HOS application, a malfunction will occur if there is no data being recorded. 3GL will show that there is no data being recorded. Driver managers must then contact FleetUP Support for a repair or an exchange and it will be processed within the next 8 days. There are three indicators on 3GL. Power GSM network, and GPS communication. *Power Status Solid On = Connected with the engine and Reading protocol/engine data, Solid Off = Not reading engine data. (Tracker Mode), Blinking = Searching for engine data *GSM Network Status Solid On = Connected to GSM Network Solid Off = Not connected to GSM network. Blinking Fast = Searching for network/No SIM card Blinking Slow = connecting to GSM Network. *GPS Communication Status Solid On = Successful GPS Communication Solid Off = No GPS Communication Blinking = Trying to connect Blinking once Orange LED is on = Connected and is recording data. FleetUP system fully tested step by step with technical specification in FMCSA ELD FInal Rule (Dec 12, 2015 Version) and meets all required functions.
Omnitracs Mobile Computing Platform 110 AA1654R or Later MCP110 Download Download Omnitracs, LLC 1.800.348.7227 ELD@omnitracs.com http://WWW.OMNITRACS.com 717 N Hardwood, Suite 1300, Dallas, TX 75201 Follow these steps to transmit HOS records via Web Services or Email. 1. Tap the Day Log tab. (D) 2. If you are still in “Inspector mode” tap on the Driver button (B). 3. Tap the ERODS button (C). 4. Select Web Services or Email on the left (D). 5. Enter a comment if requested then tap Send (E). 6. A confirmation screen will appear. 7. If the transfer is unsuccessful, the display is a considered a compliant secondary record of duty status Malfunctions and Diagnostics If you receive any of the following errors or malfunctions on your ELD you are required to keep paper logs until the malfunction has been corrected. Omnitracs, LLC 717 N. Harwood Street, Suite 1300 Dallas, TX 75201 U.S.A September 2017 FMCSA Registration ID: xxxxxx ELD ID: MCP200 Copyright © 2017 Omnitracs, LLC. All rights reserved. Omnitracs is a trademark of Omnitracs, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Omnitracs endeavors to ensure that the information in this document is correct and fairly stated, but Omnitracs is not liable for any errors or omissions. Published information may not be up to date, and it is important to confirm current status with Omnitracs. This technical data may be subject to U.S. and international export, re-export or transfer (export) laws. Diversion contrary to U.S. and international law is strictly prohibited. * Power – An ELD must be powered and functional within one minute of the vehicle’s engine receiving power and remain powered for as long as the vehicle’s engine stays powered. * Engine Synchronization – An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM and monitor its connectivity to the engine ECM and its ability to retrieve the vehicle parameters. * Timing – The ELD must cross-check its compliance with the external UTC source and must record any timing compliance malfunction. * Positioning – An ELD must monitor the availability of position measurements meeting the listed accuracy requirements and track the distance and time from the last valid measurement point. * Data Recording – An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events. * Data Transfer – An ELD must implement in-service monitoring functions to verify that the data transfer mechanism(s) are continuing to function properly * Other – Any other ELD detected malfunction such as Bluetooth, relay, etc. Omnitracs MCP110 FMCSA Certifying Statement on Product Testing for ELD Regulation Compliance Omnitracs has distributed and supported AOBRDs in the marketplace since 1989 and has developed testing processes that would assess all areas of the compliance requirements for 49CFR 395.8 and 49CFR 395.15. We have a quality assurance process that follows the creation of story cards for each section of the ELD Mandate specifications. This QA process has been standard operating procedure for Omnitracs and has increased with the ELD mandate requirements. We have used the ELD Testing document issued by FMCSA as a reference to ensure that our testing parallels or exceeds the requirements. Additionally, tests have been created that evaluate fringe cases that are not included in the FMCSA document. Omnitracs employs automated script testing processes for testing of individual elements to ensure consistent and repeatable testing as well the ability to add fringe case scenarios to ensure that in each section of the ELD Mandate, compliance is achieved. We have modified our product through variance changes in the vehicle ECM, changes by OEM and SAE standards, and maintained compliance to ensure that we are continually able to supply information from the ECM. This has ensured that we comply with all the data capture and motion detection requirements specified in the ELD Mandate for the engine ECM. Our testing process includes testing in actual CMV class 6- 8 vehicles as well as using vehicle ECM simulators in testing labs. We additionally use GPS simulators to validate recovery and diagnostics for various situations that can occur in vehicles or environments when GPS may be compromised. With this and other testing processes we are able to test each requirement for diagnostics and malfunctions as required by the ELD Mandate specifications. Additionally, we have provided to Volpe an eRODS test file requested by FMCSA and that file has been accepted. We understand that the actual eRODS transfer process has not been finalized and it will require additional testing and some modifications once all information is available from FMCSA. Omnitracs information security program is based on NIST 800-53 Revision 4. We have ensured that the specified additional security requirements referenced in the regulation for PKI, FIPS, and other NIST specifications have been achieved for compliance to support eRODS transfer.
SkyBitz ELD SAMTAB 1.49 or higher SKY001 Download Download SkyBitz 888-760-4477 eld@skybitz.com http://www.skybitz.com 2300 Dulles Station Blvd, suite 600, Herndon/VA/20171 ISE Fleet Services will use Wireless Web Services and email for our method of data transfer. The driver will use the Options feature in our application, tap on a button to send logs to enforcement that will initiate the procedure. Power - P Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period Engine synchronization - E Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period Timing - T Device is not able to synchronize to UTC Positioning - L Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. Data recording - R Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs Data transfer - S Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event Other ELD detected - O The eFleetSuite application has stopped working or is not responding as expected The SkyBitz ELD system complies with and is tested against the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.
MasTrack ELD MT-BasicELD 1.0.1805.14019 MAS001 Download Download Mastrack 8005598991 support@mastrack.com http://www.mastrack.com 39 Old ridgebury Rd Suite D1, Danbury CT 06811 Data Transfer The MasTrack ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the MasTrack ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The MasTrack ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the MasTrack ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The MasTrack ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The MasTrack ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELD24K HDV100A3 V 1.0 TMX121 Download Download Crompton Systems Corporation, Inc. 609-910-4210 SBK@Cromptonsystems.com http://cromptonsystems.com 50 Andover Dr., Kendall Park, NJ 08824 We are using USB standard and the WinDriver USB toolkit, which supports this standard: • External connection, maximizing ease of use • Self-identifying peripherals supporting automatic mapping of function to driver and configuration • Dynamically attachable and re-configurable peripherals • Suitable for device bandwidths ranging from a few Kb/s to hundreds of Mb/s • Supports isochronous as well as asynchronous transfer types over the same set of wires • Supports simultaneous operation of many devices (multiple connections) • Supports a data transfer rate of up to 480 Mb/s (high-speed) for USB 2.0 (for the operating systems that officially support this standard) and up to 12 Mb/s (full-speed) for USB 1.1 • Guaranteed bandwidth and low latencies; appropriate for telephony, audio, etc. (isochronous transfer may use almost the entire bus bandwidth) • Flexibility: supports a wide range of packet sizes and a wide range of data transfer rates • Robustness: built-in error handling mechanism and dynamic insertion and removal of devices with no delay observed by the user • Synergy with PC industry; Uses commodity technologies • Optimized for integration in peripheral and host hardware • Low-cost implementation, therefore suitable for development of low-cost peripherals • Low-cost cables and connectors • Built-in power management and distribution • Specific library support for custom USB HID devices And provided for the Driver as a singled command button for to do this Power Compliance Malfunction Engine Status Compliance Malfunction Positioning Compliance Malfunction Timing Compliance The above mentioned unit has been tested in a simulated environment for 6 months. It has gone through an extensive field testing with actual field devices and truck for 3 months. All the documentation corresponds to the actual operating unit, as exits in the field.
"Gorilla Fleet Intelligence" by Gorilla Safety Gorilla Fleet Intelligence ELD 3.0 And Above GS0002 Download Download Gorilla Fleet Safety, LLC 844-636-1360 info@gorillasafety.com http://www.gorillasafety.com 22327 Gosling Rd, Spring, TX 77379 We use the web services and email method of transfer. The malfunctions supported are: Power Compliance Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Compliance Malfunction Positioning Compliance Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Each of these malfunctions appears prominently for the user to understand the issue. When the user is presented with this, he is able to rectify the situation, contact the manufacturer or use paper logs, as provided as part of the instruction guide, to remain compliant. The malfunctions and malfunction codes can be found in the instruction guide with the required details in order for the driver to understand what he needs to do next. The product has been thoroughly tested by both internal and external, third party, testers. Each requirement of the ELD has been either met or exceeded. The process of review and testing included the full review of the ruling, testing procedures and debugging of any blocker found in the software package. It further included the retesting by additional quality assurance professionals. Ultimately, the programing and hardware operate as intended and are in compliance.
Mobile Dispatch VNA2-ELD MD App 47 or higher ACVNA2 Download Download Acordex, LLC 978-975-8000 web-service@acordex.com acordex.com 37 Walker Rd, N Andover, MA 01845 Data transfer is by e-mail wireless transfer through e-mail or web services as described in section 4.10.1.2 of the FMCSA Electronic Logging Devices and Hours of Service Supporting Documents. Driver Procedure 1. On the tablet, tap on "ELD" at the bottom of the screen. 2. Tap on "Send". 3. There is a comment field to put in a key phrase or code given by the DOT official. 4a. To send by e-mail, type the appropriate e-mail address in the Email field then tap "Send by Email". This will e-mail the ELD date for the current day and the previous 7 days. 4b. To send by web services just tap "Send by Web". This will transmit the ELD data for the current day and the previous 7 days. DIAGNOSTICS 1: Power data diagnostic event No response from the Engine Connection Device (ECD, hardware on the J-bus), after multiple retries to connect. 2: Engine synchronization data diagnostic event If data is not provided when required, a Diagnostic 2 will be issued in less than 5 seconds. Multiple data points are required at least twice per minute while the truck is moving. 3: Missing required data elements data diagnostic event Location unavailable when duty status changes. 4: Data transfer data diagnostic event Failure at the tablet will generate Malfunction R. Email or web-service failures are logged/displayed at the office. 5: Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event Total driving time in 24 hours exceeds 30 minutes with no driver logged in. MALFUNCTIONS P: Power compliance Diagnostic 1 occurs for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period E: Engine synchronization compliance Diagnostic 2 occurs for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period T: Timing Compliance Difference between time at server and time on tablet is 3 or more minutes. L: Positioning Compliance No geoposition from ECD after startup Last geoposition received 5 or more minutes ago Last geoposition invalid R: Data recording compliance Out of room on tablet for saving records that should be uploaded to the server (prolonged, persistent cell network failure). S: Data transfer compliance Failed to send the ELD data output file Testing of the ELD has been performed following the protocol described in the ELD Test Plan and Procedures Version 1.0 dated 4/25/2016.
Geotab Drive Cloud ELD GO6, GO7, GO8, GO9 or PEP-GO7. PEP-GO8 or ATT-GO7, ATT-GO8 or FL7 (by Spireon), FL8 (by Spireon) or RI7/8 (by BSM) 5.7.1804 or above GEOTAB Download Download Geotab Inc. 1 877-436-8221 salesteam@geotab.com https://www.geotab.com Unit 21, 1075 North Service Rd W, Oakville/Ontario/L6M2G2 Geotab Drive supports the telematics (electronic) data transfer method via wireless Web services and email. To enable this during a roadside inspection, the following steps will apply: 1) Upon launching the Geotab Drive, select HOS from the Dashboard. 2) From the top bar, select the Options tab and scroll to the bottom of the page. 3) Select the Transfer button next to Transfer logs, then choose between email or Web services. 4) Drivers may need to enter an output file comment provided by the inspector into the textbox when prompted. This is also outlined in this document: https://goo.gl/i6BphA Malfunction Code P: Power data malfunction: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM or alternative sources, and data record history to identify instances when it might not have complied with the power requirements. Driver’s actions for when a power data malfunction occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue.Contact your carrier to get the install inspected if you’re unable to check yourself. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code E: Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: An ELD must set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction, if connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles. Driver’s actions for when a engine synchronization compliance malfunction occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. Contact your carrier to get the install inspected if you’re unable to check yourself. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code T: Timing compliance malfunction: The ELD must periodically cross-check its time with an external UTC source, and must record a timing compliance malfunction when it can no longer meet the underlying timing requirement of less than 10 minutes’ time deviation. Driver’s actions for when a timing compliance malfunction occurs: Check your mobile device’s phone time. Ensure it is set to acquire time automatically. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code L: Positioning Compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within five miles of the CMV’s movement. When such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 minutes over a 24-hour period, the ELD must set and record a positioning compliance malfunction. Driver’s actions for when a positioning Compliance malfunction occurs: This can be caused by temporary or permanent loss of GPS by the GO device. Contact your carrier to get the install inspected. If problem still persists, replace the GO device.Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code R: Data recording compliance malfunction: An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events, or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. Driver’s actions for when a data recording compliance malfunction occurs: Contact your carrier to get in touch with Support as soon as possible.Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code S: Data transfer compliance malfunction: After an ELD records a data transfer data diagnostic event, the ELD must increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24-hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. Driver’s actions for when a data transfer compliance malfunction occurs: Check your internet connection. If problem persists, contact your carrier. Once investigated and the problem is found you may clear this event. Malfunction Code O: “Other” ELD identified malfunction: The other ELD identified malfunction is not supported. Diagnostic Code: 1 Power data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM and data record history to identify instances when it may not have complied with the power requirements. Driver’s actions for when a power data diagnostic occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. Once investigated and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 2 Engine synchronization diagnostic: An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM,and must record an engine synchronization data diagnostics event, when it no longer can acquire values for the ELD parameters required for records within five seconds. Driver’s actions for when a engine synchronization diagnostic occurs: This may be caused by an intermittent or disconnected connection to the vehicle ECM. This is likely due to an install issue. This may also be caused if the ELD is unable to pick up the required engine data from the vehicle ECM.Contact your carrier if the problem persists. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic: An ELD must monitor the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type, and must record a missing data element and data diagnostics event for the driver, if any required field is missing at the time of recording. Driver’s actions for when a missing required data elements data diagnostic occurs:This can be caused by the creation of a manual log by the driver when there is temporary loss of GPS by the GO device. If the driver does not enter an address manually when prompted by the “Where was this?” message, this diagnostic will be created. It can be resolved by selecting the “Where was this?” associated with the record and manually entering the missing data. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 4 Data transfer data diagnostic: An ELD must implement in-service monitoring functions to verify that the data transfer mechanism(s) are continuing to function properly. An ELD must verify this functionality at least once every seven days. Driver’s actions for when a data transfer data diagnostic occurs: Check your internet connection. If problem persists, contact your carrier. Once investigated, and the problem is resolved, the system will auto clear the event. Diagnostic Code: 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic: If more than 30 minutes of driving in a 24-hour period shows unidentified driver on the ELD, the ELD must detect and record an unidentified driving record data diagnostic event, and the data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged in to that ELD for the current 24-hour period and the following seven days. Driver’s actions for when an unidentified driving records data occurs: Review all unassigned logs when logging in or logging out of the vehicle and ensure you have claimed any logs that may be applicable to yourself. If the unassigned logs are not yours, you can ignore this diagnostic event.Please note this event will automatically clear itself as logs get claimed. Diagnostic Code: 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic: The other ELD identified is not supported. Driver’s actions for when an “other” ELD identified diagnostic occurs: The other ELD identified is not supported. This is also outlined in this document: https://goo.gl/b7Jyof The product was tested using the FMCSA’s recommended testing procedures, supplemented by Geotab internal testing procedures.
Teletrac Navman Drive Gar-fleet 670 4.3+ MNE001 Download Download Teletrac Navman 800-500-6009 info@teletracnavman.com www.teletracnavman.com 7391 Lincoln Way, Garden Grove Instructions for the driver From the ELD screen, tap and select DOT Inspection button 2. Show your driver logs list to the DOT Officer. Show Unassigned Drive Time to a DOT Officer 1. From the ELD screen, tap and select DOT Inspection. 2. Tap the unassigned driver logs ( if applicable ) 3. Show the unassigned drive time logs to the DOT Officer. Instructions for DOT Officer This section shows officers how to access driver and vehicle information, including current and previous day log and location details. View a Driver's Logs 1. From the ELD screen, tap and select DOT Inspection. The driver logs list are displayed. 2. Select a date to view the log records for that day. View Unassigned Drive Time 1. From the ELD screen, tap and select DOT Inspection. 2. Tap the unassigned drive time logs button ( if applicable) 3. When complete with DOT inspection simply select the back button on the header screen to return to the main menu. Log transfer 1. Select log transfer button from log view screen 2. Select email or web service enter comment / annotation then touch SEND 3. Device will notify driver of success or failure 4. Select back button or home button to return back to ELD screen Malfunction Event Codes Event Code Event Name Description P Power Malfunction Total engine hours error minutes while driving exceeded 30 minutes in 24 hours. E Engine Synchronization Malfunction Last EMS message received more than 30 minutes ago. T Timing Malfunction GPS time and system time difference more than 10 minutes. L Position Malfunction More than 60 minutes worth of invalid GPS positions received in last 24 hours. R Data Recording Malfunction Failed to save item to database. S Data Transfer Malfunction Message transfer observing problems for 3 consecutive days. ELD Diagnostic Event Codes Event Code Event Name Description 1 Power Diagnostic Total engine hours error minutes while driving exceeded 30 minutes in 24 Hours. 2 Engine Synchronization Diagnostic Last EMS message received more than 30 minutes ago. 3 Missing Data Elements Diagnostic GPS time and system time difference more than 10 minutes. 4 Data Transfer Diagnostic More than 60 minutes worth of invalid GPS positions received in last 24 Hours. 5 Unidentified Driver Diagnostic Failed to save item to database I, Sid Nair, hereby certify on behalf of Teletrac Navman that ELD model "Teletrac Navman Drive, Teletrac Navman Director" and version "4.2" has been tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used. https://fortive.box.com/v/teletracnavman-fmcsaletter
MapAnything ELD Lite MapAnything ELD Lite 1.0.1625.6584 HOS001 Download Download MapAnything ELD Lite (866) 547-8016 support@mapanything.com https://mapanything.com/products/mapanything-live/eld 5200 77 Centre, Suite 400, Charlotte/NC/28217 Data Transfer Description – Android The MapAnything ELD Lite provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables MapAnything ELD Lite to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Malfunctions MapAnything ELD Lite is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the MapAnything ELD Lite, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing MapAnything ELD Lite was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. MapAnything ELD Lite was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS Device Geometris, engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Orion eLog 354 1.0.8 674663 Download Download Praxis Technologies, Inc. 888.485.9993 support@PraxisTechInc.com www.PraxisTechInc.com 288 Egg Harbor Road, Suite 9, #121, Sewell, NJ 08080 Produce & Transfer ELD file for “Official Inspection” a. The following describes Option 1 telematics using both Wireless Web Services and email. Below is the appended information for step-by-step instructions followed by the original submitted description: b. Once logged into the mobile application, the Driver sees the Orion eLog Dashboard and taps the DAILY LOGS button c. This displays a new screen where on the bottom there are two button options: i. INSPECT LOGS ii. VIEW LOGS d. Tap on INSPECT LOGS, and a screen appears that displays the following instructions: 1. Show the inspector your driver card 2. Tap INSPECT ON-SCREEN button and give your device to the Inspector. They will view your logs and turn the device when finished 3. Inspectors can view on-screen or tap SEND TO FMCSA SERVER (via email) to send by email ii. INSPECT ON-SCREEN iii. SEND TO FMCSA SERVER (via email) e. If INSPECT ON-SCREEN is selected, a new screen appears and displays the following information: i. Instructions ii. SHOW HOURS SUMMARY button iii. SHOW DAILY LOGS button f. If SHOW HOURS SUMMARY is selected i. A message appears that says: Begin Inspection. Please give the device to the inspector. ii. The inspector can tap CONTINUE, and the following information is provided: iii. Driver name iv. Truck ID v. Cycle vi. Time driving today vii. Time on duty today viii. Distance driven today ix. Time on duty (7 days) x. Time on duty (8 days) xi. When the inspector (official) is done, they tap the END INSPECTION button and then the DONE button to return the screen to the Dashboard g. IF SHOW DAILY LOGS button is selected i. Displays instruction to give device to Inspector ii. Tap CONTINUE iii. Device displays information on a daily basis for Distance and Driver Time iv. Tap END INSPECTION, and then DONE to return to Dashboard h. NOTE: the VIEW LOGS button on the DAILY LOG screen offers a short-cut to see the logs on screen quickly i. This method connects the Orion eLog ELD to the FMCSA server via a web service and passes the certificate, ELD data file, and output file comment. i. If button is selected for SEND TO FMCSA SERVER (via email) i. This feature incorporates an S/MIME standard protocol, AES-256 encryption algorithm, and FMCSA ELD public key. The message is signed using our private key. ii. Instructions display the number of driver logs from start to end data range. iii. You can send these logs to one or more email addresses. The recipients will receive an email with an attached PDF file that can be printed and optionally viewed on-screen j. Original text submittal i. The Orion eLog provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. The official accesses Inspect Daily Logs and taps on INSPECT ON-SCREEN. The data is displayed on the screen for the one or more vehicles that comprise the Hours of Service for the individual driver. Alternatively, the Driver data can be emailed to the official by entering an email address. Orion eLog offers a unique capability in that the data from the ECU is extracted from the J1939 CANBUS and transmitted to a central transceiver located within or on the dashboard of the vehicle. This transceiver then communicates via Bluetooth with the Orion eLog mobile app installed on a smart phone, tablet or computer. If Bluetooth is not turned-on or available, a warning message is presented to the Driver. Initialization consists of the Driver either entering an eLog transceiver code in the mobile app or use the mobile app to scan a QR code placard inside the vehicle. This procedure automatically pairs the transceiver, the CANBUS device, and the mobile app that is unique to the vehicle-driver combination. Orion eLog also sends data to the Orion Cloud for reporting and data history using server-side tools within the Orion Portal. This arrangement allows for fully-duplex communications whereby the Orion Portal can send additional instructions to the CANBUS in the event of a malfunction indicator. The following is appended information that summarizes malfunctions to include the list of malfunctions found in table 4 of the ELD Rule. Below this description, is the original submitted description: The Orion eLog ELD system is compliant with Section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions Table 4 and provides Malfunction Diagnostic codes and events and the Requirements Traceability Matrix ELD-FUNC-4.3.1 found in the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document. The Orion eLog ELD system achieves compliance through data fusion analyses incorporating connectivity with vehicle interface, vehicle operational monitoring, and ELD CANBUS inputs. The following description addresses how the Orion eLog ELD system addresses Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Malfunction (and Data Diagnostics). The Malfunction and Data Diagnostic code descriptions are paired where appropriate for brevity. Codes 3 and 5 are separately addressed. 1. P(1) “Power compliance” malfunction is monitored at 3 distinctive locations: a. Orion eLog CANBUS device (OEC) power input from vehicle b. Orion Central Transceiver (OCT) power input from vehicle c. Wireless authentication from the mobile app which interrogates the input power to the OCT 2. E(2) “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction a. Synchronization is not possible without power connection (See Code P above) b. With power connection, the OEC continually scans for errant PGNs indicating it can no longer acquire updated values for ELD parameters. Orion eLog ELD can be configured to specify PGN/SPNs desired as primary and as many alternate options as available. Any non-specified PGN/SPNs would be considered errant. 3. T “Timing compliance” malfunction a. Time check validation is coordinated between any two device sources which include OEC, OCT, the Orion eLog cloud server, and the Orion eLog mobile application b. In the event time/date are available from the CANBUS (e.g., PGN 65254), the value is still checked against the Orion eLOG server time in UTC to account for vehicle’s time zone location. 4. L “Positioning compliance” malfunction location validation consists of cross-checking various sources to include: a. If available, CANBUS PGN 65267 b. Geospatial information obtained from the Orion eLog mobile application c. Calculated inertial navigation using time-distance mapping from PC Miler by ALK Technologies (recently purchased by Trimble MAPS) d. PGN 65267 is compared against available multiple sources for accuracy validation 5. R “Data recording compliance” malfunction compliance is achieved through multiple redundancies to include storing data in the following locations: a. In the OEC b. In the OCT c. In the Orion eLog mobile device d. In the Orion eLog ELD cloud server e. All data transfers are authenticated by CRC check to ensure data integrity before being encrypted 6. S(4) “Data transfer compliance” malfunction a. Data transfer compliance is presented in the description above for telematics transfer methods wireless web services and email (entitled above as Description of the supported and certified data transfer mechanisms) b. Also see Malfunction Code R above 7. O(6) “Other” ELD detected malfunction a. The Orion eLog ELD system is highly robust and provides a range of monitoring that includes all CANBUS PGNs and SPNs, vehicle operating conditions directly from the vehicle’s electrical and mechanical systems, data derived from the mobile device, and deterministic data calculation using information from the mobile application and the Orion eLog ELD server. b. As mentioned in Section 2b above, Orion eLog ELD can be configured to specify PGN/SPNs desired as primary and as many alternate options as available. Any non-specified PGN/SPNs would be considered errant. 8. Diagnostic codes a. 3 “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event i. Orion eLog ELD system offers intelligent monitoring of ELD parameters expected to be passed through the CANBUS. In the event any expected PGN is not detected, the system seeks an alternative PGN if available. If a required PGN is unavailable, the system issues an alert and triggers an event code 3. ii. Since Orion eLog ELD provides cascading alternate configuration options, in the event one PGN for a specific eLog parameter doesn’t report, but an alternate does that provides the same results, it is noted, but no diagnostic event is generated. b. 5 “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event i. Orion eLog ELD records and stores vehicle operations on the OEC and the OCT and can only pair the data with an identified driver if the Orion eLog mobile application was synchronized during the period of data capture. In the event the vehicle was operated without using the Orion eLog mobile application, the data are earmarked as operations with an unidentified driver. When the OCT is paired at some later time with the mobile app, it displays the unidentified data to the driver who can accept or reject it as vehicle operational data generated by themselves. If the driver accepts the data as their own self-generated data, then the data are included in their log file. If rejected, then the data are stored in the system as marked as undefined driver assignment and included in the acquiring eLog hardware data file. These data can be reviewed by drivers or portal elog administrators at any time. 9. Original text submittal a. Orion eLog is capable of monitoring all data transfers and identifying detectable malfunctions. When a malfunction is detected, it is immediately categorized, time-stamped, stored on the eLog device, and sent to the Orion Portal. All malfunctions are permanently stored and automatically trigger notifications to governing eLog managers identifying the type of malfunction. Orion eLog automatically attempts to resample data in an event to clear posted malfunctions. If one or malfunctions persist, the Orion eLog manager is notified and the device is physically inspected at the earliest convenience. The historical list of malfunctions can be recalled by accessing the Malfunctions menu. The reported malfunctions can only be cleared through access via the Orion Portal. Orion eLog devices and software were certified through a series of Functional Qualification Tests and Acceptance Test Procedures in conformance with the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Orion eLog mobile application was installed on iOS devices using an operating system of iOS 5 or higher. Testing protocol included using two J1939 CANBUS simulators and also with real-time vehicle data from various Freightliner, International Harvester, and Volvo tractors. As further verification, the Orion eLog mobile app data was compared to the data in the Orion Portal for variance checking.
VDO RoadLog ELD 3290 11.01.00 and above RDLG01 Download Download Continental 855-762-3564 roadlog-support@vdo.com http://www.vdoroadlog.com 6755 Snowdrift Rd, Allentown/PA/18106 VDO RoadLog ELD provides an instant printout as a means of data transfer to the Enforcement. Furthermore Bluetooth and USB (optionally web services and e-mail) can be supported contingent upon FMCSA’s readiness with such infrastructure. Table of Content 1 USB Roadside Inspection Flow 2 Bluetooth Roadside Inspection 1 USB Roadside Inspection Flow To perform roadside inspection on RoadLog using the USB data transfer method, the enforcement officer needs to provide to the user of the RoadLog a USB device with the following characteristics: - Mass storage device (class 08) - File system : FAT 32 - A text file used for authentication, as described in section in section 4.10.1.3 Data Transfer via USB 2.0 from the ELD rule. The roadside inspection using the USB data transfer method can be trigged in 2 ways: - By inserting the US Enforcement USB flash drive in the USB port - By selecting [USB Transfer] option from the HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen US HOS version - In both situations, in the HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen, the user needs to select the driver for whom the roadside inspection is performed. If the roadside inspection was triggered by selection [USB Transfer] option in the HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen and no USB was inserted at that moment, RoadLog device will prompt the user to insert the USB. After the enforcement USB drive is inserted and authenticated, RoadLog will allow the user to insert the output comment for the ELD data output file that is generated, if required: When the user is ready to transfer the data he will select [Continue] option. While the transfer of data is in progress, the RoadLog will display Transfer in Progress screen. When the transfer is completed, RoadLog will notify the user by displaying the Transfer Completed notification bar. 2 Bluetooth Roadside Inspection To initiate the roadside inspection via BT, the user has to select [Bluetooth Transfer] option in HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen. When this is selected, RoadLog device will become discoverable and will be able to initiate the communication with a remote enforcement BT device. The name of the RoadLog visible on the enforcement’s BT device will be RoadLog followed by the Vehicle Number. The enforcement officer needs to select the RoadLog device to enable the transfer of data. After the RoadLog is selected, the device will generate the pairing key and display it on the screen. The enforcement BT device shall use the pairing key generated by RoadLog to enable the connection. After the BT connection is established, RoadLog will allow the user to insert the output comment for the ELD data output file that is generated, if required. When the user is ready to transfer the data he will select [Continue] option. While the transfer of data is in progress, the RoadLog will display Transfer in Progress screen. When the transfer is completed, RoadLog will notify the user by displaying the Transfer Completed notification bar. 3 Printout To initiate the roadside inspection via printout, the user has to select [Print] option in HOS Logs Roadside Inspection screen, after selecting the driver for whom the inspection shall be performed. When Print option is selected, RoadLog will prompt the user to select the number of days that need to be printed in the Log Printout Options screen. After selecting [Print] in the screen, RoadLog will generated the printout while displaying Printing in Progress screen. The list of malfunctions include, but it is not limited to the following: Power Compliance Malfunction PWRFail Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction ECMFail Timing compliance malfunction TimeFail Positioning compliance malfunction PositionFail Data recording compliance malfunction RECFail Other ELD detected malfunction MEMFail Data transfer malfunction for the USB interface USBFail Data transfer malfunction for the Bluetooth interface BTError Power data diagnostic event PowerError Engine synchronization data diagnostic ECMError Missing required data elements data diagnostic ElemError Data transfer data diagnostic event for the USB interface USBError Data transfer data diagnostic event for the Bluetooth interface BTError Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event UDAError USB Communication Error self diagnostic EXTERR USB unknown file system self diagnostic FATERR USB unknown class self diagnostic CLSERR Continental uses internal processes to validate software against the requirements of the ELD regulation. Those processes at a minimum meet or exceed the test cases provided by FMCSA. The detailed Quality Assurance Plan and Quality Concept can be provided upon request.
Petro ELD SAMTAB 1.6.74.1A or greater PELD01 Download Download SkyBitz 888-760-4477 eld@skybitz.com http://www.skybitz.com 2300 Dulles Station Blvd, suite 600, Herndon/VA/20171 Petro ELD uses Wireless Web Services and email for our method of data transfer. The driver will use the Options feature in our application, tap on a button to send logs to enforcement that will initiate the procedure. 1 - Power Data Diagnostic - The engine was running for at least a minute before the device was connected/powered on Or The vehicle was driven without the device connected/powered on 2 - Engine Synchronization Data Diagnostic - The device hasn’t received required engine data within the required time (see Appendix A – Data Requirements) 3 - Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic - The device records an event without all the required fields 4 - Data Transfer Data Diagnostic - It has been more than a week since the device has last successfully verified that it can transfer data to the FMSCA 5 - Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic - There is more than 30 minutes of unclaimed unidentified driving time within the last 24 hours P - Power Compliance Malfunction - Over the last 24 hours, there has been at least 30 minutes of missing drive time E - Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction - Over the last 24 hours, there has been at least 30 minutes of time when the device wasn’t receiving all the required engine data T - Timing Malfunction - The system clock is more than ten minutes off from UTC (GPS Time) L - Positioning Compliance Malfunction - Over the last 24 hours, the vehicle has traveled more than five miles and hasn’t received valid GPS for over 60 minutes R - Data Recording Compliance Malfunction - The amount of space left on the device is less than 5MB Or The file system has been tampered with S - Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction - A ELD Data Transfer check failed and subsequent checks continued to fail for another 3 days O - Other Malfunction - eFleetSuite has been manually stopped, is not responding, or is otherwise not running Skybitz Petroleum Logistics certifies that Petro ELD system complies with and is tested against the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.
Hutch ELD Mercury V 1.2.3 or higher HELD16 Download Download Hutch Systems Inc 360-353-4093 sales@hutchsystems.com http://www.hutchsystems.com 33443 Kirk Ave, Abbotsford Hutch ELD system supports Wireless Web Services and Email data transport method. When the vehicle is stopped, an icon appears on the screen for the driver to transmit data to FMCSA via Web Services or Email. Once the driver chooses the option, ELD allows the driver to enter a comment which will be included in the output file. The comment is left blank if driver does not enter any comment when generating the output file. After the comment, driver can click the transmit button to start the transmission of data to FMCSA (data transmitted is current 24hrs period and previous 7 or 8 days used be the motor carrier). When the transfer is completed, driver is displayed a message of successful transmission or an error. Hutch ELD system supports the following Malfunctions. There are 2 icons with number of malfunction and diagnostic events. Both are color coded to make it easier for the driver to distinguish. The driver is allowed to review the malfunction and diagnostic events. Supported Malfunctions: Power Compliance Engine synchronization Compliance Timing compliance Position compliance Data recording compliance Internal battery health check Cellular network connectivity check The product was tested using the ELD testing procedure developed by FMCSA. Hutch ELD has been also tested in heavy duty vehicles. The following make and model of vehicles were tested: 2015 Peterbilt 389 2014 Freightliner Cascadia 2015 Volvo VNL 670 2005 Kenworth W900 2005 Western Star
.ELDSmartPhone LMU4230J 2.2 VB0G11 Download Download iConnect Inc. 888-353-5624 sales@eldsmartphone.com http://eldsmartphone.com/ P.O. Box 598, Westfield, Indianapolis 46074 1. To your logs, select "Send/Print Logs" then choose the desired option and follow the prompts to perform the desired task. 2. Transfer options include email, bluetooth, & usb. 3. Select the method for sharing the logs 4. Select to Send/Transfer Logs Power compliance malfunction There has been a hardware issue or possible tampering with the unit that is installed in your vehicle. The recorded engine on and off events do not match between the mobile device and the vehicle unit. Possibly the CMV has been operated with the hardware unit unplugged. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle unit for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period. During this time the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven, and engine hours could no longer be accessed. Timing compliance malfunction There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes, either between the mobile device's time and the hardware unit’s time, or, between the ECM’s time and the hardware unit’s time. Positioning compliance malfunction The GPS connection has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes within a 24-hour period. Check your GPS aerial. Data recording compliance malfunction The mobile device is unable to properly record required data, because there is not enough storage space available on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and you might lose events that have not been uploaded yet. Data transfer compliance malfunction The automatic data transfer check that is done once within each 24-hour period has failed more than 3 times. This means that you might have issues if you try to transfer your data. I certify the ELD has been tested to fully compile with FMCSA ELD Mandate Compliance.
GPSi Fleet - G3000 1.0.1625.6584 TTELD1 Download Download GPSi 8552511010 chris.rotolo@gpsindustries.com http://www.gpsindustries.com/ 1074 N Orange Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 34236 The GPSi Fleet TT provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the GPSi Fleet TT to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The GPSi Fleet TT ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the GPSi Fleet TT ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The GPSi Fleet TT ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The GPSi Fleet TT ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS Device Names (ex: Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, Pacific Track) engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
BreakerLog ELD BLELD-5 and higher 5.0 and higher ELDMCB Download Download Carrus Mobile, Inc. +1 (855) 772-2778 sales@breakerlog.com http://www.breakerlog.com 54 W 40 St, New York, NY 10018 According to ELD Final Rule requirement, BreakerLog ELD supports and certifies a data transfer mechanism based on Telematic option using Email and Web-Services. In order for conduct a data transfer, the Driver must complete following steps: Select menu item “DOT Reports” Select “Create Data Transfer” Select from following data transfer methods: 1. Email – if selected, driver must complete following actions: 1.1. Enter optional “Output File Comment” in menu field 1.2. Enter the address provided by the inquiring party in appropriate field in mailing application 1.3. Complete action by selecting “Send” – email containing an encrypted ELD output file will be sent to specified address 2. Web Service – if selected Driver must complete following actions 2.1. Enter optional “Output File Comment” in menu field 2.2. Select “Complete Transfer”, after which report will be uploaded into FMCSA specified web service endpoint. Breakerlog ELD system supports and monitors following malfunction events: a) P - “Power compliance” malfunction b) E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction c) T - “Timing compliance” malfunction d) L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction e) R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction f) S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction g) O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction Carrus Mobile, Inc. certifies that BreakerLog ELD system for model BLELD-5 and higher and version 5.0 and higher has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations based on the Compliance Test Procedures provided on FMCSA website available at the following link https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/hours-service/elds/eld-test-procedures
ELD Fleet iOS and CalAmp 3640 1824.190214 ELDFLT Download Download GPS Trackit (866) 320-5810 FleetAdvisor@GPSTrackit.net https://gpstrackit.com/eld-fleet/ 27244 Vía Industria, Temecula, CA, 92590 The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The Hours of Service ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Hours of Service ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELD Fleet™ ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Fleet™ ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 4230 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Axis TMS Logbook AX ONE 1.0.1905.190614 AXIS01 Download Download Axis TMS Corp 8553396599 hello@axistms.com https://www.axistms.com 780 W. Maple Rd Ste A, Troy, MI 48084 The Axis TMS Logbook provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Axis TMS Logbook to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The Axis TMS Logbook ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Axis TMS Logbook ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android/iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: - Power Malfunction - Engine Synchronization Malfunction - Timing Malfunction - Position Malfunction - Data Recording Malfunction - Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Axis TMS Logbook was certified by the Axis TMS Corp testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Axis TMS Logbook was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the AX ONE engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
BIT OBD ELD for Apple BIT17002 2.1.0 BITOBD Download Download Blue Ink Tech (304) 840 0142 support@blueinktech.com https://blueinktech.com 1102 3rd Ave; Suite 401, Huntington, WV 25701 Supported and certified data transfer mechanisms: Web Services per 4.10.1.1 & Email per 4.10.1.2. The web services data exchange has been tested with the FMCSA endpoint. We have sent data exchange emails to the FMCSA email, but we are waiting on full implementation of this email endpoint (FMCSA's server is not currently sending responses). Log in to the ELD with a valid username and password. Select the "Main Menu" at the top-left of the screen. The "Main Menu" icon looks like 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other. Select "Roadside Inspection" The ELD records will be presented on the screen. To transfer data, click the green gear at the bottom-right of the screen. Click "Email Records to DOT" to send the logs via email. Click "Send Records to DOT Web Server" to send the logs via Web Services. Power Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.1 Engine Synchronization malfunction per 4.6.1.2 Timing Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.3 Positioning Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.4 Data Recording Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.5 Data Transfer Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.7 An all-hands meeting was held with all of the employees of our company in attendance. We went through the ELD Final Rule as a group. Each requirement was read aloud. We created a document that specifies how we satisfy each of the requirements and any interpretations we made. Our team was in unanimous agreement that our system complies with the ELD Final Rule. This OBD-II ELD was tested on multiple medium duty vehicles from Dodge, Ford, and Chevrolet however it is unlikely to work in all medium duty vehicles because there is not a standard way of acquiring the odometer reading in ODB-II vehicles.
J. J. Keller ELD – Android BYOD 2.5 and Compliance Tablet 25A Version 3 and higher 25A003 Download Download J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. 800-327-1342 support@jjkeller.com www.jjkeller.com/elogs 3003 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI 54957 The J. J. Keller solution follows the "Telematics" approach. The ELD is capable of transferring data via email and web service. When choosing the Roadside Inspection icon from the Dashboard, drivers are presented with two options. The first allows the driver to send an output file (Data Transfer) to the roadside inspection official. The second (Roadside Inspection Mode) allows the official to review the necessary hours of service information on the mobile device. To perform the data transfer, the driver selects the "Data Transfer" option and then chooses the method (email or web service). The driver is able to enter a comment and will then receive a confirmation of the transfer success. To show the ELD data via display, the driver selects "Roadside Inspection Mode." All ELD data is available onscreen and includes the required header, graph grid, event detail, and unassigned events. These are the malfunction codes (7 codes): Code - Malfunction Description P - “Power Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ECM, its onboard sensors and data record history has identified that the ELD may not have complied with power requirement, and has caused an understatement of 30 minutes or more has elapsed over a 24-hr period. E - “Engine Synchronization Compliance” malfunction – indicates connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 min during a 24-hr period. T - “Timing Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer meet the requirement to cross-check it’s time to an accurate external UTC Source. L - “Positioning Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement and the elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 min over a 24-hr period. R - “Data Recording Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. S - “Data Transfer Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD’s monitoring of the data transfer mechanism has failed for three consecutive monitoring checks (each occurring at least once every 24-hr period). O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction – ELD provider-specific malfunction values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator. These are the Data Diagnostic codes (6 codes): Code - Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event – indicates that the ELD may not have complied with the power requirements. 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event – occurs when connectivity to required data sources is lost and the ELD can no longer acquire updated values for the ELD parameters with 5 seconds of the need. 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD event record information is deficient in relation to the required data elements for each event type. 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism (this check is performed at least once every 7 days). 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event – occurs when more than 30 min of driving in a 24hr period show the ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD. This event triggers an indicator that is then turn on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24-hr period and the following 7 days. 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event – ELD provider-specific data diagnostic values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator We created a suite of both manual and automated tests, based on each of the individual regulations and the testing procedures document, and executed them both at our testing benches and in vehicles.
Locus ELD ELD003 1.0.1801.11819+ ELD001 Download Download Locus GPS (888) 643-6862 info@locusgps.com www.locusgps.com 2920 Arabian PL, Marietta, GA 30062 The Locus ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Locus ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The Locus ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Locus ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Locus ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Locus ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Pacific Track engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
HD 100 HD 100 Android 6.04.03 and higher RMDT00 Download Download Rand McNally 1-800-789-6277 fleetsales@randmcnally.com http://www.randmcnally.com/category/e-logs 9855 Woods Drive , Skokie, IL 60077 The supported data transfer mechanism is Telematics using both the Email and Web Services options. The step by step instructions for a driver are - 1. Tap HOS > OPTIONS 2. Tap ENFORCEMENT VIEW before showing your device to law enforcement. You must certify all logs except for the current day’s log to enter ROADSIDE AUDIT mode 3. Tap YES when prompted to “Require driver portal password to exit ‘Enforcement View?’. Enter your password 4. Tap SEND LOGS TO ENFORCEMENT to send logs to law enforcement. 5. Once the inspection is finished, tap BACK, then enter your DRIVER PORTAL PASSWORD again to exit ENFORCEMENT VIEW Compliance malfunctions supported: Power Engine synchronization Timing Positioning Data recording Data transfer Other Data Diagnostic Events supported: Power Engine synchronization Missing required data elements Data transfer Unidentified driving records Other Rand McNally has tested this product using the Version 2.0 of the ELD test specification published at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf using the Telematics option with Email and Web Services and validation of ELD output file mechanism at https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov/ELD/Tools/Validator.
Logbooks ELD100 1.0.0 PLS100 Download Download 2701545 Canada Inc. 0000000000 notpublic@example.com http://example.com 312-300 Rue de la Berge du Canal, Lachine, QC, H8R 1H3 Method 1: Bluetooth File Transfer 1. Click on the Share button (top-right) on the home screen. 2. Select the Bluetooth option, then press the Send button. 3. Choose from the available Bluetooth devices which are nearby. Selecting the device in the list immediately starts the file transfer to the recipient. Method 2: Email File Transfer 1. Click on the Share button (top-right) on the home screen. 2. Select the Email option, then press the Send button. 3. Type in the recipient's email address, then press the Send button to finalize the transfer. Method 3: USB File Transfer 1. The Safety Officer / Roadside Inspector will provide a USB flash drive ("USB key") to the driver. 2. Plug in the USB flash drive to the ELD (tablet) first. 3. Click on the Share button (top-right) on the home screen. 4. Select the USB Drive file transfer option and then press the Send button. The ELD is capable of self-monitoring the following required functions: Power, Engine synchronization, Timing, Positioning, Data Recording and Data Transfer (all functions listed in chapter 4.6 in the testing guide). The ELD also has Visual Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Indicators as outlined in chapters 4.6.2.1 and 4.6.3.1. Data Transfer Malfunctions are checked three (3) times in a 24 hour period. The ELD was rigorously tested to comply with FMCSA regulations. The document "ELD Test Plan and Procedures" by the FMCSA was followed very carefully, and all testing procedures (in all 3 chapters) were carried out and documented accordingly. Several internal "pilot" cases were carried out with select drivers to ensure the ELDs function as designed and to meet all required FMCSA guidelines.
Azuga E-Logs AZ-TAB-E8-ELD 2.1.25 or higher AZELD1 Download Download Azuga 4084305777 products@azuga.com https://www.azuga.com 2570 N. First Street, #200 San Jose, CA, 95131, California We have chosen to use wireless web services and email as our choice for the ELD output file - Driver or Official will use the Options button on the driver overview screen - Driver or Official will use the Roadside Inspection button on the drop down - This button will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page - The Logs Grid page will contain a button labeled "Transmit ELD Data File” - The Officer will tap on the button and be instructed to choose email or wireless web-services and enter the instructions or code to send the data file to the FMCSA Power - P Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period Engine synchronization - E Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period Timing - T Device is not able to synchronize to UTC Positioning - L Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. Data recording - R Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs Data transfer - S Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event Other ELD detected - O The eFleetSuite application has stopped working or is not responding as expected Azuga ELD certifies based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 that AZ-TAB-E-ELD complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.Devices, Subpart B.
Prospero Mobi PM1000 1.0+ PM1000 Download Download CAMS Software Corporation 604-777-2267 mobi@prospero.com http://www.prospero.com Unit 200 - 8651 Eastlake Drive, Burnaby, British Columbia, V5A 4T7 Prospero Mobi supports option one (1) of the ELD data transfer requirements – telematics. It supports both web services and email. Mobi uses a standardized single-step driver interface to initiate data transfer and allows the driver to select the data transfer method. The driver first taps the HOS icon on the Mobi home screen and then taps the DOT Inspection icon to display the daily header, 24-hour duty status grid and record of certified events. The driver can then tap a mail icon to email their driver logs to a pre-configured DOT address. The driver can also tap a web service icon to send their driver logs to a pre-configured FMCSA website. Prospero Mobi alerts the driver of any system malfunction(s). The driver can navigate to a prioritized listing of the malfunction code(s) and its description. The driver has a malfunction guide, illustrated below, outlining each malfunction and the recommended steps for its resolution. Code Description Resolution P Power compliance Undock and redock the tablet. Wait a moment and see if power is established. If problem persists, contact your system administrator. E Engine synchronization compliance Undock and redock the tablet. Wait a moment and see if the engine connection is established. If problem persists, contact your system administrator. T Timing compliance Undock the tablet. Turn off the tablet, wait a moment and then turn the tablet back on. Redock the tablet and see if problem is resolved. If problem persists, contact your system administrator. L Positioning compliance Undock the tablet. Turn off the tablet, wait a moment and then turn the tablet back on. Redock the tablet and see if problem is resolved. If problem persists, contact your system administrator. R Data recording compliance Undock the tablet. Turn off the tablet, wait a moment and then turn the tablet back on. Redock the tablet and see if problem is resolved. If problem persists, contact your system administrator. S Data transfer compliance Ensure there is either WiFi or cellular connectivity and manually check for data transfer connectivity. Undock the tablet. Turn off the tablet, wait a moment and then turn the tablet back on. Redock the tablet and see if problem is resolved. If problem persists, contact your system administrator. O Other detected malfunction Contact your company system administrator. The Mobi product was tested against the FMCSA ELD test procedures using a combination of road testing and J1939 simulation to provide engine telemetry. Test data was created to ensure that the requisite test case conditions were met and the tests cases were executed and validated.
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NexTraq ELD iOS 1.0 and above 1.0.1625.6584 HOS001 Download Download NexTraq 800-358-6178 Eldsupport@nextraq.com http://nextraq.com 1200 Lake Hearn Dr NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA, 30319 The NexTraq ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the NexTraq ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The NexTraq ELDELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the NexTraq ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The NexTraq ELD was certified by the NexTraq testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The NexTraq ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 3640 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
IntegrityELD ELD-S 1.0.1801.11540 INT001 Download Download Integrity Fleet Solutions 1.888.407.6807 info@integrityfleetsolutions.com http://www.integrityfleetsolutions.com PO Box 1045, Jackson, WY 83001 IntegrityELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables IntegrityELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The IntegrityELD ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the IntegrityELD ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The IntegrityELD ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The IntegrityELD ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Pacific Track engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
GoodDealGPS GDELD1000 3.0.1 GDGGPS Download Download Bransys 8663555552 contact@gooddealgps.com https://www.gooddealgps.com 333 S Wabash Ave, Ste 2700, Chicago/IL/60604 Transfer with FMCSA SOAP web services - ELD connects with FCMSA SOAP web services and submits: - our certificate (gps_gooddealgps_com.crt) - generated output file (Contents of the ELD output conforming to the standard outlined in section 4.8.2.1 of the Final Rule.) - output file comment - ELD Identifier (GDGGPS) - ELD Registration ID (An alphanumeric registration identifier assigned to the ELD provider that is registered with FMCSA during the ELD registration process) - output file name (Name of the ELD output file as defined in section 4.8.2.2 of the Final Rule). - version ( a version of the ELD output file being submitted. Currently there is only a single valid version of the file as defined by the Final Rule published December 16, 2015.) Step by step instructions: To send your logs to an officer, from the main menu in the GoodDealGps Mobile app, select Send logs and press button Send logs to send 8 logs (for current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days). You have to options: 1. Send logs by email - transfer files through FMCSA email. ELD output file transferred is encrypted with AES-256 (AES cipher with a 256-bit key length) 2. Send logs with web services - transfer files with FMCSA’s public web services. If the roadside official tells you to enter an output file comment, enter text into Comment field. If you are not told to enter a comment, leave the field blank. 1. Email ● Press “Send Email” button. ● Available apps display. Note that depending on what apps you have installed on your device, you may see different sharing apps on this screen. ● Using your preferred email method, send the automatically attached CSV file. 2. Web Services Press “Send With Web Services” button. An XML file of your logs will be transferred to the FMCSA for the roadside official to access and review. When a malfunction or data diagnostic event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunctions and data diagnostic events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the app/ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. The malfunction codes are: Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Malfunction Description: • P “Power compliance” malfunction - The ELD missed 30 minutes or more of driving time due to not being powered across all driver profiles, including the unidentified driver profile • E “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction - The ELD was unable to communicate with the vehicle for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period across all driver profiles, including the unidentified driver profile • T “Timing compliance” malfunction - The ELD detected that its clock was inaccurate by 10 minutes or more • L “Positioning compliance” malfunction - If ELD detects a problem acquiring a valid position measurement, a position malfunction is logged. The driver will also be prompted to make a manual location entry at the time of a duty status change if the ELD has not been able to acquire an accurate position measurement. The ELD will also log a position malfunction if the cumulative time between valid position measurements (within 5 miles) exceeds 60 minutes over a 24-hour period. • R “Data recording compliance” malfunction - The ELD ran out of available storage space for events. An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. • S “Data transfer compliance” malfunction - If ELD detects an issue with the data transfer mechanism or is unable to verify functionality within seven days, it will attempt to verify functionality every 24 hours for 72 hours. If it is unable to successfully verify data transfer through web services and email, a data transfer malfunction is logged. • O “Other” ELD detected malfunction - If ELD detects some other malfunction such as a hardware/software error, malfunction, or crash, it will log the event as Other Malfunction Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Data Diagnostic Event • 1 “Power data diagnostic” event - The ELD was not fully powered in under one minute, in which case, the ELD must record a power data diagnostics event for the corresponding driver(s), or under the unidentified driver profile if no drivers were authenticated at the time of detection. • 2 “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event - Needed vehicle information was not able to be read within 5 seconds of needing the data from the vehicle’s data bus • 3 “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event - Required fields for an event were not entered. If a new ELD event must be recorded at an instance when the ELD had failed to acquire a valid position measurement within the most recent elapsed 5 miles of driving, but the ELD has not yet set a positioning compliance malfunction, the ELD must record the character “X” in both the latitude and longitude fields, unless location is entered manually by the driver, in which case it must log the character “M” instead. If the ELD event is due to a change in duty status for the driver, the ELD must prompt the driver to enter location manually. If the driver does not enter the location information and the vehicle is in motion, the ELD must record a missing required data element • 4 “Data transfer data diagnostic” event - Tests to ensure the ELD is able to transfer logs during roadside safety inspections failed. This can also be triggered if there is an error while sending data from the app to the website, such as an incomplete upload, validation check error, or similar issue. If the monitoring mechanism fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism(s), an ELD must record a data transfer data diagnostic event and enter an unconfirmed data transfer mode • 5 “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event - The vehicle has drive time that is not associated with a driver. If more than 30 minutes of driving in a 24-hour period show unidentified driver on the ELD, the ELD must detect and record an unidentified driving records data diagnostic event and the data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged in to that ELD for the current 24-hour period and the following 7 days. An unidentified driving records data diagnostic event can be cleared by the ELD when driving time logged under the unidentified driver profile for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days drops to 15 minutes or less. We declare that all FMCSA Regulation Testing Case were fulfilled and successfully passed.
Vika.io LMU-4230 v1 VC4230 Download Download Vika 3054072393 support@vika.io http://vika.io 8850 NW 18th Terrace , Miami FL 33172 Data Transfer Description Vika ELD Data can be transferred to FMCSA through email or web service. To produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official driver need to follow these steps. Login to vika driver app Go to HOS page from left navigation menu From HOS page click on DOT button available in header section This page can be shown to safety officer for logs of that day and last 7 days Click on paper plane icon in header section of the DOT Page to transfer to FMCSA It will show 2 methods to transfer the data (Email or web service) Driver can choose a method to transfer logs of that day to FMCSA Summary of Malfunctions “Power compliance” malfunction: An ELD must be powered and become fully functional within 1 minute of the vehicle’s engine receiving power and must remain powered for as long as the vehicle’s engine stays powered. ELD app monitor when the device may not have complied with the power source. If the aggregated in-motion driving time increases 30 minutes or more on the ELD over a 24-hour without power source, it creates power compliance malfunction. “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction: ELD app monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM for power, vehicle motion status, vehicle miles, Engine hours. ELD set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction if connectivity to any of these data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated. “Timing compliance” malfunction: The ELD periodically cross-check its compliance with respect to an accurate external UTC source and it record a timing compliance malfunction when it no longer meet the requirement. “Positioning compliance” malfunction: ELD monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement. When such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 minutes over a 24 hour period, the ELD set and record a positioning compliance malfunction “Data recording compliance” malfunction: ELD detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events “Data transfer compliance” malfunction: ELD verifies data transfer functionality once every 7 days. If the monitoring mechanism fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism, ELD increases the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24-hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing: I hereby certify that the Vika ELD / HOS / DVIR device has been built and tested to the specifications and regulations promulgated by the FMCSA and complies with all record keeping standards and requirements. Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, eldtestplanandprocedures07-18-201721-all-chapters.pdf ELD_ICD_Development_Handbook.pdf
InTouch ELD - Android CalAmp 3640 1621.6202 or higher ITELD1 Download Download InTouch (800) 881-6343 eld@intouchgps.com http://www.InTouchGPS.com 439 S Florida Ave STE 100B, Lakeland, FL 33801 The InTouch ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the InTouch ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The InTouch ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the InTouch ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing the InTouch ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The InTouch ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 3640 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
liveDispatch LDNX7 2.00 mJs552 Download Download Compatible Technology Systems, Inc. 888-287-9779 info@ctswest.com http://ctswest.com 14737 Catalina Street, San Leandro, CA 94577 1. Choose Inspection Mode: inspector can see the header, time-line graph and event list. 2. If the officer request to transfer data, the driver click on Transfer Data button. 3. The application will pop up the Input form for the officer enter the comment (optional) 4. Driver can choose: Transfer by Web Service, or Email, or Cancel 5. The progress bar will be shown to indicate data is transfering 6. Show status when done P “Power compliance” malfunction E “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T “Timing compliance” malfunction L “Positioning compliance” malfunction R “Data recording compliance” malfunction S “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O “Other” ELD detected malfunction 1 “Power data diagnostic” event 2 “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event 3 “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event 4 “Data transfer data diagnostic” event 5 “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event We have tested and met for all required functions and procedures according to all ELD rules and regulations in compliance of FMCSA.
EZ LYNK ELD iOS Auto Agent 1.0 and above EZLIOS Download Download EZ LYNK, SEZC (877) 207-5530 support@ezlynk.com www.ezlynk.com 125 Owen Roberts Drive, Georgetown, Grand Cayman Cayman Islands EZ LYNK ELD supports telematics data transfer methods as defined in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395 (4.9.1 (b)(1)), title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Data transfer steps: 1. Tap the navigation menu icon to access navigation menu and tap to select DOT Inspection. 2. Tap Send Logs button. 3. Select transfer method (web or email). 4. Enter routing code or comment provided by the safety officer. 5. Tap Send button. All malfunction events can only be cleared automatically and will be cleared once the corresponding problem addressed by a motor carrier. EZ LYNK ELD supported malfunctions: 1. Power compliance malfunction - More than 30 minutes of driving time lost in the last 24-hour period, cumulatively for all drivers, including the unidentified driver. 2. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction - While the CMV engine is on, the engine’s power status, vehicle’s motion status, miles driven value and engine hours value for the last 24-hour period (cumulatively for all drivers, including the unidentified driver) can’t be determined within 30 minutes or more. 3. Timing compliance malfunction - Absolute deviation from the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) exceeds 10 minutes at any point in time. 4. Positioning compliance malfunction - The ELD determines a location at least every 5 miles while the vehicle is in motion. If the cumulative period when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of CMV’s movement exceeds 60 minutes for the last 24-hour period, then this event will be recorded. 5. Data record compliance malfunction - The ELD is unable to record logs or retrieve logs from the server due to insufficient memory or other technical problems of the mobile device. 6. Data transfer compliance malfunction - Once a Data transfer data diagnostic event occurs, the ELD will enter the unconfirmed data transfer mode and start checking data transfer compliance every 24 hours. If the problem doesn’t go away after three consecutive checks, then this event will be recorded EZ LYNK ELD was tested using FMCSA provided ELD Compliance Test Procedure outlined in "Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures" to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
Titan GPS Logbook TT6000 ELD Android 1.0.1801 and up THOS01 Download Download Certified Tracking Solutions 7803913800 info@ctstracking.com http://titangps.ca 4320 Savaryn Dr SW, Edmonton/Alberta/T6X 1Z9 The Titan Logbooks ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Titan Logbooks ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. The Titan Logbooks ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Titan Logbooks ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: - Power Malfunction - Engine Synchronization Malfunction - Timing Malfunction - Position Malfunction - Data Recording Malfunction - Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Titan Logbooks ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Titan Logbooks ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be access through a web browser.
E-Logbook UE910-N3G Version6.2 TGL500 Download Download I-Soft Global Software Solutions 1-855-922-9700 info@trucksoft.net http://trucksoft.net 2020 W. Whitendale Ave, Visalia, CA 93277 Method: Telematics. Both Web-services and Email is Available. 1. The Vehicle data is Transmitted via telematics. NOT Blue tooth. This Means even if the Mobile Device (Phone, Tablet etc.) is off, the driver's driving time is still monitored and Saved. And it's kept on the server. 2. The "DRIVING" MODE ON THE APP IS DETERMINED BY THE DATA PROVIDED BY THE VEHICLE AND ALWAYS WILL BE. NO MANUEL SELECTION IS ALLOWED WHILE IN MOTION / DRIVING MODE. THIS ENABLES TO KEEP THE DRIVING TIME TO ‘ACTUAL’ 3. ONCE THE VEHICLE IS STOPPED IF THE ENGINE IS TURNED OFF - IT WILL GO TO THE PREVIOUS MODE (OFF DUTY, ON DUTY, SLEEPER BIRTH) IF THE ENGINE IS IDLING – STILL ON DRIVE MODE FOR 210 SECONDS. THEN IT WILL GET OFF THE DRIVE MODE AND GO BACK TO THE PREVIOUS STATUS KNOWN. (OFF DUTY, ON DUTY, SLEEPER BIRTH) 4. The Driver logbook Graph is originated at the server level. So if the driver or any authority needs to see the logbook, once pressed the ‘Graph’ Button, the data and the graph is retrieved from the server and displayed. 5. Upon Request when pressed the "Report' button on the mobile device, the graph is being sent for view. 6. ALL DATA IS SAVED ONLY IN THE SERVER. 1. Power compliance malfunction: Unless Plugged out of ECM port, there will be NO response from the device 2. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: This failure occurs when ECM connectivity to any required data source such as engine power status, miles driven, engine hour, etc., is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all drivers. 3. Positioning compliance malfunction: This occurs when the ELD is unable to obtain a valid position measurement within five miles of the truck moving and during a 60 minute period. 4. Data recording compliance malfunction: This happens when the ELD can’t record or retain events or can’t retrieve recorded logs that aren’t kept remotely. 5. Data transfer compliance malfunction: This failure occurs if the operation of the data transfer mechanism is in the unconfirmed data transfer mode during three consecutive monitoring checks Under penalties of perjury, I, Shan, hereby certify on behalf of Shan Somasundaram that ELD model TGL500 and version Version6.2 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to sub part B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
Trimble FieldMaster Logs FML002 (TVG 850 & Samsung) v3.0 or Higher FML002 Download Download Trimble 877-728-7623 fsm_sales@trimble.com http://www.trimble.com/ 10368 Westmoor Dr, Westminster, CO 80021 The system will transfer the data using either email or web services, the officer may select either option. Detailed Steps: • The Driver or Official will select the Options dropdown button on the driver overview screen, and select the Roadside Inspection option from that drop down. • This will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page that contains a button labeled Transmit ELD Data File. • The Officer taps on the Transmit Data File button. • A dialog will appear allowing the officer to choose between Wireless Web Service or Email and a space will be made available for the officers code • The system will use the pre-defined email or webservice address to send the file to the FMCSA site P (Power) - Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period E (Engine synchronization) - Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period T (Timing) - Device is not able to synchronize to UTC L (Positioning) - Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. R (Data recording) - Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs S (Data transfer) - Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event O (Other ELD detected) - The Trimble FieldMaster Logs application has stopped working or is not responding as expected Trimble certifies, based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016, that Trimble FieldMaster Logs v3 complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.Devices, Subpart B.
Hours Of Service iOS & ATrack AX7B 1.0.1816.180904 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the ATrack AX7B engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
GPSTab ELD Edition GELDN01 GELDNI1.0 GNA002 Download Download Utech Inc. 888-228-4460 sales@utechcorp.com www.utechcorp.com 2100 W. 21st Street, Broadview, IL 60155 *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases data transfer mechanism with colors and visual cues. INSPECTION GPSTab ELD Edition provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TO PRODUCE LOGS ON THE SCREEN: 1. Tap on the Menu icon on the top left. 2. Select Inspection Module from the Menu. 3. To let an authorized safety official inspect your logs directly from your device, tap Begin Inspection. 4. Give the authorized safety official your mobile device. 5. Tap the Back arrow on the top left to exit Inspection Module. TO EMAIL OR FAX LOGS TO THE AUTHORIZED SAFETY OFFICIAL: 1. Tap Send Logs from Inspection Module screen. 2. Tap the checkbox next to each log you want to send. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email or Fax tab. 4. Enter the email address or fax number of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap Send to email your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the GPSTab ELD Edition App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official with hard copy. GPSTab – ELD Edition is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases Malfunctions with colors and visual cues. How does the driver know if GPSTab ELD is malfunctioning? The GPSTab ELD device has LED lights to simply indicate its status to the driver. DURING INSTALLATION NO LIGHTS Device Not Plugged into the truck's diagnostic port. BLUE SOLID (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Receiving ECM data. BLUE BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The Adapter is waiting for the application to connect. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is connected but the Adapter is waiting for the ECMs. Most likely this is because the key is off. DURING ELD OPERATION BLUE SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time record is recorded. GREEN SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time a record is recorded. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data but waiting for ECM data. Most likely the key is off. WHAT DOES THE DRIVER NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. Contact UTECH support immediately after discovering a malfunction at 888-228-4460 or support@utechcorp.com to troubleshoot the issue. 2. Provide written notice to your fleet management within 24 hours of malfunction discovery. 3. Keep a paper log for that day and until ELD is repaired or replaced. WHAT DOES THE FLEET NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. A motor carrier must take action to correct the malfunction of the ELD within 8 days of discovery of the malfunction or a driver’s notification to the motor carrier, whichever occurs first. 2. Upon notification by fleet manager, UTECH will send a new device. 3. If a motor carrier needs a time extension, they must notify the FMCSA Division Administrator for the State of the motor carrier’s principal place of business within five days after a driver notifies the motor carrier according to the guidelines set forth in § 395.34 (2). GPSTab ELD Edition will monitor and report malfunction data based on section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction We have used the suggested Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document, version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 provided by FMCSA to conduct testing of GPSTab ELD Edition. Upon completion of necessary tests outlined in the above named document we certify that GPSTab ELD Edition meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. Tests under the following categories have been conducted and passed (P): Accounts Inputs Vehicle Interface Processing Monitoring Recording Outputs Data Transfer
FleetSharp- ELD AGFS01 1.4.72 or higher AGFS01 Download Download FleetSharp 844-498-9450 sales@fleetsharp.com https://www.fleetsharp.com/ 16305 Swingley Ridge Rd. Suite 100, Chesterfield/ MO/ 63017 We have chosen to use wireless web services and email as our choice for the ELD output file. - Driver or Official will tap on "Logs" from the Driver Overview screen. - Tap on Events/Grid button to toggle between the grid view and a line-by line detail view. -Driver or Official will use the Options button on the driver overview screen -Driver or Official will use the Roadside Inspection button on the drop down -This button will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page -The Logs Grid Page will contain a button labeled “Transmit ELD Data File” -This button will be disabled until the FMCSA has released the URL to send the data file The FleetSharp ELD system continuously monitors for all appropriate malfunctions as specified in Appendix A section 4.6. It supports detection of all malfunctions and diagnostic events specified by the ELD mandate, including: power, engine synchronization, timing, positioning, data recording, data transfer, required data elements, and unidentified driving. When a malfunction is detected, it is reported as required in ELD data file(s) and visually indicated on the ELD system as required by 4.6.2.1. FleetSharp (Agilis Systems) certifies that FleetSharp-ELD based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 that AGFS01 and complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B. Devices, SubpartB.
ELD Fleet iOS & Geometris 1.0.1723.9940 ELDFLT Download Download GPS Trackit (866) 320-5810 FleetAdvisor@GPSTrackit.net https://gpstrackit.com/eld-fleet/ 27244 Vía Industria, Temecula, CA, 92590 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Description of the supported and certified data transfer mechanisms and step-by-step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official Malfunctions The ELD Fleet™ ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD Fleet™ ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The ELD Fleet™ ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Fleet™ ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Geotab GO Device - J. J. Keller Android BYOD and Compliance Tablet G7A Version 3 and higher G7A003 Download Download J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. 800-327-1342 support@jjkeller.com www.jjkeller.com/elogs 3003 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI 54957 The J. J. Keller solution follows the "Telematics" approach. The ELD is capable of transferring data via email and web service. When choosing the Roadside Inspection icon from the Dashboard, drivers are presented with two options. The first allows the driver to send an output file (Data Transfer) to the roadside inspection official. The second (Roadside Inspection Mode) allows the official to review the necessary hours of service information on the mobile device. To perform the data transfer, the driver selects the "Data Transfer" option and then chooses the method (email or web service). The driver is able to enter a comment and will then receive a confirmation of the transfer success. To show the ELD data via display, the driver selects "Roadside Inspection Mode." All ELD data is available onscreen and includes the required header, graph grid, event detail, and unassigned events. These are the malfunction codes (7 codes): Code - Malfunction Description P - “Power Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ECM, its onboard sensors and data record history has identified that the ELD may not have complied with power requirement, and has caused an understatement of 30 minutes or more has elapsed over a 24-hr period. E - “Engine Synchronization Compliance” malfunction – indicates connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 min during a 24-hr period. T - “Timing Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer meet the requirement to cross-check it’s time to an accurate external UTC Source. L - “Positioning Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement and the elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 min over a 24-hr period. R - “Data Recording Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. S - “Data Transfer Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD’s monitoring of the data transfer mechanism has failed for three consecutive monitoring checks (each occurring at least once every 24-hr period). O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction – ELD provider-specific malfunction values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator. These are the Data Diagnostic codes (6 codes): Code - Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event – indicates that the ELD may not have complied with the power requirements. 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event – occurs when connectivity to required data sources is lost and the ELD can no longer acquire updated values for the ELD parameters with 5 seconds of the need. 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD event record information is deficient in relation to the required data elements for each event type. 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism (this check is performed at least once every 7 days). 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event – occurs when more than 30 min of driving in a 24hr period show the ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD. This event triggers an indicator that is then turn on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24-hr period and the following 7 days. 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event – ELD provider-specific data diagnostic values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator We created a suite of both manual and automated tests, based on each of the individual regulations and the testing procedures document, and executed them both at our testing benches and in vehicles.
Trimble TrimFleet Mobile TVG850 TFM001 (TVG 850 & Samsung or TCT Display) 6.9.7.0.x or Higher TFM001 Download Download Trimble 877-728-7623 fsm_sales@trimble.com http://www.trimble.com/ 10368 Westmoor Dr, Westminster, CO 80021 The system will transfer the data using either email or web services, the officer may select either option. Detailed Steps: • The Driver or Official will select the Options dropdown button on the driver overview screen, and select the Roadside Inspection option from that drop down. • This will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page that contains a button labeled Transmit ELD Data File. • The Officer taps on the Transmit Data File button. • A dialog will appear allowing the officer to choose between Wireless Web Service or Email and a space will be made available for the officers code. • The system will use the pre-defined email or webservice address to send the file to the FMCSA site. P (Power) - Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period. E (Engine synchronization) - Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period. T (Timing) - Device is not able to synchronize to UTC. L (Positioning) - Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. R (Data recording) - Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs. S (Data transfer) - Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event. O (Other ELD detected) - The Trimble TrimFleet HoS application has stopped working or is not responding as expected. Trimble certifies, based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016, that Trimble TrimFleet HoS complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.Devices, Subpart B.
Freeway 247 ELD FELD01 FELDA1.0 FBFA01 Download Download Utech Inc. 888-228-4460 sales@utechcorp.com www.utechcorp.com 2100 W. 21st Street, Broadview, IL 60155 *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases data transfer mechanism with colors and visual cues. INSPECTION Freeway 247 ELD Edition provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TO PRODUCE LOGS ON THE SCREEN: 1. Tap on the Menu icon on the top left. 2. Select Inspection Module from the Menu. 3. To let an authorized safety official inspect your logs directly from your device, tap Begin Inspection. 4. Give the authorized safety official your mobile device. 5. Tap the Back arrow on the top left to exit Inspection Module. TO EMAIL OR FAX LOGS TO THE AUTHORIZED SAFETY OFFICIAL: 1. Tap Send Logs from Inspection Module screen. 2. Tap the checkbox next to each log you want to send. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email or Fax tab. 4. Enter the email address or fax number of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap Send to email your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the Freeway 247 ELD App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official with hard copy. Freeway 247 ELD is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases Malfunctions with colors and visual cues. How does the driver know if GPSTab ELD is malfunctioning? The GPSTab ELD device has LED lights to simply indicate its status to the driver. DURING INSTALLATION NO LIGHTS Device Not Plugged into the truck's diagnostic port. BLUE SOLID (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Receiving ECM data. BLUE BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The Adapter is waiting for the application to connect. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is connected but the Adapter is waiting for the ECMs. Most likely this is because the key is off. DURING ELD OPERATION BLUE SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time record is recorded. GREEN SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time a record is recorded. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data but waiting for ECM data. Most likely the key is off. WHAT DOES THE DRIVER NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. Contact UTECH support immediately after discovering a malfunction at 888-228-4460 or support@utechcorp.com to troubleshoot the issue. 2. Provide written notice to your fleet management within 24 hours of malfunction discovery. 3. Keep a paper log for that day and until ELD is repaired or replaced. WHAT DOES THE FLEET NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. A motor carrier must take action to correct the malfunction of the ELD within 8 days of discovery of the malfunction or a driver’s notification to the motor carrier, whichever occurs first. 2. Upon notification by fleet manager, UTECH will send a new device. 3. If a motor carrier needs a time extension, they must notify the FMCSA Division Administrator for the State of the motor carrier’s principal place of business within five days after a driver notifies the motor carrier according to the guidelines set forth in § 395.34 (2). Freeway 247 ELD will monitor and report malfunction data according to section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction We have used the suggested Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document, version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 provided by FMCSA to conduct testing of Freeway 247 ELD. Upon completion of necessary tests outlined in the above named document we certify that Freeway 247 ELD meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. Tests under the following categories have been conducted and passed (P): Accounts Inputs Vehicle Interface Processing Monitoring Recording Outputs Data Transfer
Hours Of Service Android & ATrack AX7B 1.0.1816.180821 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the ATrack AX7B engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
HCSSELD GEO84A 1.0.1816.180904 GEO84A Download Download HCSS 7132704000 sales@hcss.com www.hcss.com 13151 W Airport Blvd, Sugar Land/Texas/77478 HCSS eLogs provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables HCSS eLogs to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The HCSS eLogs ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the HCSS eLogs ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The HCSS eLogs ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HCSS eLogs ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ISAAC InControl WRU001 4.50 ISACTL Download Download ISAAC Instruments 1 888 658-7520 contacts@isaac.ca http://www.isaac.ca 240 Frechette, Chambly, Quebec, J3L 2Z5 The solution supports the option 1 of the ELD requirements. Option 1—Telematics transfer methods. Transfer the electronic data using both: 1) Wireless Web services 2) Email The step-by-step instructions to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official are: 1) Tap Roadside inspection on the activities page. 2) Tap the Transfer ELD button. 3) Select the transfer method: Web services or Email. 4) Enter a comment. 5) Tap Send. Compliance Malfunctions and Data Diagnostic Events Power diagnostic event Description: the electronic logging device (tablet) is not powered and fully functional within one minute of the vehicle’s engine receiving power and does not remain powered for as long as the vehicle’s engine stays powered Required action - Make sure the key in the ignition is in the ON position, and the tablet is correctly inserted in its cradle. For further diagnostics, contact ISAAC Instruments technical support team. Power compliance malfunction Description: The electronic logging device (tablet) is not powered for an aggregated in-motion driving time of 30 minutes or more over a 24-hour period across all driver profiles Required action: Inform the transporter of the malfunction. Use compliant paper logs to reconstruct the record of service hours for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days. Continue recording hours of service on compliant paper logs until the electronic logging system is back in compliance. Engine synchronization diagnostic event Description: The electronic logging system loses ECM connectivity to any of the required data sources (engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven, and engine hours) and can no longer acquire updated values for the required ELD parameters within five seconds of the need. Required action: This usually occurs while the recorder is performing a firmware update. Communication generally returns on its own after a few minutes. If this state persists, contact ISAAC’s technical support team. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction Description: The electronic logging system connectivity to any of the required data sources (engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven, and engine hours) is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all driver profiles Required action: Inform the transporter of the malfunction. Use compliant paper logs to reconstruct the record of service hours for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days. Continue recording hours of service on compliant paper logs until the electronic logging system is back in compliance Time Compliance malfunction Description: The electronic logging system can no longer meet the underlying compliance requirement to record Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), where ELD time must be synchronized with UTC, not to exceed an absolute deviation of 10 minutes at any time Required action: Inform the transporter of the malfunction. Use compliant paper logs to reconstruct the record of service hours for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days. Continue recording hours of service on compliant paper logs until the electronic logging system is back in compliance Positioning Compliance malfunction Description: The electronic logging system fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the commercial motor vehicle moving and 60 minutes has passed, a “position compliance malfunction” will be recorded in the data diagnostic Required action: Inform the transporter of the malfunction. Use compliant paper logs to reconstruct the record of service hours for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days. Continue recording hours of service on compliant paper logs until the electronic logging system is back in compliance. Data recording Compliance malfunction Description: The electronic logging system can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not kept remotely by the motor carrier Required action: Inform the transporter of the malfunction. Use compliant paper logs to reconstruct the record of service hours for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days. Continue recording hours of service on compliant paper logs until the electronic logging system is back in compliance Missing required data elements diagnostic event Description: Any required data field is missing at the time of its recording Required action: No immediate action is required. Missing data events are monitored by ISAAC’s electronic logging system, and in the event they persist, will generate a compliance malfunction listed in this table. Data transfer diagnostic event Description: The operation of the data transfer mechanism(s) is not confirmed Required action: Alternatively, you can display requested information to roadside authorities directly on the tablet. The data transfer mechanism will be unsuccessful when no cellular communication is available, and will resume when communication returns. If data transfer fails when cellular communication IS available, contact ISAAC’s technical support team. Data transfer Compliance malfunction Description: The electronic logging device (tablet) stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks Required action: Inform the transporter of the malfunction. Use compliant paper logs to reconstruct the record of service hours for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days. Continue recording hours of service on compliant paper logs until the electronic logging system is back in compliance Unidentified (unassigned) driving records diagnostic event Description: More than 30 minutes of driving time for an unidentified driver is recorded within a 24-hour period Required action: No immediate action is required. When logging into ISAAC’s tablet, you are advised of and can claim unidentified (unassigned) driving time for the vehicle. Remaining unclaimed driving hours are visible to office personnel with ISAAC’s reporting. ISAAC Instruments inc.’s Electronic Hours of Service (HOS) solution complies with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations (49 CFR § 395). It has been tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations following the guidelines in the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures published by the FMCSA.
Roadside ELD RSELD 3.0.6 WLI001 Download Download Roadside Systems 314-304-7000 info@romagps.com roadsidesystems.com 2601 S Big Bend Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63143 There is a one page document describing how the officer can enter “officer mode” by clicking on the icon on the top right “officer icon” present on all screens. Once in “officer mode” the Daily Header and Full Day ELD Record defined by the FMCSA are displayed. On the bottom of the page there is a button marked “send report.” Clicking this button brings up the window to email the report to any email address entered. The Web Services method is complete and functional. If there is an error, we will see a response similar to: {"Status":"Error","Errors":["<p>The submitted ELD file is blank and does not contain any usable information. Please check to make sure you have submitted the correct file.</p>"]} If there is a success, we receive a message stating that the file was sent successfully: {"Status":"Information","Errors":["File Received"]} Each malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate. The Roadside ELD was certified by executing and successfully passing the FMCSA ELD Compliance Testing Procedures and ELD Output File Validation. The Roadside ELD runs on Android tablets and phones with Android 4.4 and higher. The system is routinely retested to insure that it continues to comply with all FMCSA regulations. The Roadside ELD has been tested on simulators as well as connected to vehicle engines.
CommandGPS ELD AGCM01 1.4.72 or higher AGCM01 Download Download Agilis Systems 314 732 4925 Option 1 for Sales sales@agilissystems.com http://www.agilissystems.com/ 16305 Swingley Ridge Rd. Suite 100, Chesterfield/ MO/ 63017 We have chosen to use wireless web services and email as our choice for the ELD output file. - Driver or Official will tap on "Logs" from the Driver Overview screen. - Tap on Events/Grid button to toggle between the grid view and a line-by line detail view. -Driver or Official will use the Options button on the driver overview screen -Driver or Official will use the Roadside Inspection button on the drop down -This button will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page -The Logs Grid Page will contain a button labeled “Transmit ELD Data File” -This button will be disabled until the FMCSA has released the URL to send the data file The CommandGPS ELD system continuously monitors for all appropriate malfunctions as specified in Appendix A section 4.6. It supports detection of all malfunctions and diagnostic events specified by the ELD mandate, including: power, engine synchronization, timing, positioning, data recording, data transfer, required data elements, and unidentified driving. When a malfunction is detected, it is reported as required in ELD data file(s) and visually indicated on the ELD system as required by 4.6.2.1. Agilis Systems certifies that CommandGPS-ELD based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 that AGCM01 and complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B. Devices, SubpartB.
BIT OBD ELD for Android BIT17002 2.1.0 BITOBD Download Download Blue Ink Tech (304) 840 0142 support@blueinktech.com https://blueinktech.com 1102 3rd Ave; Suite 401, Huntington, WV 25701 Supported and certified data transfer mechanisms: Web Services per 4.10.1.1 & Email per 4.10.1.2. The web services data exchange has been tested with the FMCSA endpoint. We have sent data exchange emails to the FMCSA email, but we are waiting on full implementation of this email endpoint (FMCSA's server is not currently sending responses). Log in to the ELD with a valid username and password. Select the "Main Menu" at the top-left of the screen. The "Main Menu" icon looks like 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other. Select "Roadside Inspection" The ELD records will be presented on the screen. To transfer data, click the green gear at the bottom-right of the screen. Click "Email Records to DOT" to send the logs via email. Click "Send Records to DOT Web Server" to send the logs via Web Services. Power Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.1 Engine Synchronization malfunction per 4.6.1.2 Timing Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.3 Positioning Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.4 Data Recording Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.5 Data Transfer Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.7 An all-hands meeting was held with all of the employees of our company in attendance. We went through the ELD Final Rule as a group. Each requirement was read aloud. We created a document that specifies how we satisfy each of the requirements and any interpretations we made. Our team was in unanimous agreement that our system complies with the ELD Final Rule. This OBD-II ELD was tested on multiple medium duty vehicles from Dodge, Ford, and Chevrolet however it is unlikely to work in all medium duty vehicles because there is not a standard way of acquiring the odometer reading in ODB-II vehicles.
Transmission Transmission 1.0 1.0 TMSN01 Download Download Transmission, LLC ‭1-855-220-0790‬ sales@transmissionapp.com http://www.transmissionapp.com/ 760 Market St. 8th Floor, San Francisco, CA Transmission’s ELD supports both email and web transfer mechanisms for transferring ELD records to an authorized safety official. In order to produce and transfer ELD records, a driver must take the following actions within the mobile application: 1. Tap "DOT Inspection" in the "Logs tab." 2. Select "Send Logs." 3. After selecting "Send Logs," the user may select either "email" or "web transfer." Transmission’s ELD supports all functional requirements pursuant to Appendix A, Subpart B of Part 395 of the ELD Final Rule and can detect diagnostic events and malfunctions accordingly. Transmission's ELD is capable of detecting the following malfunctions: “Power compliance” malfunction “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction “Timing compliance” malfunction “Positioning compliance” malfunction “Data recording compliance” malfunction “Data transfer compliance” malfunction “Other” ELD detected malfunction I certify, on behalf of Transmission LLC (“Transmission”), that the Transmission 1.0 product meets the functional requirements pursuant to Appendix A, Subpart B of Part 395 of the ELD Final Rule. Transmission LLC tested its Transmission 1.0 product using the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures published by the FMCSA, dated July 18, 2017. The Transmission product and engineering team completed the testing exercises outlined in the Test Plan and Procedures, and coordinated with our third party service provider as necessary in the completion of the testing exercises.
ELD Chrome Cab-Mate One by Pedigree Technologies Cab-Mate One 4.55 CM0101 Download Download Pedigree Technologies, LLC 855-838-6941 eld@pedigreetechnologies.com http://www.eldcertified.com 4776 28th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104 The CabMate ELD product will support the FMCSA Data Transfer via Wireless Web Services and Email once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational. In the mean time, a driver is able to show the ELD screen to an authorized safety official by clicking on the 3 dot menu in the upper right corner of the ELD application and selecting Enforcement View. As an alternative, the logs can be emailed along with the ELD data file to any email address by clicking on the 3 dot menu in the upper right corner of the ELD application and selecting "Email Logs" and entering the email address for logs delivery. ELD Malfunction lights Note: CabMate Open uses a circular malfunction light; CabMate Connect uses a light built into the cradle dock. Flashing Red: Tablet not in dock (CabMate Connect Only) Flashing Green: Not connected or not logged into ELD Solid Red: ELD Malfunction Active Solid Green: ELD Data Diagnostic Active Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Events Definitions Power Data Diagnostic: The ELD was not able to power up within one minute of engine power up. Check the device connections are not loose. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Power Compliance Malfunction: The ELD was not functional for more than 30 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check the device connections are not loose. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Engine Synchronization Data Diagnostic: The ELD is not receiving data from the engine. Check that the Bluetooth is connected (or if using CabMate Connect check that the tablet is in its cradle) and the diagnostic cable is connected to the vehicle. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction: The ELD did not receive data from the engine for more than 30 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check that the Bluetooth is connected (or if using CabMate Connect check that the tablet is in its cradle) and that the diagnostic cable is connected to the vehicle. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Other Data Diagnostic (for Positioning Compliance): The ELD is not receiving GPS location. Check that the GPS is ON in this device, the vehicle antenna is not damaged and connections are tight. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Positioning Compliance Malfunction: The ELD did not receive GPS location for more than 60 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check that the GPS is ON in this device, the vehicle antenna is not damaged and connections are tight. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Timing Compliance Malfunction: The ELD time is off by more than 10 minutes. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic: The ELD is missing required data for creating ELD records. Check Engine Synchronization and Positioning Compliance. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Data Recording Compliance Malfunction: The ELD has reached its storage capacity and can no longer record ELD records. Reduce the data stored on the ELD or replace the ELD. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic: The ELD has recorded more than 30 minutes worth of unidentified driving records in the last 24 hours. Ensure that drivers are logged into the ELD while the vehicle is in motion and accept any unidentified records that may belong to you. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction: The ELD test of data transfer to the FMCSA via web services and email has failed for an extended period of time. Ensure that the ELD data connection is working. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Will be enabled once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational for Wireless Web Services and Email data transfer. Data Transfer Data Diagnostic: The ELD test of data transfer to the FMCSA via web services and email has failed. Ensure that the ELD data connection is working. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Will be enabled once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational for Wireless Web Services and Email data transfer. The CabMate ELD product was tested, passed and certified in accordance with the FMCSA regulation 49 CFR 385, 390, and 395 regarding Electronic Logging Devices.
BIT ELD for Android BIT17001 1.5.7 or higher BITELD Download Download Blue Ink Tech (304) 840 0142 support@blueinktech.com https://blueinktech.com 1102 3rd Ave; Suite 401, Huntington, WV 25701 Supported and certified data transfer mechanisms: Web Services per 4.10.1.1 & Email per 4.10.1.2. The web services data exchange has been tested with the FMCSA endpoint. We have sent data exchange emails to the FMCSA email, but we are waiting on full implementation of this email endpoint (FMCSA's server is not currently sending responses). Log in to the ELD with a valid username and password. Select the "Main Menu" at the top-left of the screen. The "Main Menu" icon looks like 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other. Select "Roadside Inspection" The ELD records will be presented on the screen. To transfer data, click the green gear at the bottom-right of the screen. Click "Email Records to DOT" to send the logs via email. Click "Send Records to DOT Web Server" to send the logs via Web Services. Power Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.1 Engine Synchronization malfunction per 4.6.1.2 Timing Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.3 Positioning Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.4 Data Recording Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.5 Data Transfer Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.7 An all-hands meeting was held with all of the employees of our company in attendance. We went through the ELD Final Rule as a group. Each requirement was read aloud. We created a document that specifies how we satisfy each of the requirements and any interpretations we made. Our team was in unanimous agreement that our system complies with the ELD Final Rule. Full compliance will have to be re-confirmed after FMCSA has their email account for data transfer set up and returning responses.
Magellan HOS Compliance MGNHOS002 1.0.1706 or higher MGNHOS Download Download Magellan GPS 9093945005 fleetsales@magellangps.com http://www.magellangps.com/ 279 E. Arrow Highway, Suite 201, San Dimas/CA/91773 The Magellan HOS Compliance provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer; this option enables the Magellan HOS Compliance to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. ? Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. ? Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. ? Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The Magellan HOS Compliance ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Magellan HOS Compliance ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ? Power Malfunction ? Engine Synchronization Malfunction ? Timing Malfunction ? Position Malfunction ? Data Recording Malfunction ? Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Magellan HOS Compliance ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Magellan HOS Compliance ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Magellan GPS MGNOBDBA Dongle engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Garmin eLog GE1I01 6.50 or later GE1I01 Download Download Garmin International (800)-800-1020 product.support@garmin.com http://garmin.com/elog 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062 Garmin eLog supports the following Data Transfer methods: A. Data Transfer via Bluetooth B. Data Transfer via USB 2.0 A. Transferring Data to an Inspector Using a USB Device You can transfer data to a USB mass storage device to provide it to an authorized safety official. The Garmin eLog adapter supports USB mass storage devices formatted using the FAT32 file system. 1. From the Garmin eLog app, select "Inspection". 2. Select > Yes. 3. If necessary, enter an annotation. 4. Connect a USB mass storage device to the USB port on your Garmin eLog adapter. The adapter glows green when it is ready to send the inspection report. 5. Enter your password. 6. Select "Send to USB Device". The Garmin eLog app notifies you when the transfer is complete. 7. Remove the USB mass storage device from the adapter. B. Transferring Data to an Inspector Using Bluetooth Wireless Technology 1. From the Garmin eLog app, select "Inspection". 2. Select > Yes. 3. If necessary, enter an annotation. 4. Select Enable Pairing Mode. 5. Follow the on-screen instructions in the app to pair the Garmin eLog adapter with the inspector's mobile device. The inspection report transfers automatically after the pairing process is complete. DIAGNOSTIC AND MALFUNCTION CODES TABLE Diagnostic Code Diagnostic Event 1 Power data diagnostic event 2 Engine synchronization data diagnostic event 3 Missing Required data elements data diagnostic event 4 Data transfer data diagnostic event 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event 6 Other ELD identified diagnostic event Malfunction Code Malfunction Description P Power compliance malfunction E Engine synchronization compliance malfunction T Timing compliance malfunction L Positioning compliance malfunction R Data recording compliance malfunction S Data transfer compliance malfunction O Other ELD detected malfunction SUMMARY OF MALFUNCTIONS: Garmin eLog supports the following Malfunctions specified below. Each Malfunction follows on with instructions which are provided to the driver in the Driver Reference Guide to help troubleshoot the issue. P: “Power compliance” malfunction The adapter did not receive power, or was not fully functional, for a period of time. At least 30 minutes of driving time may not have been correctly recorded across all drivers over the past 24 hours. Perform the following actions: 1 Check the vehicle diagnostic port connections. 2 Verify the adapter is firmly plugged into the vehicle diagnostic port. 3 Review all affected driver logs for missing or incorrect data E: “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction The adapter failed to synchronize with the vehicle engine computer to record required engine data for driver logs. At least 30 minutes of inaccurate data may have been recorded across all drivers over the past 24 hours. Perform the following actions: 1 Check the vehicle diagnostic port connections. 2 Verify the adapter is firmly plugged into the vehicle diagnostic port. 3 Review all affected driver logs for missing or incorrect data. T: “Timing compliance” malfunction The Garmin eLog system failed to accurately verify the calendar date or time of day required for driver logs. Perform the following actions: 1 Verify the adapter is firmly plugged into the vehicle diagnostic port. 2 Check the Bluetooth settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app, and verify the device and the adapter are connected. 3 Check the date and time settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app. 4 Review all affected driver logs for missing or incorrect data. L: “Positioning compliance” malfunction The Garmin eLog system failed to acquire valid location positions required for driver logs. At least 60 minutes of inaccurate data may have been recorded across all drivers over the past 24 hours. Perform the following actions: 1 Verify the Garmin eLog app is running and a driver is logged in when driving the vehicle. 2 Check the Bluetooth settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app, and verify the device and the adapter are connected. 3 Check the GPS settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app, and verify the device settings allow location positions to be shared with the Garmin eLog app. 4 Review all affected driver logs for missing or incorrect data. R: “Data recording compliance” malfunction The Garmin eLog system has reached the maximum storage capacity for driver logs and cannot store or retrieve more logs. Perform the following actions: 1 Create a RODS report for each driver for record keeping. 2 Log in as an administrator. 3 Back up the system data. 4 Remove unneeded files from the storage of the device running the Garmin eLog app. S: “Data transfer compliance” malfunction Multiple failures occurred with the method for transferring roadside inspection reports. Perform the following actions: 1 Check the Bluetooth settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app, and verify the device and the adapter are connected. 2 Verify all USB storage devices used to transfer roadside inspection reports are operating correctly and are formatted using the FAT32 file system. 3 If you have not performed a data backup within the previous seven days, back up your recorded Garmin eLog data to a USB storage device. O: "Other" malfunction" Garmin eLog supports an "Other" type malfunction, namely "Adapter Firmware Malfunction". Adapter Firmware Malfunction is a placeholder in the event it is not possible for the eLog app to update the eLog adapter firmware. This malfunction is not an anticipated malfunction but is made available as a placeholder. Perform the following actions: 1 A serious error occurred attempting to update the adapter firmware. Contact Garmin® customer support for further help. 2 Outdated adapter firmware may not maintain compliance. Garmin recommends keeping paper logs until the adapter firmware is successfully updated. SUMMARY OF DIAGNOSTICS: Garmin eLog supports the following Diagnostics. Each Diagnostic follows on with instructions which are provided to the driver in the Driver Reference Guide in order to help troubleshoot the issue. 1: “Power data diagnostic” event The adapter did not receive power, or was not fully functional, for a period of time. Perform the following actions: 1 Check the vehicle diagnostic port connections. 2 Verify the adapter is firmly plugged into the vehicle diagnostic port. 3 Review all affected driver logs for missing or incorrect data. 2: “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event The adapter failed to synchronize with the vehicle engine computer to record required engine data for driver logs. Perform the following actions: 1 Check the vehicle diagnostic port connections. 2 Verify the adapter is firmly plugged into the vehicle diagnostic port. 3 Review all affected driver logs for missing or incorrect data. 3: “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event The Garmin eLog system failed to obtain one or more required data elements when recording driver logs. Perform the following actions: 1 Check the vehicle diagnostic port connections. 2 Verify the adapter is firmly plugged into the vehicle diagnostic port. 3 Check the Bluetooth settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app, and verify the device and the adapter are connected. 4 Check the GPS settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app, and verify the device settings allow location positions to be shared with the Garmin eLog app. 5 Review all affected driver logs for missing or incorrect data. 4: “Data transfer data diagnostic” event A failure occurred with the method for transferring roadside inspection reports. Perform the following actions: 1 Check the Bluetooth settings on the device running the Garmin eLog app, and verify the device and the adapter are connected. 2 Verify all USB storage devices used to transfer roadside inspection reports are operating correctly. 3 If you have not performed a data backup within the previous seven days, back up your recorded Garmin eLog data to a USB storage device. 5: “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event At least 30 minutes of unidentified driving was recorded within the current 24 hour period, and over the previous 7 days. Perform the following actions: • Drivers: Review and claim the unidentified driving time. • Administrator: Review and assign the unidentified driving time to the respective drivers. Each functional requirement specified in the APPENDIX A TO SUBPART B OF PART 395—FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL ELECTRONIC LOGGING DEVICES (ELDS) has been individually tested by Garmin Software Quality (SQ) Team. Each requirement has been validated according to meeting the specified requirement as is written in the specification. The FMCSA Test Plan and Procedures (Version 2.0) were consulted when verifying each requirement. The Garmin eLog solution is a local-type ELD solution supporting USB and BT data transfer methods at the roadside and meets all technical specifications detailed in the ELD rule with the following assumptions/caveats: (1) Electronic Motor Carrier Edit requests is an optional requirement noted in the ELD Technical Specifications (4.3.3.1.3). This is not supported since it is not an essential requirement for a local-type ELD. (2) The ELD data and formats required to be recorded for each event type were verified by viewing the generated FMCSA ELD Data File whereas the FMCSA Test Plan Procedures implied that the application user interface would provide this capability.
Maven ELD MELD_Android 3.19.2 or higher MMELDA Download Download Maven Machines, Inc. 412.499.3877 info@mavenmachines.com https://www.MavenMachines.com 4117 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 ELD Records are transferred via encrypted email and Web Services to the FMCSA. Instructions: 1. Driver presses large blue button labeled 'DOT Inspection Mode'. 2. On following screen driver presses large blue button labeled, 'Send Logs to FMCSA'. 3. Alternatively, driver presses button labeled, 'Inspect Logs on Device', in order to show inspection officer the previous 7 days logs plus today's Maven Machines detects, logs, and codes all malfunctions and diagnostic events listed in Table 4 of the ELD Rule. Specifically; 1. The Maven ELD monitors for power compliance and will record a power data diagnostic event if a driving time understatement is calculated per the power requirements specified in section 4.3.1.1 of the ELD Rule. 2. The Maven ELD monitors for engine synchronization compliance and will record an engine synchronization diagnostic event when it can no longer can acquire updated values for the ELD parameters as specified in section 4.3.1 and 4.2 of the ELD Rule. 3. The Maven ELD monitors for positioning compliance and will set and record a positioning compliance malfunction if location or timing values exceed the tolerances specified in section 4.6.1.4 of the ELD Rule. Additionally, Maven ELD will record a missing required element data diagnostic event for positioning malfunctions as described in 4.6.1.4 4. The Maven ELD monitors for data recording compliance and will record a missing data elements data diagnostics event if it detects missing data, or is no longer able to record or retain records as specified in section 4.6.1.5. 5. The Maven ELD monitors for data transfer compliance and will record a data transfer data diagnostic event or a data transfer compliance malfunction depending on the states described in section 4.6.1.7 6. The Maven ELD monitors for unidentified driving activity and will record an unidentified driving records data diagnostic event upon the conditions described in 4.6.1.6 7. The Maven ELD user interface conforms to user alerting as described in sections 4.6.2 and 4.6.3 for communicating recorded diagnostic events and malfunctions to the driver. We, Maven Machines Inc., certify that Maven ELD, including the cloud portal, mobile app, and the Maven VDA logging device mounted in the truck are all designed and operationally tested to meet the specified FMCSA ELD requirements set forth in the ELD Rule and Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations.
INTELELOGS INTERP-01 1.68 or higher ITELD1 Download Download Intelligent Telematics Inc. 707-653-5647 sales@intelelogs.com http://www.intelelogs.com 28130 Ave Crocker Ste 302, Valencia/CA/91355 To submit the Output File to an authorized safety official, the driver selects the “Export ELD Data File” from the Logbook screen. The driver, then, will select one of the following methods: - Agent External Storage: The ELD will first verify the external storage device is compatible with FMCSA specifications by validating the contents of file "ELDUSBTX.TXT". After positive validation the ELD will save the data file on the FMCSA-provided external storage device. - Bluetooth Transfer: After selecting this option, the authorized safety official will pair and verify PIN with the driver. Once the Bluetooth devices are paired, the safety official’s technology equipment will transfer the output file to the FMCSA website using Web services. Low battery, network disconnection, low internal memory space, ECM data transfer failure, location sensor failure. The INTELELOGS ELD was tested on a diverse range of CMVs from different manufacturers and models as well drivers with different experience and backgrounds. Tests were also performed on different environments (indoor, outdoor, inside and outside CMVs). Procedures and areas of examinations were followed according to the “ELD Test Plan and Procedures” version 1.0 document released by FMCSA on April 25th 2016. The Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM) was used and fully verified to ensure ELD compliance. Corrective actions and regression tests were made on all Failed test results.
BluAgent ELD Android & CALAMP 4230 1.0 BA0001 Download Download BLUAGENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC (619)-878-5852 david@bluagent.com http://bluagent.com/ 9765 Marconi Drive Suite 200M, 9765 MARCONI DRIVE SUITE 200M, SAN DIEGO, CA 92154 The BluAgent Electronic Logbook provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the BluAgent Electronic Logbook to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the <VBUS Device Name (ex: Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, Pacific Track)> engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Hours Of Service iOS & ATrack AK11 1.0.1816.180904 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the ATrack AK11 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Hours Of Service iOS & IOSiX 1.0.1801.11819 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the IOSiX engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Fleetwatcher E-Logs GS4230 1.0.1 GS4230 Download Download Earthwave Technologies 317-257-8740 salesteam@earthwavetech.com www.fleetwatcher.com 8727 Commerce Park Place, Indianapolis/IN/46268 Fleetwatcher E-Logs provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables Fleetwatcher E-Logs to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The Fleetwatcher E-Logs ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Fleetwatcher E-Logs ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Fleetwatcher E-Logs ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Fleetwatcher E-Logs ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the GS4230 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
LoadTrek ELD ELD LX0.4.1 LT ELD Download Download LoadTrek 8772260107 info@loadtrek.net http://www.loadtrek.net PO Box 122346, Arlington TX 76012 Instantly transfer ELD records upon demand using: 1. Telematics transfer. Wireless Web Services and EMail (SMTP) submission to a single, central email address. 2. USB2 file transfer, via port in driver terminal. In the truck the driver from the home screen by selecting "HOS". Swiping the screen back and forth advances the HOS graph/grid from day to day. 3. Additionally, motor carrier may transfer to any email address. LED that illuminates continuously during an active malfunction. The driver display terminal shows a detailed view of ELD functions: GPS position, strength, and status; HOS ruleset/profile; engine-derived readings of speed, odometer, RPM; fault file logging; software version and update status; wide-area communications status and quality. Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC), known in the ELD rule as Malfunction/Diagnostic Codes: Power data diagnostic event: 1 Engine synchronization event: 2 Require Data Elements Missing data diagnostics event: 3 Data transfer data diagnostic data diagnostics event: 4 Unidentified driving records data diagnostics event: 5 "Other" ELD identified diagnostic event: 6 Power compliance malfunction: P Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: E Timing compliance malfunction: T GPS Positioning compliance malfunction: L Data recording compliance malfunction: R Data transfer compliance malfunction: S Other ELD detected malfunction: O The LoadTrek system complies with FMCSA regulations for electronic logging devices (ELDs). All system components including the onboard recording hardware, driver interface devices, communications, GPS locating systems, and administrative systems have been extensively tested under conditions of intended use. This includes the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures as published by FMCSA. This also includes hardware testing; 2,500,000 fleet miles All climates testing, summer and winter Focused testing, far northern and southern US climates. Software reliability testing Temperature extremes testing Moisture resistance testing Vibration testing
Coretex DRIVE ELD02 1.6.x or higher GENDRI Download Download Coretex 888-887-0935 sales@coretex.com www.coretex.com One Bridge Plaza, Suite 100, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 Coretex has designed a 'vizor card' for carriage within each vehicle. It shows graphically and with words what the driver,law enforcement officer is required to do to perform a roadside inspection. As there is no option to paste images into this registration request, the words alone have been extracted from this document. Coretex is happy to provide a copy of this document if requested to. Coretex has implemented the following data transfer mechanisms: Web Services Email Roadside Inspection If an FMCSA agent asks you to present your driver logs, be prepared to allow the inspector to examine and,or transfer the logs to the FMCSA. The inspector is required only to see log data as displayed via the Roadside Inspecton screen. Logs cannot be edited during this process. This Quick Guide will show you how to access the Roadside Inspecton from Coretex Drive. 1. Access your driver logs - In normal operaton, tap the Home key to return to the dashboard. - Tap MENU to present the dashboard menu - Tap View Logs to present your driver Logs screen. 2 From the Driver Logs screen A graph of your status through the current day is presented by status, hour on the default graph. Log data is available for today’s date and the prior seven days. 3. Proceed to Roadside Inspection Tap ROADSIDE INSPECTION to present your Roadside Inspecton screen. Hand the tablet to the inspector. The inspector can examine all the required statistics for the current driver and their available logs covering today’s date and the previous seven days. The inspector can navigate to the log date/s they want to inspect using the Previous Day or Next Day butons. 4. Unidentifed driving events Tap UNIDENTIFIED to view the Unidentifed Driving Events screen, proceed to step 5. 5. Option to Data Transfer From the Roadside Inspection screen the inspector has the opton to have all available driver logs sent to FMCSA. Tap DATA TRANSFER to present the EXPORT DATA FILE dialog Here you can easily transfer a copy of the driver logs, and have them sent directly to FMCSA. To export and transfer the data Tap either Web Service or Email as the preferred delivery protocol. The inspector can enter an optional comment to be lodged with the entry. Tap SEND to export and transfer the file. The export and transfer is completed and you are returned to the Roadside Inspection screen. Description of the supported and certified data transfer mechanisms and step-by-step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official Coretex has designed a quick guide that explains the function of data diagnostics and malfunctions. It shows graphically and with words what each of them are and an explanation as to what to take note of and any actions required. As there is no option to paste images into this registration request, the words alone have been extracted from this document. Coretex is happy to provide a copy of this document if requested to. Data Diagnostics and Malfunctions Dealing with Data Diagnostic, Malfunction events ELD functionality in Coretex DRIVE caters for a number of error conditions that are flagged as data diagnostic or malfunction events. These are detailed here describing the codes, their descriptions, likely causes and response or resolution. Data Diagnostic events These events are when your ELD detects a data inconsistency such that you are triggered to follow the recommendations of the ELD provider to resolve the inconsistency. Note: Refer to Section 49 CFR 395.34c of the FMCSA regulations. In this section: 1 Power data diagnostic 2 Engine synchronization data diagnostic 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic 4 Data transfer data diagnostic 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic Data Diagnostic codes Note: Refer to the ELD mandate on what you must do when there is a diagnostic event. Code Event Description 1 Power data diagnostic An ELD must monitor the data it receives, from the engine ECM or alternative sources, and data record history, or record a power data diagnostic event, to identify instances when it may not. Resolve driver can resolve Cause ELD not full functional within one minute of turning the engine on wiring or power source fault Code Event Description 2 Engine synchronization data diagnostic An ELD is required to establish a link to the engine ECM, and must record an engine synchronization diagnostic event, when it loses that link for more than five seconds. Resolve driver can resolve Cause wiring or power source fault Code Event Description 3 Missing required data elements data diagnostic An ELD must monitor the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type. It must record a missing required data element data diagnostic event for you, if any required fields are missing at the time of recording. Resolve driver can resolve Cause temporary or permanent loss of GPS signal intermittent or disconnected link to the vehicle ECM Code Event Description 4 Data transfer data diagnostic The ELD will automatically test the data transfer mechanism every seven days. A Data transfer data diagnostic event is triggered when the automatic test fail. Resolve might auto resolve Cause the scheduled automatic data transfer failed connectivity with the ELD host service is required for a successful test. Code Event Description 5 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic If more than 30 mins. of driving in a 24 hour period shows as ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD, it must detect and record an unidentified driving record data diagnostic event. The data diagnostic indicator must be turned on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24 hour period and the following seven days. Resolve driver can resolve Cause more than 30 mins combined vehicle use without a logged-in user Resolving Data Diagnostic events You must attend to data diagnostic events from your Coretex DRIVE dashboard. Codes Description 1 tap on the information card as an acknowledgement that you have been alerted to it 2 the card will clear when the condition ends 3 information cards appear on your dashboard with the title Data Diagnostics, and then the title of the particular data diagnostic tap on each in turn from the Driver Log View screen the log entry with a data diagnostic will highlight in a different color tap on the entry to edit the log to resolve the issue 4 tap on the information card as an acknowledgement that you have been alerted to it 5 tap the information card for the Unidentified Driver Records data diagnostic that appears on your dashboard the Unidentified Driving Records screen appears with entries in a list tap each in turn and assign to your log if these events belong to you Malfunction events Malfunction events are when the ELD detects technical compliance issues. You must: notify the motor carrier within 24 hours reconstruct the record of duty status for the current 24 hours and the last seven days on graph paper logs keep paper logs until the ELD is serviced and brought back into compliance Note: Refer to Section 49 CFR 395.34c of the FMCSA regulations. In this section: P Power compliance E Engine synchronization compliance T Timing compliance L Positioning compliance R Data recording compliance S Data transfer compliance Malfunction codes Code Event Description P Power compliance An ELD must monitor the data it receives from the engine ECM and set a power compliance malfunction event to identify instances when it may not have complied with the power requirements Resolve driver can resolve Cause more than 30 mins of driving time lost in a 24 hour period Code Event Description E Engine synchronization compliance An ELD must set an engine synchronization compliance malfunction, if connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 mins during a 24 hour period, aggregated across all driver profiles. Resolve driver can resolve Cause more than 30 mins without ECM engine synchronization over a 24 hour period Code Event Description T Timing compliance The ELD must periodically cross-check its time with an external UTC source, and must record a timing compliance malfunction when it can no longer meet the underlying timing requirement of less than 10 mins of time deviation. Resolve driver can resolve Cause vehicle has been out of service for sufficient time that the internal clock is no longer accurate, and the ELD has not yet synchronized its time you are recommended to ensure that the tablet’s Settings is set to using automatic time synchronization Code Event Description L Positioning compliance An ELD must monitor elapsed time during periods when the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within five miles of the vehicle’s movement, when such elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 mins over a 24 hour period, the ELD must set and record a Positioning compliance malfunction. Resolve might auto resolve Cause more than 60 mins without a valid GPS reading in a 24 hour period Code Event Description R Data recording compliance An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and integrity, and must detect a data recording compliance malfunction, if it can no longer: record or retain required events retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier Resolve driver can not resolve Cause hardware fault Code Event Description S Data transfer compliance After an ELD records a data transfer data diagnostic event, the ELD must increase the frequency of the monitoring function to check at least once every 24 hour period. If the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect and record a data transfer compliance malfunction. This fault auto-resolves when the device begins to communicate successfully. Resolve might auto resolve Cause failure to communicate for three days following a data transfer data diagnostic event Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing Coretex has tested and compared its ELD functionality in full against the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures, dated 10.17.2016, Version 2.0 as published by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Coretex appointed two independent persons, separated operationally and from outside the Coretex company to impartially test Coretex's compliance with the above mentioned Test Plan and Procedures. Three hundred and fifteen individuals tests, from the documentation, have been tested and checked against the requirements. All tests have passed and are compliant. Coretex also understands that the process is self-certification and if any discrepancies are found then Coretex is required to resolve any issues within sixty days. Coretex's ELD solution exceeds the functionality requirements of the Test Plan and Procedures and these items have been tested in unison with the mandated requirements. External tests have also been completed against the recently released web services from the FMCSA for checking the Roadside Inspection File output format. Coretex also understands that future releases of its ELD solution will require to be compliant against the Test Plan and Procedures from the FMCSA as and when either changes. Ben Martel Chief Science Officer Coretex Auckland, New Zealand
LB Tech HOS (iOS Geometris) LBT26011 1805.0315.1 ELDLB1 Download Download LB Technology Inc. 901-480-8834 woxley@lbtelematics.com www.lbtelematics.com 5100 Poplar Ave Suite 2104, Memphis TN 38137 The LB Technology HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email, and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the LB Technology HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password The LB Technology's HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the LB Technology HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The LB Technology ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The LB Technology ELD was installed on various types and sizes of iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a Geometris.
ALS-ELD ALS-E100 v2.0.10 ALS100 Download Download Arethos 7789294567 mail@arethos.com http://www.arethos.com 4-7651 Moffatt Road, Richmond , BC, Richmond/BC/V6Y1X9 ELD data transfer to FMCSA is carried out using two methods which are Telematics (Web Services and Email). Web service is our primary method of transferring data to FMCSA. The data transmitted to FMCSA will have ELD’s certificate, ELD Identifier, and Registration ID. Both request will be submitted using the Mobile App running on any mobile devices supported by Android and iOS platform. Once the request is submitting to our server than the web service and email will be triggered to transfer the required files to FMSCA. Malfunctions events related to power, data synchronization, missing data, timing, positioning, data recording, data transfer, and unidentified driver records. The ELD output file will identify these data malfunction events and their status with predefined standard codes for compliance as mention in table 4 of Federal Register/ Vol. 80, no 241. Most recorded malfunction is “data transfer compliance”, where no signal is detected from SIM. Truck data recorded as offline in device memory and transferred later, when signal is available. We have tested and verified all cases, which are mentioned in document Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures with date 10/17/2016 and Version 2.0 from FMCSA web site. We have certified our ELD product/software complying with FMCSA rules and regulations.
InTouch ELD - Android Pacific Track 1621.6202 or higher ITELD1 Download Download InTouch (800) 881-6343 eld@intouchgps.com http://www.InTouchGPS.com 439 S Florida Ave STE 100B, Lakeland, FL 33801 The InTouch ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the InTouch ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. he InTouch ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the InTouch ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The InTouch ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The InTouch ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Pacific Track engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Trimble Oil & Gas - Android ELD v2.0 5531+TabActive2 1.8 or higher TOGS02 Download Download Trimble Oil and Gas Services 1.877.261.2962 support@geotracinternational.com http://oilandgas.trimble.com 4400 Baker Road, Minnetonka/MN/55343-8684 The solution will use Option 1 - Wireless Data Transfer Mechanism. The ELD will support both the Web Services method and the email Method. To use the Data Transfer mechanism over Email or Web Service the Driver or Official will follow these steps: Driver or Official will use the Options button on the driver overview screen Driver or Official will use the Roadside Inspection button on the drop down This button will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page The Logs Grid page will contain a button labeled "Transmit ELD Data File” Driver or Official will be presented with 2 buttons labelled Email and Web Service respectively. Pressing the Email button will initiate the Email data transfer mechanism. Pressing the Web Services button will initiate the web services data transfer mechanism. Note that the latter will be disabled until the FMCSA has released the URL to send the data to. Power P Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period Engine synchronization E Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period Timing T Device is not able to synchronize to UTC Positioning L Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. Data recording R Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs Data transfer S Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event Other ELD detected O The eFleetSuite application has stopped working or is not responding as expected Trimble Oil and Gas - Android ELD v2.0 certifies based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 that 5530+TabActive2 and complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.Devices, Subpart B.
FleetUp 3NX-i 1.0 or Higher TLT3NX Download Download FleetUp 855-274-2886 hello@fleetup.com www.fleetup.com 500 Yosemite Dr., Suite 120, Milpitas/CA/95035 Open the FleetUP HOS application and sign in. Locate the Logs Tab and go to the RODS page. After driver signs his or her report from the mobile application directly, the driver can use the save button on the top left corner to export data into a PDF file. Once a driver signs his or her report, the report cannot be altered or edited. The driver can send the PDF to an authorized safety official. On the FleetUP HOS application, a malfunction will occur if there is no data being recorded. 3NX will show that there is no data being recorded. Driver managers must then contact FleetUP Support for a repair or an exchange and it will be processed within the next 8 days. There are three indicators on 3NX. Power GSM network, and GPS communication. *Power Status Solid On = Connected with the engine and Reading protocol/engine data, Solid Off = Not reading engine data. (Tracker Mode), Blinking = Searching for engine data *GSM Network Status Solid On = Connected to GSM Network Solid Off = Not connected to GSM network. Blinking Fast = Searching for network/No SIM card Blinking Slow = connecting to GSM Network. *GPS Communication Status Solid On = Successful GPS Communication Solid Off = No GPS Communication Blinking = Trying to connect Blinking once Orange LED is on = Connected and is recording data. FleetUP system fully tested step by step with technical specification in FMCSA ELD Final Rule (Dec 12, 2015 Version) and meets all required functions.
InTouch ELD - iOS Pacific Track 1621.6202 or higher ITELD1 Download Download InTouch (800) 881-6343 eld@intouchgps.com http://www.InTouchGPS.com 439 S Florida Ave STE 100B, Lakeland, FL 33801 during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the InTouch ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The InTouch ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the InTouch ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. InTouch ELD was tested in compliance with the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures
CloudELD SmartTab 1.0.00 ETSELD Download Download LiRCTek Inc (916) 945-2894 support@cloudeld.com http://www.cloudeld.com 2150 HANNAH WAY, ROCKLIN CA 95765 Our product supports wireless transfer through web services and email. Instructions: 1. Click on top left menu. 2. Tap on DOT Inspection mode 3. Click on Data Transfer icon on top right corner 4. Click on Email or Web services tab. 5. Enter the comment 6. Click on Send button. The ELD System support to monitor all the compliance of FMCSA for various detectable malfunctions and data diagnostic events. Power (P) - Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more, over a 24-hour period. Engine Synchronization (E) - Device lost connection to the ECM for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period. Timing (T) - Device is not able to synchronize to UTC. Positioning (L) - Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. Data recording (R) - Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs. Data transfer (S) - Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event. Other ELD detected (O) - If application has stopped working or is not responding as expected. On Home Screen top right corner if any malfunction occurs in the device icon with circle M appears and similar way if any data diagnostic events occurs icon with circle D appears. LiRCTek certifies that tested all the Test Plans and Procedures provided by FMCSA and compliant with FMCSA safety regulations 49 CFR part 395, subpart B, appendix A. We have done testing our devices in-house and also on few fleets on the road.
Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS Calamp LMU 4230 Series Workplan 4/HOS 3 TC4230 Download Download Verizon Connect +1 (949) 389 5500 support@verizonconnect.com https://www.verizonconnect.com 20 Enterprise, Ste 100, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS uses an electronic data transfer method to deliver driver logs. The driver can send the logs via email or web services to FMCSA from the application. Below are the step by step instructions: o Click Actions from main HOS screen o Select Inspector Mode o Select the transfer icon at the top of the screen o Select either Email to FMCSA or Upload to FMCSA o Note: Driver will have to enter their password to leave Inspector Mode Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS supports the following malfunctions: - Power Compliance Malfunction – There has been a hardware issue or possible tampering with the installed unit. The recorded engine on and off events do not match between the mobile device and the vehicle unit. - Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle ECM for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. During this time, the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven and engine hours were not accessible. - Timing Compliance Malfunction – There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes between the vehicle hardware and the mobile device, or between the mobile device and a network sourced timestamp. - Positioning Compliance Malfunction – The GPS signal has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes in a 24 hour period. - Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device is unable to properly record required data due to not enough storage space on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and events that have not been uploaded might be lost. - Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction – The automatic data transfer check (that is performed once every 24 hours) has failed more than 3 times consecutively. This statement is to certify that the Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS application and the hardware unit (Calamp 4230) combined offering is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) Electronic Logging Device (“ELD”) for Hours-Of-Service (“HOS”) Requirements (“FMCSA ELD Requirements”), 49 CFR Part 395 Subpart B. The Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS offering has gone through extensive testing using the distributed testing procedures as outlined by the FMCSA , along with additional field/drive testing. Using this offering, customers are able to to record, transmit and store all hours of service information according to the functional requirements as detailed in the FMCSA regulations noted above.
Trimble Duo - eDriver Logs ELD Trimble Duo .23XXX or higher DUO001 Download Download PeopleNet 888-346-3486 info@peoplenetonline.com www.peoplenetonline.com 4400 Baker Road, Minnetonka, MN 55343 Wireless Web services and Email Driver or Official will use the Options button on the driver overview screen. Driver or Official will use the Roadside Inspection button on the drop down. This button will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page. The Logs Grid page will contain a button labeled "Transmit ELD Data File”. To transmit an ELD Data File for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days to the FMCSA, tap the Data File Transfer button. Tap to select either Web Service or Email, enter a comment, and tap Done to complete the request and send the file. To allow the eRODS system to transmit the file directly to you, the inspecting officer, enter only your code (such as “US1234” or “IA12345”) in the comments field. Do not include the word “code” or any other text. Power (P) - Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period Engine synchronization (E) - Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period Timing (T) - Device is not able to synchronize to UTC Positioning (L) - Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. Data recording (R) - Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs Data transfer (S) - Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event Other ELD detected (O) - The eDriver Logs ELD application has stopped working or is not responding as expected PeopleNet certifies based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 01/24/2019 that DUO001 and complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.
J. J. Keller ELD - iOS 2.5 25I Version 3 and higher 25I003 Download Download J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. 800-327-1342 support@jjkeller.com www.jjkeller.com/elogs 3003 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI 54957 The J. J. Keller solution follows the "Telematics" approach. The ELD is capable of transferring data via email and web service. When choosing the Roadside Inspection icon from the Dashboard, drivers are presented with two options. The first allows the driver to send an output file (Data Transfer) to the roadside inspection official. The second (Roadside Inspection Mode) allows the official to review the necessary hours of service information on the mobile device. To perform the data transfer, the driver selects the "Data Transfer" option and then chooses the method (email or web service). The driver is able to enter a comment and will then receive a confirmation of the transfer success. To show the ELD data via display, the driver selects "Roadside Inspection Mode." All ELD data is available onscreen and includes the required header, graph grid, event detail, and unassigned events. These are the malfunction codes (7 codes): Code - Malfunction Description P - “Power Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ECM, its onboard sensors and data record history has identified that the ELD may not have complied with power requirement, and has caused an understatement of 30 minutes or more has elapsed over a 24-hr period. E - “Engine Synchronization Compliance” malfunction – indicates connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 min during a 24-hr period. T - “Timing Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer meet the requirement to cross-check it’s time to an accurate external UTC Source. L - “Positioning Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement and the elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 min over a 24-hr period. R - “Data Recording Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. S - “Data Transfer Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD’s monitoring of the data transfer mechanism has failed for three consecutive monitoring checks (each occurring at least once every 24-hr period). O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction – ELD provider-specific malfunction values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator. These are the Data Diagnostic codes (6 codes): Code - Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event – indicates that the ELD may not have complied with the power requirements. 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event – occurs when connectivity to required data sources is lost and the ELD can no longer acquire updated values for the ELD parameters with 5 seconds of the need. 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD event record information is deficient in relation to the required data elements for each event type. 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism (this check is performed at least once every 7 days). 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event – occurs when more than 30 min of driving in a 24hr period show the ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD. This event triggers an indicator that is then turn on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24-hr period and the following 7 days. 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event – ELD provider-specific data diagnostic values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator We created a suite of both manual and automated tests, based on each of the individual regulations and the testing procedures document, and executed them both at our testing benches and in vehicles.
ST20 ELD Suntech ELD 1.8 or higher SNST20 Download Download Suntech International USA Inc 760-295-5006 sales@suntechint.com http://www.suntechint.com 2598 Fortune Way, Suite I, Vista/CA/92078 To submit the Output File to an authorized safety official, the driver selects the “Export ELD Data File” from the Logbook screen. The driver, then, will select one of the following methods: - Agent External Storage: The ELD will first verify the external storage device is compatible with FMCSA specifications by validating the contents of file "ELDUSBTX.TXT". After positive validation the ELD will save the data file on the FMCSA-provided external storage device. - Bluetooth Transfer: After selecting this option, the authorized safety official will pair and verify PIN with the driver. Once the Bluetooth devices are paired, the safety official’s technology equipment will transfer the output file to the FMCSA website using Web services. - FMCSA web service: This option securely communicates to FMCSA's end-point ad obtains submission ID. Low battery, network disconnection, low internal memory space, ECM data transfer failure, location sensor failure. In addition the following malfunctions are detected (and appropriate records created) by the Suntech ELD: - Power data diagnostic (diagnostic - 1) - Engine synchronization data diagnostic (diagnostic - 2) - Missing required data elements (diagnostic - 3) - Data transfer (diagnostic - 4) - Unidentified driving records data diagnostic (diagnostic - 5) - Other ELD diagnostics (diagnostic - 6 - Power compliance (malfunction - P) - Engine synchronization compliance (malfunction - E) - Timing compliance (malfunction - T) - Positioning compliance (malfunction - L) - Data recording compliance (malfunction - R) - Data transfer compliance (malfunction - S) - Other ELD malfunctions (malfunction - O) The Suntech ELD was tested on a diverse range of CMVs from different manufacturers and models as well drivers with different experience and backgrounds. Tests were also performed on different environments (indoor, outdoor, inside and outside CMVs). Procedures and areas of examinations were followed according to the “ELD Test Plan and Procedures” version 1.0 document released by FMCSA on April 25th 2016. The Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM) was used and fully verified to ensure ELD compliance. Corrective actions and regression tests were made on all Failed test results.
BIT ELD for Apple BIT17001 1.5.7 or higher BITELD Download Download Blue Ink Tech (304) 840 0142 support@blueinktech.com https://blueinktech.com 1102 3rd Ave; Suite 401, Huntington, WV 25701 Supported and certified data transfer mechanisms: Web Services per 4.10.1.1 & Email per 4.10.1.2. The web services data exchange has been tested with the FMCSA endpoint. We have sent data exchange emails to the FMCSA email, but we are waiting on full implementation of this email endpoint (FMCSA's server is not currently sending responses). Log in to the ELD with a valid username and password. Select the "Main Menu" at the top-left of the screen. The "Main Menu" icon looks like 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other. Select "Roadside Inspection" The ELD records will be presented on the screen. To transfer data, click the green gear at the bottom-right of the screen. Click "Email Records to DOT" to send the logs via email. Click "Send Records to DOT Web Server" to send the logs via Web Services. Power Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.1 Engine Synchronization malfunction per 4.6.1.2 Timing Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.3 Positioning Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.4 Data Recording Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.5 Data Transfer Compliance malfunction per 4.6.1.7 An all-hands meeting was held with all of the employees of our company in attendance. We went through the ELD Final Rule as a group. Each requirement was read aloud. We created a document that specifies how we satisfy each of the requirements and any interpretations we made. Our team was in unanimous agreement that our system complies with the ELD Final Rule. Full compliance will have to be re-confirmed after FMCSA has their email account for data transfer set up and returning responses.
ELD365 ELD386 2.1.399 ATS001 Download Download JAMES TSENG 18888581928 support@eld365.com http://www.eld365.com 19083 COLIMA ROAD, ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CA 91748 1. Open the app 2. Click on View Logs 3. Click on Email Logs 4. Click send Logs (this page will both email logs and send them through the web service) In addition to the malfunction and diagnostic event handling required by the ELD regulation, including all malfunction and data diagnostic events listed in table 4 of the FMCSA ELD Final Rule, we also alert the user when the vehicle is in motion and there is no identified driver, as well as instances where the driver’s business records indicate that he or she is not in the correct vehicle. P - "Power compliance" malfunction E - "Engine synchronization compliance" malfunction T - "Timing compliance" malfunction L - "Positioning compliance" malfunction R - "Data recording compliance" malfunction S - "Data transfer compliance" malfunction O - "Other" ELD detected malfunction 1 - "Power data diagnostic" event 2 - "Engine synchronization data diagnostic" event 3 - "Missing required data elements data diagnostic" event 4 - "Data transfer data diagnostic" event 5 - "Unidentified driving records data diagnostic" event 6 - "Other" ELD identified diagnostic event A team of 11 developers and QA testers have performed unit and functional tests of the ELD across multiple version of Android software and hardware, using both simulators and actual vehicles to generate data. The Project Manager and Test Team Leader worked through the Requirements Traceability Matrix to create tasks for the developers to ensure every requirement was met in the ELD. As we came across any item we did not have available, we generated a project plan for that particular item and assigned it to a developer for completion. Once the item was complete, we released it to the testing team for testing. All of our testing is manual and done from the user’s point of view. We do not use any type of automated testing. For failed tests, the tester emails the result to the Test Team Leader. The developer assigned to the particular task fixes the error and completes the corrective action process. Once the corrective action process is complete, the new code is released and turned back over to the tester for regression testing.
Trak iT ELD Trak iT ELD 2.1 or higher TRAKIT Download Download Trak iT Wireless Inc 4166411300 sales@fleetfreedom.com www.fleetfreedom.com 630 The East Mall , Etobicoke Ontario M9B 4B1 Trak iT® Mobile supports transferring ELD data to FMCSA via Telematics, which includes Web Service and Email. Instructions for a driver - 1. In the top right-hand corner, from any tab in the App, select the three vertical dots. 2. Select Send log. 3. Select one of the two supported data transfer methods - Web Service or Email. 4. Enter the output file comment provided by the safety official into the Notes field. 5. Click Send. If the Trak iT® Mobile app detects a diagnostic or malfunction event, the status is set in the notification tray immediately. Pulling down on your notifications on your phone/tablet, you will find more details about these events. Power Malfunction If the ELD detects a power loss, or is disconnected from the vehicle, a warning message is displayed in the app, and a malfunction event is logged. This malfunction can occur when the ELD is disconnected from main power, or the OBD/CAN connector is unplugged. Engine Synchronization Malfunction If the ELD detects a problem retrieving information from the vehicle’s ECU or detects a loss in ECU connectivity, a warning message is displayed in the app, and an engine data synchronization event is logged. This malfunction can occur when the OBD/CAN connector is unplugged, or with inconsistent power to the ELD. Timing Malfunction If the app is unable to get the current time from an outside source, a timing compliance malfunction is logged. This can occur when outside of cellular or WiFi coverage for extended periods of time. Positioning Malfunction If the app detects a problem acquiring a valid position measurement, a position malfunction is logged. This can occur when the phone/tablet has it’s view of the sky blocked for an extended period (like driving under a metal roof or parking structure), or when outside of cellular coverage for an extended period. The driver will be prompted to manually enter the location information for duty status changes. Data Recording Malfunction If a database or filesystem access error occurs, a warning is displayed, and a data recording malfunction event is logged. The app stores data locally on the phone/tablet, but also sends the data to our central servers for recovery and backup Data Transfer Malfunction If the server is unable to communicate with FMCSA service for a period of 10 days, a warning message is displayed, and a data transfer malfunction is logged. The app checks in every seven days, but if it is unable to connect and successfully communicate, it will register a data transfer diagnostic event and retry three times every 24 hours.  Only after all attempts have been made will the malfunction status be set. This can occur when outside of cellular or WiFi coverage for extended periods of time. The application was built in a development environment with indoor access to GPS, and with ELD compliant hardware from Wireless Links and Sierra Wireless GenX Mobile. These devices were connected to a JBUS simulator, which simulates vehicle speed, odometer, ignition status, and all relevant telematics data for ELD compliance. Application development was done in accordance with FMCSA documentation and guidelines. Once the application was ready for public Beta testing, we started testing in the field to ensure all functions are operational, and to eliminate any bugs. The back end service and front end management portal were leveraged and tested to ensure all compliant elements are present and functional. Further client based field testing commenced. Supported data transfer methods were tested using the FMCSA Test Certificate, ELD Identifier and ELD Registration ID. Once all bugs were fixed, and all compliant elements were functional, we released the application into production environment and submitted documentation for FMCSA self certification.
BluAgent ELD Android & BAFX/ELM327 1.0 BA0001 Download Download BLUAGENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC (619)-878-5852 david@bluagent.com http://bluagent.com/ 9765 Marconi Drive Suite 200M, 9765 MARCONI DRIVE SUITE 200M, SAN DIEGO, CA 92154 The BluAgent Electronic Logbook provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the BluAgent Electronic Logbook to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the <VBUS Device Name (ex: Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, Pacific Track)> engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELDS HOS ELDS21009 1625.6584 and up ELDS12 Download Download ELD Solutions (855) 696-3537 support@eldsolutions.com https://eldsolutions.com/ 9721 Cogdill Road, Suite 201, Knoxville, TN 37932 Data Transfer The ELDS HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELDS HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The ELDS HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELDS HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELDS HOS ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELDS HOS ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS Device Names ex: Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, ELM 327 engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application portal that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELD Chrome Cab-Mate Open by Pedigree Technologies Cab-Mate Open 4.55 CMOP01 Download Download Pedigree Technologies, LLC 855-838-6941 eld@pedigreetechnologies.com http://www.eldcertified.com 4776 28th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104 The CabMate ELD product will support the FMCSA Data Transfer via Wireless Web Services and Email once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational. In the mean time, a driver is able to show the ELD screen to an authorized safety official by clicking on the 3 dot menu in the upper right corner of the ELD application and selecting Enforcement View. As an alternative, the logs can be emailed along with the ELD data file to any email address by clicking on the 3 dot menu in the upper right corner of the ELD application and selecting "Email Logs" and entering the email address for logs delivery. ELD Malfunction lights Note: CabMate Open uses a circular malfunction light; CabMate Connect uses a light built into the cradle dock. Flashing Red: Tablet not in dock (CabMate Connect Only) Flashing Green: Not connected or not logged into ELD Solid Red: ELD Malfunction Active Solid Green: ELD Data Diagnostic Active Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Events Definitions Power Data Diagnostic: The ELD was not able to power up within one minute of engine power up. Check the device connections are not loose. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Power Compliance Malfunction: The ELD was not functional for more than 30 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check the device connections are not loose. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Engine Synchronization Data Diagnostic: The ELD is not receiving data from the engine. Check that the Bluetooth is connected (or if using CabMate Connect check that the tablet is in its cradle) and the diagnostic cable is connected to the vehicle. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction: The ELD did not receive data from the engine for more than 30 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check that the Bluetooth is connected (or if using CabMate Connect check that the tablet is in its cradle) and that the diagnostic cable is connected to the vehicle. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Other Data Diagnostic (for Positioning Compliance): The ELD is not receiving GPS location. Check that the GPS is ON in this device, the vehicle antenna is not damaged and connections are tight. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Positioning Compliance Malfunction: The ELD did not receive GPS location for more than 60 minutes over the last 24 hours. Check that the GPS is ON in this device, the vehicle antenna is not damaged and connections are tight. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Timing Compliance Malfunction: The ELD time is off by more than 10 minutes. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic: The ELD is missing required data for creating ELD records. Check Engine Synchronization and Positioning Compliance. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Data Recording Compliance Malfunction: The ELD has reached its storage capacity and can no longer record ELD records. Reduce the data stored on the ELD or replace the ELD. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic: The ELD has recorded more than 30 minutes worth of unidentified driving records in the last 24 hours. Ensure that drivers are logged into the ELD while the vehicle is in motion and accept any unidentified records that may belong to you. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction: The ELD test of data transfer to the FMCSA via web services and email has failed for an extended period of time. Ensure that the ELD data connection is working. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Will be enabled once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational for Wireless Web Services and Email data transfer. Data Transfer Data Diagnostic: The ELD test of data transfer to the FMCSA via web services and email has failed. Ensure that the ELD data connection is working. If this issue persists, contact your administrator. Will be enabled once the FMCSA Web Services portal is operational for Wireless Web Services and Email data transfer. The CabMate ELD product was tested, passed and certified in accordance with the FMCSA regulation 49 CFR 385, 390, and 395 regarding Electronic Logging Devices.
Locus ELD ELD001 1625.6584 or higher ELD001 Download Download Locus GPS (888) 643-6862 info@locusgps.com www.locusgps.com 2920 Arabian PL, Marietta, GA 30062 Data Transfer The Locus ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Locus ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The Locus ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Locus ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The Locus ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Locus ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
YLOGAPP IPAD 1.8 YLA1.8 Download Download Yusata Infotech Pvt Ltd +1-856-206-9636 info@yusata.com http://ylogapp.com 84/122 Pratap Nagar, , Jaipur, Raj - 302033 For the Data Transfer to authorized Safety Officer, we have used the option of wireless Email service. The ELD data will be transmitted thru an secure Email channel to the safety officer's email id or to DOT department from the device. The data transfer steps are as under: 1. Driver will login using his credentials 2. Driver to go to settings 3. Use a toggle button to transmit ELD data to email id 4. Input Email id 5. Click on send 6. Data will transfer from the server directly to officer it is simple for a driver to send data and focus on his work. As per the FMCSA Faq document, the various Malfunctions defined are handled as under: The Ipad application YLogApp is compliant for ELD. The application has been developed to manage and overcome Malfunctions at any point of time. ELD is dependent on technology and might face technical malfunctions and data inconsistencies ranging from GPS position data, synchronization of data, power related, data transfer, missing data, time zone issues and any other records related issues that are yet to be understood. The application is prepared to record such malfunctions that allows driver to inform the Motor carrier within the stipulated time of 24 hours. 1. “power data diagnostic events” and “power compliance malfunctions” occur Process: iPads are hard mounted units with power connections to vehicle. As soon as vehicle ignition is on, iPad gets power and driver need to login. We doesn’t send any driver to off Duty at any point if vehicle ignition is ON and device is charging. 2. When do electronic logging device (ELD) “engine synchronization data diagnostic events” and “engine synchronization compliance malfunctions” occur? Process: This is not applicable in case of iPad since it is not connected to ECM. 3. When does an electronic logging device (ELD) “timing compliance malfunction” occur? Process: Driver can select time zone on iPads and device reports in that time zone. Backend DB, records all data in UTC but displays in driver’s selected time zone. 4. When does an electronic logging device (ELD) “positioning compliance malfunction” occur? Process: We record it as “GPS Off” event, which can be seen on vehicle breadcrumb. 5. When does an electronic logging device (ELD) “data recording compliance malfunction” occur? Process: We play a siren when such error occurs so driver can stop the vehicle and info his motor carrier about malfunction. 6. When does an electronic logging device (ELD) “missing required data elements data diagnostic event” occur? Process: We play a siren when such error occurs so driver can stop the vehicle and info his motor carrier about malfunction. 7. When do electronic logging device (ELD) “data transfer data diagnostic events” and “data transfer compliance malfunctions” occur? Process: If data is not received for a certain duration (configurable) by driver’s motor carrier then an email is originated to inform about it. Motor carrier then can be in touch with driver to identify the cause and/or fix it. 8.When does an electronic logging device (ELD) “unidentified driving records data diagnostic event” occur? Process: A driver must authenticate in the application so data comes for logged in driver only. Identity via login of the driver is confirmed before he starts driving. 9. Visual indicators must be displayed by an ELD? Process: A Green icon is displayed on the DOT log screen on iPad when driver is logged in. A Red icon is illuminated along with siren when a malfunction occurs. The motor carrier will inform for further malfunctions faced and will be resolved to meet the ELD requirements. YLOGAPP, Ipad version for ELD has been tested on the grounds of requirements and exceptional conditions, driving rules laid down by the department. The app has been tested in real case scenarios with our clients; it has been tested as per the rules and regulations of FMCSA. The driver was given an ELD device with YLogApp and the tests were conducted to verify the functions of ELD parameters, its efficiency, the malfunctions or practical issues faced by driver and motor carrier during the process. The 16/34 hour rules, exception rules and driving status of the driver have been tested and all the values received were found satisfactory. The app has performed as per the desired results.
1ELD CTG4 1.H CTG4BT Download Download Cartrack USA 4245008601 support@cartrack.us https://www.cartrack.us/ 3617 Hayden Avenue, Suite 101, Culver City Following are available OPTIONS Currently Available Data Transfer During Roadside Safety Inspections Driver can enter roadside inspection mode on the tablet and either Email or display the data to the officer during the inspection. Driver can show current 24 hours and past 7 days to the inspecting officer. This will be in a traditional log based view as per current paper based log book inspections. Email Driver can email RODS in a PDF format or data file in a CSV format to the Inspection officer. The CSV file has: (1) a header segment, which specifies current or non-varying elements of an ELD file; and (2) variable length comma-delimited segments for the drivers, vehicles, ELD events, ELD malfunction and data diagnostics records, ELD login and logout activity, and unidentified driver records. Future state, Web Service and Bluetooth data transfer protocols to be defined these will both be available. The 1ELD application has the ability to send RODS via Web services and SOAP based on configurations. ELD Malfunction events are logged based on Accelerometer and GPS movement and comparison to actual data received from ECM. Connectivity issues are logged in real time based on communication between ECM and ELD. GPS and ELD. Server and ELD. Driver ELD app and ELD. Database Required fields and ELD. The following Malfunctions are all logged by the ELD Power Compliance Malfunctions Engine Synchronization Malfunctions Timing Compliance Malfunctions Position Compliance Malfunctions Data Recording Malfunctions Missing Required Data Malfunctions The company certifies based on the following testing procedure that the 1ELD device is compliant and passed the FMCSA Test plan and Procedures Requirements. We used a third party Quality assurance and Testing Team. Devices were beta tested in customers for field testing. Detailed user testing and regression testing procedures. For Hardware and Application: Test Case Preparation Automated Script Identification and Modification Manual and Automated Testing Usability Testing Performance Testing Security and Compliance Testing Device Testing QA and testing of all modules excluding ELD-FUNC-4.3.2.5-2 ELD-FUNC-4.9.1-2 ELD-FUNC-4.9.2-5 ELD-FUNC-4.10.1.1-2 ELD-FUNC-4.10.1.1-3 ELD-FUNC-4.10.1.1-4 ELD-FUNC-4.10.1.2-2 ELD-FUNC-4.10.1.2-3 ELD-FUNC-4.10.2-1
Navistream NAVT 2.1 or newer NAVT21 Download Download Streamline Transportation Technologies Inc 1-844-571-8200 info@stti.ca http://www.stti.ca 348A Tranquille Rd, Kamloops, BC, V2B 3G6, Kamloops / BC / V2B 3G6 Supported data transfer mechanisms: Navistream supports data transfer via Wireless Web Services and via Email. Step by step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records: 1. When the vehicle is stopped, Navistream presents the Main Menu with the option to transfer the ELD records. 2. On the ELD Bar at the top of the screen, activate the ‘ELD Data Transfer’ button with the up-arrow icon. This opens the single-step data transfer dialog. 3.Select the method of transfer. The default is Wireless Web Services. The second choice is Email. The safety official will specify which transfer mechanism to use. Enter the output file comment provided by the safety official. 4. Confirm by activating the ‘Start Data Transfer’ button. The transfer status field will indicate the progress of the transfer, and in case of a failure, the error code. Reported Malfunctions include: POWER, ENGINE SYNCHRONIZATION, DATA TRANSFER, TIMING, POSITIONING, DATA RECORDING, OTHER. This device has been tested against FMCSA regulations to the best of our abilities and found to be in compliance with the regulations.
AKAL ELD AKAL100 2.0 And Higher FF66EE Download Download GeoSpace Labs 877.4.GEOWIZ david@geowiz.biz https://www.geospacelabs.com 4460 Florida National Driv,, Lakeland, FL 33813 AKAL ELD supports wireless Web services and email (Option 1) for its compliant data transfer mechanism. For a driver to transmit this information to an authorized safety official they will: 1. Tap the tools button in the upper right corner of the mobile ELD device. 2. Tap the send logs button in the lower right of the popup. 3. NOTE: Driver may check the 'copy me on this email' option to also receive a copy of the log transfer 1. Check that Bluetooth is enabled on the phone and that the modem device is available for pairing 2. Inspect the physical model for its error state. There are 2 primary states 3. A rapidly blinking light indicates that the modem was unable to pair with the mobile device 4. A steady dull light means the modem was entered an error state and is not attempting to pair with any device 5. In either scenario hold the small button on the bottom left of the modem device front panel for 5 seconds to reset the device and to clear its error state ERROR CODES The primary default code is the inability of the mobile device to connect to the engine modem. This is indicated by the red bar along the top of the device. For troubleshooting instructions see above section “Setting Up The AKAL Plug In” FMCSA Error Codes Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Description P “Power compliance” malfunction E “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T “Timing compliance” malfunction L “Positioning compliance” malfunction R “Data recording compliance” malfunction S “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O “Other” ELD detected malfunction AKAL Equivalent Codes Code Description Shown on Mobile Device P “The plug in device is not powered on.” E “The plug in device is not able to synchronize” T “The plug in timing is not working correctly” L “System is not able to determine positioning” R “System is not able to record data” S “System is not able to transfer data” O “An unidentified error has occurred” Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Data Diagnostic Event 1 “Power data diagnostic” event 2 “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event 3 “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event 4 “Data transfer data diagnostic” event 5 “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event AKAL Equivalent Codes Code Process Run, Description 1 “AKAL will attempt to reset the plug in” 2 “AKAL will attempt to reset the plug in” 3 “You are missing data xxx from the ELD logs” 4 “Attempting to reconnect..” 5 “Unidentified driving records found” 6 “A general system diagnostic is in process..” The FMCSA ELD Requirements document and usage case scenario document were followed step by step to validate each function in the requirements with our ELD device. Several updates to the software were made and the testing procedure was repeated until all scenarios passed. Software version 2.0 contains the code base tested against the FMCA requirements.
Fleet Complete ELD MGS700 (GNX6) / MGS800 21.0 and higher FCBGRD Download Download BigRoad Inc 1-888-305-8777 support@bigroad.com www.bigroad.com 180 Columbia St. W., Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3L3 Data transfer is supported via telematics types, specifically web services and email. Step by step instructions: 1) Tap Inspect Logs 2) Select 7 days (US) 3) Tap Send to FMCSA 4) Select either "Via web services" or "Via email" 5) Tap Send 6) Fill in the provided output file comment 7) Tap Send Supported Malfunctions include: Engine Synchronization Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is unable to sense required engine and vehicle information such as odometer, hours, VIN, road speed, engine on/off Timing Compliance Malfunction - indicated when the ELDs clock diverges by more than 10 minutes from the external, reliable source (GPS Time) Positioning Compliance Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is continually unable to determine an accurate location and >5 miles of driving have elapsed Data Recording Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is unable to store data Power Compliance Malfunction - indicated when the ELD is unable to power on with sufficient time during vehicle use Data Transfer Malfunction - indicated when the ELD has been unable to transfer required information to FMCSA servers for an extended period of time The Fleet Complete ELD has been tested in accordance with BigRoad testing procedures to be compliant with FMSCA regulation 49 CFR part 395, subpart B, appendix A; describing the functional requirements for ELD solutions.
CarJack ELD Blue Link 3.0.6 WLI001 Download Download CarJack GPS +5216643855155 oficina@carjackgps.com http://www.carjackgps.com Calle Mision San Javier 10661-A Zona Rio Tijuana BC Mexico, Tijuana Baja California Mexico 22010 When entering an inspection scenario, the driver follows the instructions provided on his printed one page manual which instructs the driver to press the "Officer Button" located on the top right of the DriverLog apps' home screen display. This will launch the Officer View. The officer view features a "Send" button and an Add comment button, which allows the officer to enter his identifier and send out the ELD data file through web services or email (both options are available). Following the guidance of the ELD section of the Federal Register...section "4.10.1. Data Transfer Mechanisms," we allow the officer to use both e-mail or Web Services to transfer the driver's data to the official FMCSA ELD e-mail address or the the FMCSA's Web Service repository. Currently the e-mail is formatted exactly to section "4.10.1.2. Wireless Data Transfer Through Email" specifications stated in the Federal Register. Web Services will utilize the SOAP protocol, per the FMCSA documentation, to transmit the ELD data file and the output file comment entered by the inspecting officer. Each malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate. We certify that our ELD application and related hardware have been tested to meet the FMCSA's test procedures.
AIKS ELOG PICPLUS PCP4G 3.9.6 or Higher WLI001 Download Download AikSphere Technologies Inc (905) 495-9559 info@aiks.ca https://aiks.ca 7015 Tranmere Dr Unit#7, MISSISSAUGA, ON When entering an inspection scenario, the driver follows the instructions provided on his printed one page manual which instructs the driver to press the "Officer Button" located on the top right of the DriverLog apps' home screen display. This will launch the Officer View. The officer view features a "Send" button and an Add comment button, which allows the officer to enter his identifier and send out the ELD data file through web services or email (both options are available). Following the guidance of the ELD section of the Federal Register...section "4.10.1. Data Transfer Mechanisms," we allow the officer to use both e-mail or Web Services to transfer the driver's data to the official FMCSA ELD e-mail address or the the FMCSA's Web Service repository. Currently the e-mail is formatted exactly to section "4.10.1.2. Wireless Data Transfer Through Email" specifications stated in the Federal Register. Web Services will utilize the SOAP protocol, per the FMCSA documentation, to transmit the ELD data file and the output file comment entered by the inspecting officer. Each malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate. We certify that our ELD application and related hardware have been tested to meet the FMCSA's test procedures.
Blue Link GPS BlueLink 3.0.6 WLI001 Download Download Eddy Stevens 9056699677 eddy@securitystores.com http://www.itrackgps.com 201 Millway ave Unit 12, Concord/Ontario/L4K5K8 There is a one page document describing how the officer can enter “officer mode” by clicking on the icon on the top right “officer icon” present on all screens. Once in “officer mode” the Daily Header and Full Day ELD Record defined by the FMCSA are displayed. On the bottom of the page there is a button marked “send report.” Clicking this button brings up the window to email the report to any email address entered. It also features an option to submit the data to the FMCSA web services endpoint. This will utilize the SOAP protocol, per the FMCSA documentation, to transmit the ELD data file and the output file comment entered by the inspecting officer. Each malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate. By using the Blue Link Wireless device we have stress tested it under strict conditions. From this unique type of testing we have noticed it is safe, fully functional, and reliable. At all times of operation it is able to communicate with the FMCSA servers and be compliant with the FMCSA policy. In addition, it meets and goes beyond the expectations of the FMCSA by being error-free and responsive to problems by giving signals when there is a malfunction within the system. Furthermore, after repeated testings we have come to the conclusion that it meets our standards and is safe, reliable, and successfully meets the criteria of the FMCSA regulation.
Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS Calamp LMU 3640 Series Workplan 4/HOS 3.3 TC3640 Download Download Verizon Connect +1 (949) 389 5500 support@verizonconnect.com https://www.verizonconnect.com 20 Enterprise, Ste 100, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 Verizon Connect ELD uses an electronic data transfer method to deliver driver logs. The driver can send the logs via email or web services to FMCSA from the application. Below are the step by step instructions: o Click Actions from main HOS screen o Select Inspector Mode o Select the transfer icon at the top of the screen o Select either Email to FMCSA or Upload to FMCSA o Note: Driver will have to enter their password to leave Inspector Mode Verizon Connect ELD supports the following malfunctions: ▪ Power Compliance Malfunction – There has been a hardware issue or possible tampering with the installed unit. The recorded engine on and off events do not match between the mobile device and the vehicle unit. ▪ Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle ECM for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. During this time, the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven and engine hours were not accessible. ▪ Timing Compliance Malfunction – There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes between the vehicle hardware and the mobile device, or between the mobile device and a network sourced timestamp. ▪ Positioning Compliance Malfunction – The GPS signal has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes in a 24 hour period. ▪ Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device is unable to properly record required data due to not enough storage space on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and events that have not been uploaded might be lost. ▪ Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction – The automatic data transfer check (that is performed once every 24 hours) has failed more than 3 times consecutively. This statement is to certify that the Verizon Connect ELD application and the hardware unit (TC3640) combined offering is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) Electronic Logging Device (“ELD”) for Hours-Of-Service (“HOS”) Requirements (“FMCSA ELD Requirements”), 49 CFR Part 395 Subpart B. The Verizon Telogis ELD offering has gone through extensive testing using the distributed testing procedures as outlined by the FMCSA , along with additional field/drive testing. Using this offering, customers are able to to record, transmit and store all hours of service information according to the functional requirements as detailed in the FMCSA regulations noted above.
MasterELD MELD01 MELDA1.0 MBFA01 Download Download NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION PARTNERS LLC 630-422-7497 eld@mastersafetyinc.com http://www.mastereld.com 1040 BORDEN DR., ROSELLE, IL 60172, ROSELLE / IL / 60172 *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases data transfer mechanism with colors and visual cues. INSPECTION MasterELD provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TO PRODUCE LOGS ON THE SCREEN: 1. Tap on the Menu icon on the top left. 2. Select Inspection Module from the Menu. 3. To let an authorized safety official inspect your logs directly from your device, tap Begin Inspection. 4. Give the authorized safety official your mobile device. 5. Tap the Back arrow on the top left to exit Inspection Module. TO EMAIL OR FAX LOGS TO THE AUTHORIZED SAFETY OFFICIAL: 1. Tap Send Logs from Inspection Module screen. 2. Tap the checkbox next to each log you want to send. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email or Fax tab. 4. Enter the email address or fax number of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap Send to email your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the MasterELD App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official with hard copy. GPSTab – ELD Edition is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases Malfunctions with colors and visual cues. How does the driver know if MasterELD is malfunctioning? The MasterELD device has LED lights to simply indicate its status to the driver. DURING INSTALLATION NO LIGHTS Device Not Plugged into the truck's diagnostic port. BLUE SOLID (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Receiving ECM data. BLUE BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The Adapter is waiting for the application to connect. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is connected but the Adapter is waiting for the ECMs. Most likely this is because the key is off. DURING ELD OPERATION BLUE SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time record is recorded. GREEN SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time a record is recorded. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data but waiting for ECM data. Most likely the key is off. WHAT DOES THE DRIVER NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. Contact MasterELD support immediately after discovering a malfunction at support@mastereld.com to troubleshoot the issue. 2. Provide written notice to your fleet management within 24 hours of malfunction discovery. 3. Keep a paper log for that day and until ELD is repaired or replaced. WHAT DOES THE FLEET NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. A motor carrier must take action to correct the malfunction of the ELD within 8 days of discovery of the malfunction or a driver’s notification to the motor carrier, whichever occurs first. 2. Upon notification by fleet manager, MasterELD will send a new device. 3. If a motor carrier needs a time extension, they must notify the FMCSA Division Administrator for the State of the motor carrier’s principal place of business within five days after a driver notifies the motor carrier according to the guidelines set forth in § 395.34 (2). MasterELD will monitor and report malfunction data based on section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction We have used the suggested Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document, version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 provided by FMCSA to conduct testing of MasterELD. Upon completion of necessary tests outlined in the above named document we certify that MasterELD meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. Tests under the following categories have been conducted and passed (P): Accounts Inputs Vehicle Interface Processing Monitoring Recording Outputs Data Transfer
FleetWaze eLog SRS01 1.0.1625.6584 SRS413 Download Download SRS Technologies, LLC 855-663-2833 info@srstllc.com http://fleetwaze.com 28175 Haggerty Road, Novi, MI 48377 Data Transfer The FleetWaze eLog app provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the FleetWaze eLog app to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The FleetWaze eLog ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the FleetWaze eLog ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The FleetWaze eLog ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The FleetWaze eLog ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris, CalAmp 4230 and Pacific Track engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Penske Driver™ App – HOS Module for iOS PTL-Driver-HOS-iOS-2 5.0 or higher PTLI02 Download Download Penske Truck Leasing 844-426-4555 connectedfleet@penske.com http://gopenske.com/hos PO Box 563, 19603 Transfers can be initiated by tapping on the ‘Start Inspection’ link from the bottom of the ‘Daily Log’ screen. Two options will then appear ‘View on Screen’ or ‘Send to ERODS’. When ‘Send to ERODS’ is tapped an optional output comment field will appear. Once continue is tapped the process to transfer data will begin via Web Service following standards set forth in the mandate. If Web Service fail the transfer via email standards set forth in the mandate will occur. The transfer will default to using the devices cellular connection and tested sending via a Bluetooth PAN using a secondary device with internet access. The Penske Driver App – Hours of Service is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. If an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Penske Driver App – Hours of Service, the ELD records the event. If active a red icon in the application header with a ‘!’ will appear, and full screen warning will appear. When viewing the details of an active malfunction help text will provide feedback on next steps. Generally, if a driver is unable to resolve a malfunction, they would be directed switch to paper logs. When the criteria for clearing is met the malfunction indicator will become inactive/grey. Below is a list of all malfunctions: • Data Recording Compliance Malfunction • Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction • Position Compliance Malfunction • Power Compliance Malfunction • Timing Compliance Malfunction The Penske Driver App – Hours of Service was certified through successful execution and verification based upon the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Penske Driver App – Hours of Service was installed on various types of iOS devices. The devices must have a minimum iOS OS of 10 and have a 64bit CPU (iphone 5s or newer). Testing was performed through the use of USB-Link 2 vehicle simulators, and actual vehicles with a Nexiq Blue-Link ELD adapter. The support portal systems were tested via a laptop using a web browser
TSO ELD TSO101 1621.6202 or higher TSO101 Download Download TSO MOBILE by Tracking Solutions Corp 18774772922 sales@tsomobile.com https://www.incabinplus.com/ 7791 NW 46th st Suite 306, Miami,Florida 33166 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The TSO ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the TSO ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML Malfunctions The TSO ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the TSO ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The TSO ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The TSO ELD. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to IOSiX engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Astus ELD Astus & iOS 1.0.1805.180723 AELD01 Download Download Astus/ETL Electronique 1-866-702-7887 support@astus.com https://astus.com 2396 de la province, Longueuil, Qc, J4G1G1 Astus ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables Astus ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Astus ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by Astus ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Astus ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. Astus ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Astus TAG engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
BluAgent ELD iOS & IOSix 1.0.1805.14123 BA0001 Download Download BLUAGENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC (619)-878-5852 david@bluagent.com http://bluagent.com/ 9765 Marconi Drive Suite 200M, 9765 MARCONI DRIVE SUITE 200M, SAN DIEGO, CA 92154 The BluAgent Electronic Logbook provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the BluAgent Electronic Logbook to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The BluAgent Electronic Logbook ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the <VBUS Device Name (ex: Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, Pacific Track)> engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Hours Of Service Android & ATrack AK11 1.0.1816.180821 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the ATrack AK11 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELD logbook ISPP CTELD2 1713-1715 or higher CTELD2 Download Download I.S.P.P. 9675868 Canada Inc. 1-888 256-2464 info@ispp.ca www.ispp.ca 2249 rue Saint-Jacques Suite 500, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3J1H6 The ELD Logbook ISPP provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Logbook ISPP to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. •Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. •Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: •Power Malfunction •Engine Synchronization Malfunction •Timing Malfunction •Position Malfunction •Data Recording Malfunction •Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS Geometris, engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Blue Tree ELD BT500 4.0 and higher ELD001 Download Download Blue Tree Systems 800-477-7052 support@bluetreesystems.com https://www.bluetreesystems.com Galway Business Park, H91 W7CP As a telematics provider we support both email & web service transfer. Instructions below & in user guide with images. Transferring Logs The Blue Tree Systems ELD allows transferring of your RODS to the DOT via email or web services. Email Transfer ¿ Tap the 'Email Logs' button. The email screen displays the destination email address as specified by the FMCSA. The roadside officer can enter a different email address ¿ If provided, enter the roadside inspector's comment ¿ Tap the 'Send' button to send your logs via email. Web Services Transfer ¿ Tap the 'Upload Logs' button ¿ If provided, enter the roadside inspector's comment ¿ Tap the 'Upload Logs' button to send your logs via webservices. Code Malfunction Cause Resolution P Power Compliance The ELD has accumulated more than 30 minutes of driving time lost in a 24-hour period. There may be a fault in the ECM link or an issue with the ELD installation. Please contact your motor carrier. You should revert to paper logs. E Engine Synchronization The ELD has accumulated more than 30 minutes without ECM engine synchronization over a 24-hour period. There may be a fault in the ECM link or an issue with the ELD installation. Please contact your motor carrier. You should revert to paper logs. T Timing Compliance The ELD's internal clock in the vehicle has not yet synchronized with the server that resulted in a time deviation of 10+ minutes. This can occur when the vehicle the ELD is in has not been in service for a period of time? This should auto-resolve once the internal clock has synchronized with the Blue Tree server. If this malfunction does not auto-resolve or persists, please contact your motor carrier. L Positioning Compliance The ELD has accumulated more than 60 minutes without a GPS lock within a 24-hour period. This can occur when the vehicle is in any area without GPS / the GPS is disconnected or not properly fitted to the ELD. This should auto-resolve once the ELD gets a valid GPS lock. If this malfunction does not auto-resolve or persists, please contact your motor carrier. R Data Recording The ELD does not have sufficient storage capacity to record ELD events. Please contact your motor carrier. You should revert to paper logs. S Data Transfer Compliance The ELD has failed to transfer the driver's logs to the DOT as requested during a roadside inspection. Occurs if a Data Transfer Data Diagnostic event has not auto-resolved after 3 days from the when it was detected. Verify the ELD has network connectivity. You may be operating in a location with poor cellular coverage. If this malfunction does not auto-resolve within a 24-hour period, please contact your motor carrier. Using the FMCSA provided test suite / document we added all cases to our manual test case repository and manually tested and logged results for each case.
HD 100 HD 100 iOS 6.04.03 and higher RMDT00 Download Download Rand McNally 1-800-789-6277 fleetsales@randmcnally.com http://www.randmcnally.com/category/e-logs 9855 Woods Drive , Skokie, IL 60077 The supported data transfer mechanism is Telematics using both the Email and Web Services options. The step by step instructions for a driver are - 1. Tap HOS > OPTIONS 2. Tap ENFORCEMENT VIEW before showing your device to law enforcement. You must certify all logs except for the current day’s log to enter ROADSIDE AUDIT mode 3. Tap YES when prompted to “Require driver portal password to exit ‘Enforcement View?’. Enter your password 4. Tap SEND LOGS TO ENFORCEMENT to send logs to law enforcement. 5. Once the inspection is finished, tap BACK, then enter your DRIVER PORTAL PASSWORD again to exit ENFORCEMENT VIEW Compliance malfunctions supported: Power Engine synchronization Timing Positioning Data recording Data transfer Other Data Diagnostic Events supported: Power Engine synchronization Missing required data elements Data transfer Unidentified driving records Other Rand McNally has tested this product using the Version 2.0 of the ELD test specification published at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf using the Telematics option with Email and Web Services and validation of ELD output file mechanism at https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov/ELD/Tools/Validator.
FleetLink ELD FleetLink-ELD-GMS 1.0.1816 and up FLELD1 Download Download Fleetmind Solutions 1-888-639-1666 info@fleetmind.com www.fleetmind.com 1751 Richardson, Suite 7200, Montreal, Quebec, H3K 1G6 The FleetLink ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables FleetLink ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations FleetLink ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables FleetLink ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The FleetLink ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the FleetLink ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The FleetLink ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The FleetLink ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
TSO ELD TSO102 1621.6202 or higher TSO101 Download Download TSO MOBILE by Tracking Solutions Corp 18774772922 sales@tsomobile.com https://www.incabinplus.com/ 7791 NW 46th st Suite 306, Miami,Florida 33166 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The TSO ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the TSO ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML Malfunctions The TSO ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the TSO ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The TSO ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The TSO ELD. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to CalAmp Veosphere engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELD Fleet Android & Calamp 3640 1.0.1824.190107 ELDFLT Download Download GPS Trackit (866) 320-5810 FleetAdvisor@GPSTrackit.net https://gpstrackit.com/eld-fleet/ 27244 Vía Industria, Temecula, CA, 92590 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Malfunctions The ELD Fleet™ ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD Fleet™ ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELD Fleet™ ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Fleet™ ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 4230 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
EPG Connect EPG ELD 1 1.2.2 EPGELD Download Download EPG Solutions 7275073130 info@epgsolutions.net http://www.epgsolutions.net 13141 66th St. N, Largo, FL 33782 EPG Connect uses the telematics data transfer option. Driver will select the "Email Logs" link or the "Transfer Logs" link on the records page to share the records via email or web services. User manual includes instructions and screenshots of the application. EPG Connect will recognize the main malfunctions: Power, Engine Synchronization, Timing, Positioning, Data Recording and Other. The malfunctions are programmed using FMCSA technical documentation as a guide. Power Malfunction: No power information from ECM while Vehicle is in motion for an aggregated 30 minutes or more, over a 24-hour period. Engine Synchronization: No engine information or no link to the vehicle ECM, for more than an aggregated 30 minutes during a 24-hour period. Timing: Unable to verify its timing accuracy Positioning: No valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement, while the malfunction persists for 60 minutes over a 24-hour period. Data Recording: No recording or retaining of required events or no ability to retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise stored remotely. Other: All other malfunctions not covered in the previous categories. Data Test Malfunctions: EPG Connect has been tested to verify the data transfer functionality and the data output file, using the FMCSA data file checker. The web service transfer was tested in house, utilizing the FMSCA web service coding schema. Additionally the data transfer through email was tested in house utilizing FMCSA email format as guide, to check for functionality and correct format. Data transfer check will occur once every 7 days automatically, without driver input. In the event that data transfer is not able to complete the self-test, EPG Connect will start checking every 24 hours. After 3 failed data transfer checks, EPG Connect will save the event as data transfer malfunction. I am certifying that EPG Solutions, EPG Connect, has been tested to the best of my knowledge, to meet the functional requirements included in the ELD specifications, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used. I am self certifying that EPG Connect ELD constitutes an electronic signature conveying acceptance of the rules of behavior in FMCSA mandate.
PRO-ELOG PRO4230_HSPA 6.0 or higher 414230 Download Download Propel GPS, LLC 1-844-776-7354 sales@propelgps.com www.propelgps.com 11501 Sunset Hills Rd. Ste 350, Reston, VA 20190 The driver has the ability to email the log book using the driver display tablet to a requesting DOT officer directly from the driver application that has a continuous wireless internet connection via the global SPRINT wireless cellular network or by manually removing the driver display tablet from the truck as a handheld mobile device so that the DOT officer can independently review the log book. The driver display tablet also runs a continuous web services XML feed to our back-end data base that supplies our GUI with real time data so that the motor carrier home office can access information via the internet on the Propel GPS web portal. We have a fully functional web service and as soon as the FMCSA is ready to receive data transfers at roadside and provide us with the specs we will make the necessary changes to meet the requirements. Currently, the DDLs (Driver Daily Logs) can be emailed from the driver app or from Admin, if the inspection official requests them To use the electronic transfer method via email form the driver display tablet: 1. click the "email logs" tab from the View Logs Page on the driver application dashboard 2. The options are the current daily log or the last 8 days of daily logs (current day plus last 7 days) 3. enter the email address of the requesting officer and press "Send Logs" button NOTE : The subject, name of recipient and control number fields are optional The below list of malfunction events that will be detected and displayed on the driver display tablet and retained as part of the driver logs for time, date and trip associated . 1. Power malfunction 2. Engine Sync malfunction 3. Timing malfunction 4.Positioning malfunction 5.Data recording malfunction 6.Data transfer malfunction 7.Other ELD malfunctions 8.Power data diagnostic event 9.Engine Sync data diagnostic event 10. Missing transfer data diagnostic event 11 Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event 12. Other ELD identified diagnostic event Propel GPS and its authorized employee Jason M Gafa certify that our device model PRO4230 used in conjunction with our Samsung TAB_E driver dashboard meets and conforms to the ELD specifications required by the Department of Transpiration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration rule. Software & hardware testing dates April 6 through June 16, 2017 Testing Procedure and specifications followed Version 2.0 Electronic Logging Device Test plan and Procedures Testing completed by Jason M. Gafa - Vice President of Sales Engineering
Hours Of Service Android & CalAmp Veosphere 1.0.1721.8683 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp Veosphere engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
ELD Fleet R3002 1.0.1905.190415 RAV002 Download Download Raven +1 (716) 636-1092 eld@buffautomation.com https://www.trucks.buffautomation.com/ 1408 Sweet Home Rd STE 2, University Commons Professional Park, Amherst, NY 14228, Amherst, NY - 14228 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The Raven provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Raven to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The Raven provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside
Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Raven to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Malfunctions The Raven ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Raven ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The Raven ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Raven ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
LoadTrek LX2000 3.19 LX2000 Download Download LoadTrek 8772260107 info@loadtrek.net http://www.loadtrek.net PO Box 122346, Arlington TX 76012 Instantly transfer ELD records upon demand using: 1. Telematics transfer. Wireless Web Services and EMail (SMTP) submission to a single, central email address. 2. USB2 file transfer, via port in driver terminal. In the truck the driver from the home screen by selecting "HOS". Swiping the screen back and forth advances the HOS graph/grid from day to day. 3. Additionally, motor carrier may transfer to an email address. The LX2000 has an LED that illuminates continuously during an active malfunction. Additionally, the driver display terminal shows a detailed view of ELD functions: GPS position, strength, and status; HOS ruleset/profile; engine-derived readings of speed, odometer, RPM; fault file logging; software version and update status; wide-area communications status and quality. Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC), known in the ELD rule as Malfunction/Diagnostic Codes: Power data diagnostic event: 1 Engine synchronization event: 2 Require Data Elements Missing data diagnostics event: 3 Data transfer data diagnostic data diagnostics event: 4 Unidentified driving records data diagnostics event: 5 "Other" ELD identified diagnostic event: 6 Power compliance malfunction: P Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: E Timing compliance malfunction: T GPS Positioning compliance malfunction: L Data recording compliance malfunction: R Data transfer compliance malfunction: S Other ELD detected malfunction: O The LoadTrek system complies with FMCSA regulations for electronic logging devices (ELDs). All system components including the onboard recording hardware, driver interface devices, communications, GPS locating systems, and administrative systems have been extensively tested under conditions of intended use. This includes the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures as published by FMCSA. This also includes hardware testing; 2,500,000 fleet miles All climates testing, summer and winter Focused testing, far northern and southern US climates. Software reliability testing Temperature extremes testing Moisture resistance testing Vibration testing
DT4000 REV 7 6.01.04 and Higher DT4R07 Download Download DriverTech LLC 855-451-4621 DTELD@DriverTech.com https://www.drivertech.com/ 1960 South Milestone Dr. #B, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104 Telematics-type ELD supporting Web Services and Email. Tap HOS then OPTIONS Reference the OPTIONS tab when you are inspected and need to share your logs with enforcement. 1. Tap ENFORCEMENT VIEW before showing your device to law enforcement. You must certify all logs except for the current day’s log to enter ROADSIDE AUDIT mode 2. Tap YES when prompted to Require driver portal password to exit ‘Enforcement View Enter your password 3. Tap SEND LOGS TO ENFORCEMENT to send logs to law enforcement. a. Enter valid email address, then tap SUBMIT b. Once the inspection is finished, tap BACK, then enter your DRIVER PORTAL PASSWORD to exit ENFORCEMENT VIEW Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Malfunction Description P Power compliance malfunction E Engine synchronization compliance malfunction T Timing compliance malfunction L Positioning compliance malfunction R Data recording compliance malfunction S Data transfer compliance malfunction DriverTech referenced Electronic Logging Device ELD Test Plan and Procedures Version 2.0 to ensure compliance with FMCSA regulations.
Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS Xirgo XT6300 Series Workplan 4/HOS 3.3 TX6300 Download Download Verizon Connect +1 (949) 389 5500 support@verizonconnect.com https://www.verizonconnect.com 20 Enterprise, Ste 100, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 Verizon Connect ELD uses an electronic data transfer method to deliver driver logs. The driver can send the logs via email or web services to FMCSA from the application. Below are the step by step instructions: o Click Actions from main HOS screen o Select Inspector Mode o Select the transfer icon at the top of the screen o Select either Email to FMCSA or Upload to FMCSA o Note: Driver will have to enter their password to leave Inspector Mo Verizon Connect ELD supports the following malfunctions: ▪ Power Compliance Malfunction – There has been a hardware issue or possible tampering with the installed unit. The recorded engine on and off events do not match between the mobile device and the vehicle unit. ▪ Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle ECM for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. During this time, the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven and engine hours were not accessible. ▪ Timing Compliance Malfunction – There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes between the vehicle hardware and the mobile device, or between the mobile device and a network sourced timestamp. ▪ Positioning Compliance Malfunction – The GPS signal has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes in a 24 hour period. ▪ Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device is unable to properly record required data due to not enough storage space on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and events that have not been uploaded might be lost. ▪ Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction – The automatic data transfer check (that is performed once every 24 hours) has failed more than 3 times consecutively. This statement is to certify that the Verizon Connect ELD application and the hardware unit (Xirgo 6300) combined offering is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) Electronic Logging Device (“ELD”) for Hours-Of-Service (“HOS”) Requirements (“FMCSA ELD Requirements”), 49 CFR Part 395 Subpart B. The Verizon Telogis ELD offering has gone through extensive testing using the distributed testing procedures as outlined by the FMCSA , along with additional field/drive testing. Using this offering, customers are able to to record, transmit and store all hours of service information according to the functional requirements as detailed in the FMCSA regulations noted above.
Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook Android - Formerly Fleetmatics Logbook GNX-5P and below ELD 3.18.0 or higher RAG530 Download Download Verizon Connect 844-617-1100 Logbook@verizonconnect.com https://www.verizonconnect.com 1100 Winter Street, Suite 4600, Waltham/MA/02451 Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook uses an electronic data transfer method to deliver driver logs. The driver has an option to send the logs to FMCSA via email or web services from the application. Below are the step by step instructions: • Navigate to the Logs Sections from the Navigation bar at bottom of the REVEAL LogBook ELD Mobile application • Enable Inspector Mode • Click on the download icon next to the ‘Inspector Mode’ • A pop-up appears; Driver presented with 2 options: Email to logs to FMCSA or Print friendly version (PDF); Select the ‘Email to logs to FMCSA’ option • Driver navigates to next screen; Select between the 2 options: -> Email it to FMCSA -> Web-transfer it to FMCSA • Add the routing code in the Comment field and hit the ‘Submit’ button Note: Driver will have to enter their password to leave Inspector Mode Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook supports the following malfunctions: • Power Compliance Malfunction – This is the responsibility of the Motor Carrier and Driver to ensure that the Tablet with the Logbook Application has sufficient power to be used. • Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle ECM for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. During this time, the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven and engine hours were not accessible. • Timing Compliance Malfunction – There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes between the Reveal Server timestamp and the mobile device. • Positioning Compliance Malfunction – The GPS signal has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes in a 24 hour period. • Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device is unable to properly record required data due to not enough storage space on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and events that have not been uploaded might be lost. • Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction – The automatic data transfer check (that is performed once every 24 hours) has failed. This statement is to certify that the Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook Android application and the hardware unit (GNX-5P) combined offering is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) Electronic Logging Device (“ELD”) for Hours-Of-Service (“HOS”) Requirements (“FMCSA ELD Requirements”), 49 CFR Part 395 Subpart B. The Verizon Connect Reveal ELD Logbook offering has gone through extensive testing using the distributed testing procedures as outlined by the FMCSA , along with additional field/drive testing. Using this offering, customers are able to record, transmit and store all hours of service information according to the functional requirements as detailed in the FMCSA regulations noted above.
Linxup ELD AGLX01 1.4.72 or higher AGLX01 Download Download Agilis Systems 314 732 4925 Option 1 for Sales sales@agilissystems.com http://www.agilissystems.com/ 16305 Swingley Ridge Rd. Suite 100, Chesterfield/ MO/ 63017 We have chosen to use wireless web services and email as our choice for the ELD output file. - Driver or Official will tap on "Logs" from the Driver Overview screen. - Tap on Events/Grid button to toggle between the grid view and a line-by line detail view. -Driver or Official will use the Options button on the driver overview screen -Driver or Official will use the Roadside Inspection button on the drop down -This button will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page -The Logs Grid Page will contain a button labeled “Transmit ELD Data File” -This button will be disabled until the FMCSA has released the URL to send the data file The Linxup ELD system continuously monitors for all appropriate malfunctions as specified in Appendix A section 4.6. It supports detection of all malfunctions and diagnostic events specified by the ELD mandate, including: power, engine synchronization, timing, positioning, data recording, data transfer, required data elements, and unidentified driving. When a malfunction is detected, it is reported as required in ELD data file(s) and visually indicated on the ELD system as required by 4.6.2.1. Agilis Systems certifies that Linxup-ELD based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 that AGLX01 and complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B. Devices, SubpartB.
NexTraq Elogs NTELD 1.1 or higher 1.2.70.0A or higher NTELD1 Download Download NexTraq 800-358-6178 Eldsupport@nextraq.com http://nextraq.com 1200 Lake Hearn Dr NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA, 30319 Starting from the Driver Overview screen for the driver, tap Logs to see the grid view (graph of duty statuses) for today’s date (month/day/year). Tap the Events/Grid button to toggle between the grid view and a line-by-line detail view. The Logs Grid page will contain a button labeled "Transmit ELD Data File” The Officer will tap on the button and be instructed to choose email or wireless web services and enter the instructions or code to send the data file to the FMCSA Power - P Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period Engine synchronization - E Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period Timing - T Device is not able to synchronize to UTC Positioning - L Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. Data recording - R Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs Data transfer - S Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event Other ELD detected - O The application has stopped working or is not responding as expected "NexTraq Elogs" certifies based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 that NTELD1.1 and complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.Devices, Subpart B.
3MD ELD 3MD100 1.0.1715 or higher 3MD100 Download Download 3MD Solutions, LLC. 708-698-1000 info@3mdinc.com http://www.3mdinc.com 6475 Joliet Road, Countryside, IL 60525 The 3MD ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the 3MD ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The 3MD ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the 3MD ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The 3MD ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The 3MD ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, Pacific Track and IOSiX engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Fleet-Tec ELD FT-ANDROID-GEOMETRIS 1.0.1804 and up FTHOS1 Download Download Fleet-Tec Solutions Inc 833-533-8832 info@fleet-tec.com http://fleet-tec.com 2079 CULMINATION LN, Las Vegas/Nevada/89119 The Fleet-Tec HOS app provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Fleet-Tec HOS app to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The Fleet-Tec HOS app provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables Fleet-Tec HOS app to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The Fleet-Tec HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Fleet-Tec HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ● Power Malfunction ● Engine Synchronization Malfunction ● Timing Malfunction ● Position Malfunction ● Data Recording Malfunction ● Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Fleet-Tec HOS ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Fleet-Tec HOS ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
driveTIME Android & Geometris 1617.5828 or higher DT0001 Download Download Cartasite 303-223-0240 sales@cartasite.com www.cartasite.com 1123 Auraria Pkwy, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80204 driveTIME provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables driveTIME to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The driveTIME ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the driveTIME ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The driveTIME ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The driveTIME ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
DriverConnect ELD 50 9 pin Android5.4;iOS1.9.6 RMDC00 Download Download Rand McNally 1-800-789-6277 fleetsales@randmcnally.com http://www.randmcnally.com/category/e-logs 9855 Woods Drive , Skokie, IL 60077 The supported data transfer mechanism is Telematics using both the Email and Web Services options. A detailed description for drivers is provided in the attached user guide. Compliance malfunctions supported: Power Engine synchronization Timing Positioning Data recording Data transfer Other Data Diagnostic Events supported: Power Engine synchronization Missing required data elements Data transfer Unidentified driving records Other Rand McNally has tested this product using the Version 2.0 of the ELD test specification published at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf using the Telematics option with Email and Web Services and validation of ELD output file mechanism at https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov/ELD/Tools/Validator.
TND 760 TND 760 6.04.03 and higher RMDT00 Download Download Rand McNally 1-800-789-6277 fleetsales@randmcnally.com http://www.randmcnally.com/category/e-logs 9855 Woods Drive , Skokie, IL 60077 The supported data transfer mechanism is Telematics using both the Email and Web Services options. The step by step instructions for a driver are - 1. Tap HOS > OPTIONS 2. Tap ENFORCEMENT VIEW before showing your device to law enforcement. You must certify all logs except for the current day’s log to enter ROADSIDE AUDIT mode 3. Tap YES when prompted to “Require driver portal password to exit ‘Enforcement View?’. Enter your password 4. Tap SEND LOGS TO ENFORCEMENT to send logs to law enforcement. 5. Once the inspection is finished, tap BACK, then enter your DRIVER PORTAL PASSWORD again to exit ENFORCEMENT VIEW Compliance malfunctions supported: Power Engine synchronization Timing Positioning Data recording Data transfer Other Data Diagnostic Events supported: Power Engine synchronization Missing required data elements Data transfer Unidentified driving records Other Rand McNally has tested this product using the Version 2.0 of the ELD test specification published at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf using the Telematics option with Email and Web Services and validation of ELD output file mechanism at https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov/ELD/Tools/Validator.
ZUS Smart Vehicle Health Monitor ZUHMBKBTV TDA66 B201_2.X.22B6 ZUSOBD Download Download Nonda +1 (408)-387-3876 ecommerce@nonda.us http://www.nonda.co No NDA Inc, 4010 Moorpark Ave. #214 San Jose, CA 95117, San Jose/CA/95117 Supported Mechanisms: Wireless Web Services, Email Instructions: Driver goes to HOS Tab >> DOT Inspection : Log Transfer Button. The driver is then prompted for transfer type (Web Services or Email), inspector's file output comments, confirm date range and submit. This product supports the following malfunctions: (1) Power compliance (2) Engine synchronization (3) Timing compliance (4) Positioning compliance (5) Data recording compliance (6) Data transfer compliance We certify that this product has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
RCO ELD RCO001 1.3.21 AGF001 Download Download RCO Services 310-451-3735 royn@rco.com http://www.rco.com 2170 Georgina Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90402 RCO ELD for iOS supports telematics Data Transfer. To transfer data the driver needs to tap in the "Logs" button from the bottom toolbar in the Logs Screen, and then select "Log". The driver will see the ELD Screen which displays ELD information for the current day and the list of the events. To transfer data the driver needs to tap on the "Action" button from the top toolbar (top right) and select from the list: "Transfer RODS". This will show a popup that will ask the driver to select data Transfer method: Email or Web Services, after selecting the method a popup a popup with a input will be shown to enter the "Output File Comment". After entering the comment driver needs to tap on the "Add" button and the transfer will be made using the selected method to the FMCSA. Email ELD Transfer File requires several steps: 1.) The entire email is encrypted using AES encryption with the FSCSMA public key. 2.) The email is signed using SHA with the ELD provider private key. At the FSCMA to validate the ELD the following steps: 1.) The email is decrypted using the FSCMA certificate privated key 2.) The signature of the ELD email is checked by decrypting using the provider public key ELD functionality has 2 components: 1. iOS application that is running on a iOS device (iPhone or iPad with a data plan) 2. Digi WVA (Wireless Vehicle Bus Adapter) J1939 device iOS application is connecting wireless to the WVA device. When the application is started it tries to connect to the device at every 10 seconds by sending a sequence of calls to get engine parameters (total distance, total engine hours, engine speed, vehicle speed, truck VIN). If the calls fails then there are 2 cases: 1. iOS app can't connect to the WVA because the driver is not in the truck(iOS device is not in the truck), in this case when the popup that is asking the driver "Is the device connected?" the user should select "No", in this case no diagnostics will be recorded. 2. iOS app can't get engine params, in this case if the call tooked more than 5 seconds a diagnostic event will be recorded. When the driver logs out then we are doing a "Clear All" diagnostic events for that user because Diagnostics are recorded for each driver. For Power Compliance Malfunction (P): If the iOS app is connected to the WVA and the call to get Engine Speed takes more than 5 seconds then a Power Data Diagnostic event is recorded. Power data Diagnostic can be cleared: a.) automatically when a call for getting the engine speed is successfully (clear event was recorded). b.) manually when the driver taps on the clear button from the Diagnostic list. When clearing Diagnostics, we are checking the duration of the diagnostic event (started-ended). If the accumulated duration is greater than 30 min then we are recording a Malfunction Power Data Diagnostic Power Compliance Malfunction can be manually cleared by tapping on the clear button from Malfunctions list. Engine Synchronization Malfunction (E): If the iOS app is connected to the WVA device and if the call to get engine params(total distance, total engine hours, vehicle speed, VIN) takes more than 5 seconds then a "Engine Synchronization Diagnostic" event" is recorded. Engine Synchronization Diagnostic can be cleared: a.) automatically (clear event was recorded) when a call for getting the engine parameter (total distance, total engine hours, speed) is successfully. b.) manually when the driver taps on the "Clear" button from the Diagnostic list. When clearing the Diagnostic event we are checking to see the duration of the event, if is greater than 30 min we are recording a Engine Sync Malfunction. For making everything more clear we are recording Engine Diagnostic events for each parameter: total distance, total engine hours, vehicle speed, truck VIN. Engine Sync Malfunction can be cleared also manually by tapping on the clear button from the Malfunctions List. Timing compliance Malfunction (T): Every time when we start the iOS app we are making a call to get the current UTC time (using a third party server) If the difference from the current local time from iOS device is greater than 10 minutes then a Timing Compliance Malfunction event is recorded. Timing Malfunctions can be manually cleared by the driver from the Malfunctions list. Position Compliance Malfunction (L): Every time when we receive the response for getting the Total Distance parameter, we are checking if we need to record a "Diagnostic Missing Required Data Element" event for Position. We are checking to see if the distance since the previous call is greater than 5 miles. If is > 5 miles then we are checking to see if the latitude or longitude changed also since the previous values. If Latitude and longitude didn't changed then we are recording a "Diagnostic Start For Missing Required Elements" for the Position Key. If the next call for getting the distance returns valid data and the distance that passed is > 5 miles and Latitude and Longitude have changed then we are recording a Diagnostic End event for Missing Required Elements for key Position. When clearing the Diagnostic event we are checking the accumulated duration of the Missing Required Data Elements is > 60 min then we are recording the Position Compliance Malfunction event. Data Recording Malfunction (R): If saving of a Event fails then a Data Recording Malfunction event is recorded. Data Transfer Compliance (S): We have implemented "In Monitor" functionality which alerts the driver to check the transfer functionality. If there is no successfully Transfer RODs File in the last 7 days then a popup will be shown to ask the user to check the Data Transfer functionality. If the driver consider that is working then a custom Event will be recorded to save the date and time. If a "Data Transfer Diagnostic" is recorded then a popup will be shown at every 24 hours to check the functionality. When a transfer fails then a "Data Transfer Diagnostic" Start is recorded and when the transfer is successfully a "Data Transfer Diagnostic" Clear (ended) is recorded. If the driver didn't checked the In Monitor functionality for 3 days since recording a "Data Transfer Malfunction" is recorded. We certify that we have tested and passed all the tests per Electronic Logging Device (ELD) - Test Plan and Procedures dated 10/17/2016 Version 2.0.
Haulynx ELD (The FREE ELD) M1 1.0.17 and above HAUL01 Download Download Haulynx, Inc. 480-646-3545 support@haulynx.com https://www.haulynx.com/ 21 E 6th St., 405, Tempe, AZ 85281 Supported Data Transfer Mechanisms are: Email & Web Services. To transfer Records, User goes to the “Logs” tab, and taps the ‘Send Logs” button. Upon clicking the button, you’re given a choice to send via email or via web service. The user is also presented with a comments popup dialog, within which they can specify the safety official’s code or key phrase. This will be encoded in the output file header section. Our ELD has the functionality to detect when it is meeting the requirements in terms of power compliance, engine synchronization compliance, timing compliance, position compliance, data recording compliance, and data transfer compliance. It records the event with the proper malfunction code. One existing malfunction within our ELD that is known is if the user tampers with the tablet and disconnects the power cable. This causes the app to lose Bluetooth connection to the OB2 and thus losing connection to the ECM. The ELD is able to detect this and log the malfunction under codes of P and E. This ELD was tested by a Team of Engineers to ensure compliance with the rules and regulations stipulated. We performed the tests at the end of the ELD Test Plan and Procedures document after we exported the PDF to Microsoft Word so we could mark up each section with the date of the test, who participated, and the test results. The file validator tool was also used for corner case testing of event types and checksum validation. To check status of development, the compliance matrix that lists every section was imported to excel using a Perl script to track development status. Doing all of this, we made sure our ELD was fully compliant and ready to be used by motor carriers. - German Higuera
Contractor Elogs MC3 1.5.5 MC3ELD Download Download MachineLINK (573) 310-7902 info@estrack.com https://www.estrack.com 2511 Broadway Bluffs Dr Ste 202, Columbia, MO 65201 The certified method of transferring data is via email. A driver will select “Inspection Mode” from the menu. There will be a button that says “Send Logs”. Select “Send Logs” and enter the email that the data will be transferred to. If an internet connection cannot be established the driver can select “Begin Inspection” and pass the tablet to the safety official who can then view the current and last 7 days logs. Supported Data Transfer Methods: Email and Web Service 1. POWER: There is a power issue with the hardware. Its possible the device is not connected. 2. ENGINE SYNCHRONIZATION: The mobile device has lost connectivity to the MC4 vehicle device for over 30 minutes. 3. TIMING: There is a discrepancy in timing between the devices and the vehicle. 4. POSITIONING: The GPS connection has been lost for 60 minutes or more. 5. DATA RECORDING: The device cannot retrieve recorded logs I, William J Schlacks , hereby certify on behalf of EquipmentShare that ELD model MC3 and version 1.5.5 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
Hours Of Service iOS & Astus 1.0.1805.180723 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The Hours of Service ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Hours of Service ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Astus engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
FleetUp 3NX-a 1.0 or Higher TLT3NX Download Download FleetUp 855-274-2886 hello@fleetup.com www.fleetup.com 500 Yosemite Dr., Suite 120, Milpitas/CA/95035 Open the FleetUP HOS application and sign in. Locate the Logs Tab and go to the RODS page. After driver signs his or her report from the mobile application directly, the driver can use the save button on the top left corner to export data into a PDF file. Once a driver signs his or her report, the report cannot be altered or edited. The driver can send the PDF to an authorized safety official. On the FleetUP HOS application, a malfunction will occur if there is no data being recorded. 3NX will show that there is no data being recorded. Driver managers must then contact FleetUP Support for a repair or an exchange and it will be processed within the next 8 days. There are three indicators on 3NX. Power GSM network, and GPS communication. *Power Status Solid On = Connected with the engine and Reading protocol/engine data, Solid Off = Not reading engine data. (Tracker Mode), Blinking = Searching for engine data *GSM Network Status Solid On = Connected to GSM Network Solid Off = Not connected to GSM network. Blinking Fast = Searching for network/No SIM card Blinking Slow = connecting to GSM Network. *GPS Communication Status Solid On = Successful GPS Communication Solid Off = No GPS Communication Blinking = Trying to connect Blinking once Orange LED is on = Connected and is recording data. FleetUP system fully tested step by step with technical specification in FMCSA ELD Final Rule (Dec 12, 2015 Version) and meets all required functions.
GFI eLogs Android and iOS Xirgo XT6300 1.0.1905.190415 GFI001 Download Download GFI Systems Inc. 1-855-434-4477 eld@gfisystems.ca http://www.gfisystems.ca 500 10709 Jasper Ave., Edmonton, Alberta The GFI eLogs provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the GFI eLogs to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Description of the supported and certified data transfer mechanisms and step-by-step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official The GFI eLogs ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the GFI eLogs ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The GFI eLogs ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The GFI eLogs ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp 4230 engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
MegaELD BlueLink 3.0.7 WLI001 Download Download United Bus Technology 202-681-5508 shield@ubt.io http://www.unitedbustech.com/ 7926 Johns Branch Dr suite 630, Mclean/va/22102 There is a one page document describing how the officer can enter “officer mode” by clicking on the icon on the top right “officer icon” present on all screens. Once in “officer mode” the Daily Header and Full Day ELD Record defined by the FMCSA are displayed. On the bottom of the page there is a button marked “send report.” Clicking this button brings up the window to email the report to any email address entered. Now that Web Services are available, we are completing the Web Services transfer method development. Each malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate. We certify that the our ELD application and related hardware have been tested to meet the FMCSA's test procedures except areas concerning the ELD Authentication Value, and the Registration ID and ELD Identifier that we cannot acquire until we submit this form.
TrackEnsure ELD PT30 1.2 or higher TE0101 Download Download TrackEnsure Incorporated 4165516300 info@trackensure.com https://www.trackensure.com 121-80 Harrison Garden Blvd, Toronto, Ontario, M2N7E3 The driver will be able to transfer the report by doing the following 1. open DOT Inspect tab in the application and will press the "Initiate Data Transfer" button on top of the screen. 2. select data transfer method "Email to FMCSA" or select "Web Service Transfer" method. 3. enter optional comment information, this can be used to enter report identifying information for the inspector 4. press the 'Send' button. The driver can also provide the printout of the report on the screen of the device to the inspector. P - Power Compliance (30 minutes in 24 hours) E - Engine Synchronization (30 minutes in 24 hours) T - Timing (Calibrate UTC - 10 minutes) L - Position (Tested every 5 miles) R - Data Recording (Specific to Field) S - Data Transfer (7 day test cycle) O - Other - Unidentified driving record (Diagnostic only) We certify that our model PT30, used in conjunction with iOS platform conforms to the ELD specifications.
Right Trucking RTRWL01 RTRA1.0 RWLA01 Download Download Right Truck Deal LLC 314 931 0707 mmmk@stltruckers.com http://www.righttruckdeal.com 4139 West Vine Street, Unit-111 Kissimmee, Florida. 34741, St. Charles / MO / 63301 INSPECTION Right Trucking ELD provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TELEMATICS EMAIL: 1. Tap “Send Logs” from “Inspection Module” screen. 2. Select the checkbox next to each log you want to send. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email tab. 4. Enter the email address of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap “Send” to email your logs. TELEMATICS WIRELESS TRANSFER: 1. Tap “Send Output File” from “Inspection Module” screen. 2. Enter the Investigation Code of the authorized safety official. 3. Tap “Send” to transfer your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the Right Trucking App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official a copy. Right Trucking is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. Right Trucking ELD will monitor and report malfunction data based on section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction We have used the suggested Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document, version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 provided by FMCSA to conduct testing of Right Trucking ELD. Upon completion of necessary tests outlined in the above named document we certify that Right Trucking ELD meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. Tests under the following categories have been conducted and passed (P): Accounts, Inputs, Vehicle, Interface, Processing, Monitoring, Recording, Outputs, Data Transfer.
ELD by 3rd EYE 3rdEye0001 1.0.0.10 and above 3rdEye Download Download ELD by 3rd Eye 866-804-2984 support@3rdeyecam.com https://www.3rdeyecam.com/ 22130 MERCHANTS WAY STE 100 , KATY, TX 77449 This ELD uses the web services and email transmission method. 1. Go to Dashboard and click on Documents Icon (One step inspection process) 2. On Documents Page, click on Send Logs or Email Logs 3. On Send Logs page, add Notation and click send. 4. If email logs is selected, enter email address and notation and click confirm. The malfunctions supported are: Power Compliance Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Compliance Malfunction Positioning Compliance Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Each of these malfunctions appears prominently for the user to understand the issue. When the user is presented with this, he is able to rectify the situation, contact the manufacturer or use paper logs, as provided as part of the instruction guide, to remain compliant. The malfunctions and malfunction codes can be found in the instruction guide with the required details in order for the driver to understand what he needs to do next. The product has been thoroughly tested by both internal and external, third party, testers. Each requirement of the ELD has been either met or exceeded. The process of review and testing included the full review of the ruling, testing procedures and debugging of any blocker found in the software package. It further included the retesting by additional quality assurance professionals. Ultimately, the programming and hardware operate as intended and are in compliance.
"EDGE MDT" iGbl E210 v. 55 and newer IGBE61 Download Download iGlobal LLC 734-585-7878 info@igloballlc.com www.igloballlc.com 315 NE 14th Street, Ocala FL 34470 The Edge MDT supports Wireless Web Service and Email transmission of the ELD Output file for Data Transmission. To create an output file for Transmission, the user will need to press the ELD Transmission button that is located on the Menu Bar on the Top of all screens on the ELD. When this button is pressed, the user will be have the ability to enter an output file comment and chose Wireless Web Transmission or Email Transmission. Once the Transmission type is pressed a request is generated on the ELD to generate an output file and then to send to the selected transfer mechanism. The user will also have the ability to display their Daily Header and Event list to an authorized safety office by accessing the Elog tile, selecting review logs and then choosing Daily header or Event List. From the review logs screen the user and authorized safety official will also be able to view the drivers daily log graph. The summary of malfunctions is as follows: Power Compliance Malfunction - Created when there is a aggregated In-Motion Driving time understatement of 30 minutes or more Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction - Created when connectivity to the ECM data sources is lost for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. Timing Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD time exceeded a 10 minute deviation from the Coordinated Universal Time Positioning Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the trucks movement and has elapsed a cumulative 60 minutes in a 24-hour period Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – Created when ELD is no longer able to record/retain events or retrieve recorded logs. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction - Created when ELD has stayed in an unconfirmed data transfer mode for three consecutive monitoring checks. Other ELD Malfunction - Created when ELD has failed to Synch logs iGlobal LLC Quality Assurance Testers completed each test thoroughly and indicated their approvals. Secondly, Eric Bauer, Company President reviewed each test case with the IT Project Manager, Tiffany Brock, and Quality Assurance testers to ensure every test passed. Finally, Annette Sandberg from TransSafe Consulting was hired to review every test case, and she too passed every one. We have her written final report where she indicates "In December 2016, TransSafe Consulting was retained to review iGlobal LLC’s (iGlobal) certification process for Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) as contemplated in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device Regulation. This process involved going through all the testing procedures in the FMCSA Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures Version 2.0 released on October 17, 2016. "I conducted a majority of the review of iGlobal’s testing. All in-truck testing was conducted by Jerad Childress, Associate Attorney, Scopelitis, Garvin, Light Hanson and Feary. We found the iGlobal system tested met all the ELD requirements as contemplated in the FMCSA ELD Test Plan and Procedures, Version 2, release date October 17, 2016. A copy of her final review is on file at the iGlobal LLC offices. The main difference between the EDGE MDTs (215 and older 210 versions) is the boot time. The Users Manual above clearly states that the driver must turn the ignition key forward with this 210 version, to start the MDT before starting the truck. This method of starting the software before starting the truck (before ECM is powered) was verified through the May 9th 2017 FMCSA webinar and is also supported by Annette's review of this method. All of the software is the same as the 215 EDGE MDT.
Compliance Now Android & Geometris 1615.5628 or higher GEO001 Download Download Geosavi Inc. https://geosavi.com 1-800-261-4361 support@geosavi.com https://geosavi.com 8230 E Broadway Blvd. Ste. E9B, Tucson, AZ 85750 Data Transfer The Compliance Now provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Compliance Now to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. * Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. * Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. * Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The Compliance Now ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Compliance Now ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ? Power Malfunction ? Engine Synchronization Malfunction ? Timing Malfunction ? Position Malfunction ? Data Recording Malfunction ? Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The Compliance Now ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Compliance Now ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS with Geometris & Calamp4230 connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Apollo ELD (e-Dash) Apollo 1.0.28 or higher APOLLO Download Download Apollo ELD 305-971-6777 eldinfo@apolloeld.com http://www.apolloeld.com 8230 Coral Way, Miami FL 33155 To submit the Output File to an authorized safety official, the driver selects the “Export ELD Data File” from the Logbook screen. The driver, then, will select one of the following methods: - Email Transfer: An email will be preformatted with the .AES file attached to it. The destination email address will the one provided during this registration process - USB Transfer: The ELD will wait for the driver or safety official to connect the external storage device and will automatically enter Mass Storage mode. After the external storage device is detected, the driver will be prompted to re-authenticate before the transfer of the output data file is started - Bluetooth Transfer: After selecting this option, the authorized safety official will pair and verify PIN with the driver. Once the Bluetooth devices are paired, the safety official’s technology equipment will transfer the output file to the FMCSA website using Web services. Low battery, network disconnection, low internal memory space, ECM data transfer failure, location sensor failure. The Apollo ELD was tested on a diverse range of CMVs from different manufacturers and models as well drivers with different experience and backgrounds. Tests were also performed on different environments (indoor, outdoor, inside and outside CMVs). Procedures and areas of examinations were followed according to the “ELD Test Plan and Procedures” version 1.0 document released by FMCSA on April 25th 2016. The Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM) was used and fully verified to ensure ELD compliance. Corrective actions and regression tests were made on all Failed test results.
Gorilla Safety Compact ELD GS0002 2.1.5 And Above GS0002 Download Download Gorilla Fleet Safety, LLC 844-636-1360 info@gorillasafety.com http://www.gorillasafety.com 22327 Gosling Rd, Spring, TX 77379 Gorilla Safety Supports Web Services and Email Transfer. In order to view and transfer the date, the user can tap the documents icon on the dashboard and then present either the .pdf logs to the inspector or tap transfer, where the user can enter the code provided by the officer. The malfunctions supported are: Power Compliance Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Compliance Malfunction Positioning Compliance Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Each of these malfunctions appears prominently for the user to understand the issue. When the user is presented with this, he is able to rectify the situation, contact the manufacturer or use paper logs, as provided as part of the instruction guide, to remain compliant. The malfunctions and malfunction codes can be found in the instruction guide with the required details in order for the driver to understand what he needs to do next. The product has been thoroughly tested by both internal and external, third party, testers. Each requirement of the ELD has been either met or exceeded. The process of review and testing included the full review of the ruling, testing procedures and debugging of any blocker found in the software package. It further included the retesting by additional quality assurance professionals. Ultimately, the programing and hardware operate as intended and are in compliance.
ELDMANDATE (Android Geometris) LBT26018 1.0.1719.8478 EMpt30 Download Download Bizringer Inc 800-968-1869 info@eldmandate.biz http://eldmandate.biz 1221 E. Dyer Road Suite 250, Santa Ana, CA 92705 The LB Technology HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email, and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the LB Technology HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The LB Technology's HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the LB Technology HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The LB Technology ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The LB Technology ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a ELM327 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified using the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
CLD 0.1 0.0.62 eldcld Download Download Consolidated Bulk Carriers Corp 631.232.7171 info@consolidatedbulk.com https://www.consolidatedbulk.com 43 Windsor Place, Central Islip, New York 11722 Our ELD system is capable of producing and transferring the ELD records via telematics transfer methods: Wireless Web services and Email. Below are the steps for the both methods. Step 1: Click on "Data Transfer" button in the top bar (when you are on Dashboard page) Step 2: You are on "Data Transfer" page now. Authorized safety official may fill a key phrase or code in "Comment" input field during an inspection as specified in accordance with the section "4.3.2.5. Driver's Entry of an Output File Comment". Step 3: a) Click on "Send Email" button to initiate ELD data records output file generation and sending to a specific FMCSA email address. ELD data records output file generation for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days will take place on the supporting server. After generation this file will be automatically sent to the FMCSA email address. b) Or click on "Send Via Web Service" button to initiate ELD data records output file generation and sending to FMCSA via Web Services. ELD data records output file generation for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days will take place on the supporting server. After generation this file will be automatically sent to the FMCSA via Web Services. Step 4: After clicking any of the above mentioned buttons you will see a message indicating successful process initiation: "ELD Data Records output file generating has been initiated. It will be sent soon." At Each instance when an ELD malfunction or data diagnostic event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunctions and data diagnostic events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the app/ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. These instances are indicated in the application header with 2 icon indicators (Diagnostic and Malfunction). If an Diagnostic or Malfunction Event occurred appropriate indicator will become red and Record will be created and saved in ELD. To know more info about the event occured, click on the red indicator and it will show popup with the event message. If event has been cleared by the ELD indicator it will then go back to a normal state. Here is the list of messages and codes for Diagnostic and Malfunction Events: Malfunction Events (Code - Description) P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction Diagnostiс Events (Code - Description) 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event Malfunctions during our first round of testing included the automation of Driving and On Duty status not working. We also experienced a few issues where drivers were not presented with on screen notifications. These malfunctions were fixed during our testing and certification process.
FleetOperate ELD JF-2017-01 1.0 KR1SHN Download Download Jackfruit Systems Inc. +1 888-849-5477 info@fleetoperate.com http://www.fleetoperate.com/ Unit#200, 421 Mulvey Ave E, Winnipeg, MB, R3L1Z8 ELD Data file transfer is supported through both email and webservices. 1. Following are the instructions to transfer ELD records through email: a.Access Inspection View, tap on the Inspection View option under hamburger Menu b. Click Email and then enter date range, your email id and optionally input your notes if applicable c. click submit to send transfer the ELD data file 2. Following are the instructions to transfer ELD records through webservice: a. Access Inspection View, tap on the Inspection View option under hamburger Menu b. Click 'Send Via Web-service' and then enter date range, and optionally input your notes if applicable c. click submit to send transfer the ELD data file 1. Following are the supported malfunctions: Engine Synchronization compliance malfunction Timing compliance malfunction Positioning compliance malfunction Data recording compliance malfunction Data transfer compliance malfunction Other ELD Malfunction 2. Following are the supported Data Diagnostic Events: Power data diagnostic event Engine synchronization data diagnostic event Missing required data element data diagnostic event Data transfer data diagnostic event Unidentified driving records data diagnostic event 1. I will not knowingly interfere with, disable, circumvent, or compromise any and all security controls, auditing, or monitoring enabled on FMCSA networks supporting ELDs. I will not knowingly introduce any malicious code into the system or the DOT network. 2. I will not share security-related information about the FMCSA information systems, software, or networks with entities outside the FMCSA unless otherwise authorized and approved in writing. I will not share any ELD-specific data, such as authentication values or private key information. 3. I will not pursue any other unspecified activities using FMCSA information systems resources that I know to be wrong, or that is patently outside the purpose of those systems in supporting FMCSA programs and the FMCSA mission. 4. I understand that violations of the above principles and practices may lead to reprimand and or civil or criminal prosecution. 5. I understand that the system is an official U.S. Federal Government web-based system and that my acceptance expressly gives assurance that I will comply with all U. S. Federal Government and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, policies, and procedures governing the protection, handling, processing, transmission, distribution, and destruction of sensitive unclassified information utilized by the system. I understand that I must comply with all restrictions, procedures, and processes specified in the ELD Rule.
TrackOn ELD Powered by Gorilla Safety TrackOn HOS ELD 1.0 and above TO0001 Download Download Gorilla Fleet Safety, LLC 844-636-1360 info@gorillasafety.com http://www.gorillasafety.com 22327 Gosling Rd, Spring, TX 77379 Web Services and Email is used to transfer the data. The malfunctions supported are: Power Compliance Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Compliance Malfunction Positioning Compliance Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Each of these malfunctions appears prominently for the user to understand the issue. When the user is presented with this, he is able to rectify the situation, contact the manufacturer or use paper logs, as provided as part of the instruction guide, to remain compliant. The malfunctions and malfunction codes can be found in the instruction guide with the required details in order for the driver to understand what he needs to do next. The product has been thoroughly tested by both internal and external, third party, testers. Each requirement of the ELD has been either met or exceeded. The process of review and testing included the full review of the ruling, testing procedures and debugging of any blocker found in the software package. It further included the retesting by additional quality assurance professionals. Ultimately, the programing and hardware operate as intended and are in compliance.
InTouch ELD - iOS Geometris 1621.6202 or higher ITELD1 Download Download InTouch (800) 881-6343 eld@intouchgps.com http://www.InTouchGPS.com 439 S Florida Ave STE 100B, Lakeland, FL 33801 The InTouch ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the InTouch ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The InTouch ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the InTouch ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. InTouch ELD was tested in compliance with the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures
StreetEagle ELD with Samsung Galaxy Tab E (Verizon) ELDSAM 1.1.0.0 or above ELDSAM Download Download InSight Mobile Data, Inc. (301) 866-1990 info@insightmobiledata.com www.insightmobiledata.com 23330 Cottonwood Parkway, Suite 333, California, MD 20619 1. Open the app 2. Click on View Logs 3. Click on Email Logs 4. Click send Logs In addition to the malfunction and diagnostic event handling required by the ELD regulation, we also alert the user when the vehicle is in motion and there is no identified driver, as well as instances where the driver’s business records indicate that he or she is not in the correct vehicle. A team of 11 developers and QA testers have performed unit and functional tests of the ELD across multiple version of Android software and hardware, using both simulators and actual vehicles to generate data.
Load Logistics TMS LOGI-APPS 1.35 or higher LLSAPP Download Download Support Resources,Inc. 770-702-0701 contactus@load-logistics.com www.load-logistics.com 3330 Cobb Pkwy. / Suite 17-H, Acworth / Ga / 30101 Apps have the capability to transfer required information. Additionally, the server systems have the capability to transfer required files/documents. Please refer to the User's Manual for instructions regarding file transfers. Malfunctions are communicated in "real-time" to the server and forwarded to the designated individuals. Testing for the ELD has been performed over many months using "live" environments. The recent new requirements have also been tested in actual vehicles.
Hours Of Service Android & BAFX/ELM327 1.0.1723.9940 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the BAFX/ELM327 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
TruLog TL-001 4.4 & higher TL2017 Download Download Compliance Assurance Services 888.627.5499 myeld@trulogeld.com https://www.complianceassuranceservices.com/ 3317 E Bell Road, Suite 101-210, Phoenix, AZ 85032 Data is transferred via Telematics (i.e. Web Service and Email). Data is transmitted via mobile app by: - Tap on Menu button (top left corner of screen) - Tap on inspection - Tap on Email Logs and enter email address of recipient - An email with detailed list (duty status of past 7 days) is sent to recipient via the app - Power compliance malfunction - Engine synchronization compliance malfunction - Time compliance malfunction - Positioning compliance malfunction - Data recording compliance malfunction - Data transfer compliance malfunction The application was developed utilizing test data provided by the device manufacturer. In-office simulations were conducted and repeated until regulatory compliant results were achieved. In the field, on the truck tests were then conducted testing complete functionality and measuring regulatory compliance until results were compliant.
Locus ELD ELD002 1625.6584 or higher ELD001 Download Download Locus GPS (888) 643-6862 info@locusgps.com www.locusgps.com 2920 Arabian PL, Marietta, GA 30062 The Locus ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Locus ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The Locus ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Locus ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The Locus ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Locus ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Pacific Track engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
" DataTrack247 ELD" DT247-BT-ELD 3.0.6 WLI001 Download Download Tamir Alima 7183952239 sales@datatrack247.com http://datatrack247.com 138-48 Jewel Ave, Flushing/NY/11367 There is a one page document describing how the officer can enter “officer mode” by clicking on the icon on the top right “officer icon” present on all screens. Once in “officer mode” the Daily Header and Full Day ELD Record defined by the FMCSA are displayed. On the bottom of the page there is a button marked “send report.” Clicking this button brings up the window to email the report to any email address entered. It also features an option to submit the data to the FMCSA web services endpoint. This will utilize the SOAP protocol, per the FMCSA documentation, to transmit the ELD data file and the output file comment entered by the inspecting officer. Each malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate. I certify that the product meet the FMCSA specifications
Verizon Connect WorkPlan & HOS ELD - Formerly Telogis WorkPlan & HOS Calamp LMU 3030 Workplan 4/HOS 3.3 TC3030 Download Download Verizon Connect +1 (949) 389 5500 support@verizonconnect.com https://www.verizonconnect.com 20 Enterprise, Ste 100, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 Verizon Connect Workplan uses an electronic data transfer method to deliver driver logs. The driver can send the logs via email or web services to FMCSA from the application. Below are the step by step instructions: o Click Actions from main HOS screen o Select Inspector Mode o Select the transfer icon at the top of the screen o Select either Email to FMCSA or Upload to FMCSA o Note: Driver will have to enter their password to leave Inspector Mode Verizon Connect supports the following malfunctions: ▪ Power Compliance Malfunction – There has been a hardware issue or possible tampering with the installed unit. The recorded engine on and off events do not match between the mobile device and the vehicle unit. ▪ Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle ECM for more than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period. During this time, the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven and engine hours were not accessible. ▪ Timing Compliance Malfunction – There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes between the vehicle hardware and the mobile device, or between the mobile device and a network sourced timestamp. ▪ Positioning Compliance Malfunction – The GPS signal has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes in a 24 hour period. ▪ Data Recording Compliance Malfunction – The mobile device is unable to properly record required data due to not enough storage space on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and events that have not been uploaded might be lost. ▪ Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction – The automatic data transfer check (that is performed once every 24 hours) has failed more than 3 times consecutively. This statement is to certify that the Verizon Connect application and the hardware unit (Calamp LMU 3030) combined offering is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) Electronic Logging Device (“ELD”) for Hours-Of-Service (“HOS”) Requirements (“FMCSA ELD Requirements”), 49 CFR Part 395 Subpart B. The Verizon Telogis ELD offering has gone through extensive testing using the distributed testing procedures as outlined by the FMCSA , along with additional field/drive testing. Using this offering, customers are able to to record, transmit and store all hours of service information according to the functional requirements as detailed in the FMCSA regulations noted above.
Log n Drive (Android and Calamp LMU4230) Calamp LMU4230 1.0.1723.11314 CSE001 Download Download Computer Software Engineers 6196013827 support@bxing.us www.bxing.us 3055 BEYER BLVD SUITE C-102, SAN DIEGO, CA, 92154 Data Transfer The Log n Drive App provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Log n Drive App to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. ? Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. ? Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. ? Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Transfer Via Web Service- We are now working on the Web Service transfer solution. Malfunctions The Log n Drive ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Log n Drive ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ? Power Malfunction ? Engine Synchronization Malfunction ? Timing Malfunction ? Position Malfunction ? Data Recording Malfunction ? Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The Log n Drive ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Log n Drive ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Calamp LMU4230 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser. This certifies that the design of Log N Drive has been sufficiently tested in an actual vehicle so as to meet the Department of Transportation requirements of Automatic On-Board Recording Devices and under the conditions it will be used. The requirements are outlined in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulation: 49 CFR Part 395.15.
Red Dog Elog RD0001 1.0.1806 or higher RD0001 Download Download Red Dog Logistics 844.683.0077 rdsales@reddoglogistics.com http://www.reddoglogistics.com P.O. Box 649, Mansfield, PA 16933 Data Transfer The Red Dog Logistics provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicleupon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Red Dog Logistics to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. ? Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. ? Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. ? Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password Malfunctions The Red Dog Logistics ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Red Dog Logistics ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ? Power Malfunction ? Engine Synchronization Malfunction ? Timing Malfunction ? Position Malfunction ? Data Recording Malfunction ? Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The Red Dog Logistics ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Red Dog Logistics ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS Device Names Geometris engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
SP Logbook VTSSPLB 1.0 or higher SPLB01 Download Download Vehicle Tracking Solutions 1-800-671-5222 Contact@VehicleTracking.com https://vehicletracking.com/ 152 Veterans Memorial Highway, Commack/NY/11725 Inside Silent Passenger Logbook the driver can load inspection mode to present to an officer at the time of a roadside inspection. Silent Passenger Logbook stores the 7 past days of history plus todays current data. To start inspection mode: 1) log in to Silent Passenger Logbook 2) Provide your 4 digit driver PIN 3) At the Dashboard you will see a “Generate Report” button. 4) Click “Generate Report” you will then be provided with 3 options a. Inspection Mode- this will lock down the tablet to provide the last 7 days plus todays current data, for the roadside inspection. b. Send Via Email- This allows you to enter an email address to send the last 7 days plus todays current data via email c. Submit Via Internet- This will upload the last 7 days plus todays current data to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association 5) Click Inspection Mode 6) Inside Inspection Mode the driver will be able to provide the device at this point to the officer. a. The officer will be able to send via email to email the last 7 days + todays data to himself for further review. b. They can use the arrows to go back and forth between days or pick a date to review the data. 7) To exit Inspection Mode click the back arrow on the top left corner. a. You will be requested to put in your 4 digit driver pin Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Malfunction Description P “Power compliance” malfunction E “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T “Timing compliance” malfunction L “Positioning compliance” malfunction R “Data recording compliance” malfunction S “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O “Other” ELD detected malfunction Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Data Diagnostic Event 1 “Power data diagnostic” event 2 “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event 3 “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event 4 “Data transfer data diagnostic” event 5 “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event SP Logbook was tested by hundreds of users for 18 months using the final rule provided by the FMCSA to conduct test procedures on all aspects of the ruling - https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/FMCSA-ELD-Final-Rule_12-10-2015.pdf
DriverConnect DC 200 Retail Android5.4;iOS1.9.6 RMDC00 Download Download Rand McNally 1-800-789-6277 fleetsales@randmcnally.com http://www.randmcnally.com/category/e-logs 9855 Woods Drive , Skokie, IL 60077 The supported data transfer mechanism is Telematics using both the Email and Web Services options. A detailed description for drivers is provided in the attached user guide. Compliance malfunctions supported: Power Engine synchronization Timing Positioning Data recording Data transfer Other Data Diagnostic Events supported: Power Engine synchronization Missing required data elements Data transfer Unidentified driving records Other Rand McNally has tested this product using the Version 2.0 of the ELD test specification published at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf using the Telematics option with Email and Web Services and validation of ELD output file mechanism at https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov/ELD/Tools/Validator.
Geowiz ELD IO100 v 2.0 and higher FF44EE Download Download GeoSpace Labs 877.4.GEOWIZ david@geowiz.biz https://www.geospacelabs.com 4460 Florida National Driv,, Lakeland, FL 33813 Geowiz ELD supports wireless Web services and email (Option 1) for its compliant data transfer mechanism. For a driver to transmit this information to an authorized safety official they will: 1. Tap the tools button in the upper right corner of the mobile ELD device. 2. Tap the send logs button in the lower right of the popup. 3. Enter the email address of the authorized safety official and tap the send button. 4. NOTE: Driver may check the 'copy me on this email' option to also receive a copy of the log transfer The primary default code is the inability of the mobile device to connect to the engine modem. This is indicated by the red bar along the top of the device. 1. Check that Bluetooth is enabled on the phone and that the modem device is available for pairing 2. Inspect the physical model for its error state. There are 2 primary states 3. A rapidly blinking light indicates that the modem was unable to pair with the mobile device 4. A steady dull light means the modem was entered an error state and is not attempting to pair with any device 5. In either scenario hold the small button on the bottom left of the modem device front panel for 5 seconds to reset the device and to clear its error state ERROR CODES The primary default code is the inability of the mobile device to connect to the engine modem. This is indicated by the red bar along the top of the device. For troubleshooting instructions see above section “Setting Up The Plug In” FMCSA Error Codes Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Description P “Power compliance” malfunction E “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T “Timing compliance” malfunction L “Positioning compliance” malfunction R “Data recording compliance” malfunction S “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O “Other” ELD detected malfunction AKAL Equivalent Codes Code Description Shown on Mobile Device P “The plug in device is not powered on.” E “The plug in device is not able to synchronize” T “The plug in timing is not working correctly” L “System is not able to determine positioning” R “System is not able to record data” S “System is not able to transfer data” O “An unidentified error has occurred” Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Data Diagnostic Event 1 “Power data diagnostic” event 2 “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event 3 “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event 4 “Data transfer data diagnostic” event 5 “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event 6 “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event AKAL Equivalent Codes Code Process Run, Description 1 “AKAL will attempt to reset the plug in” 2 “AKAL will attempt to reset the plug in” 3 “You are missing data xxx from the ELD logs” 4 “Attempting to reconnect..” 5 “Unidentified driving records found” 6 “A general system diagnostic is in process..” The FMCSA ELD Requirements document and usage case scenario document were followed step by step to validate each function in the requirements with our ELD device. Several updates to the software were made and the testing procedure was repeated until all scenarios passed. Software version 2.0 contains the code base tested against the FMCA requirements.
Inthinc Connect Pro400 7.8 PRO400 Download Download Orbcomm 1-866-294-8637 support@inthinc.com http://inthinc.com 341 S Main St, Salt Lake City, UT, 84103 Inthinc Connect offers USB, Bluetooth and Email File Transfer Options The user will use the one touch button located on the ELD dashboard to open the Transfer option bar. The transfer option bar will let the driver touch the transfer option they wish to use. To initiate USB transfer the driver selects the USB option a window will open for the drier to add a comment. The driver then chooses export and the ELD output file will export to the attached usb device. To initiate a Bluetooth transfer the driver makes the Bluetooth connection to the officers device . The driver then selects the Bluetooth transfer option on the transfer option bar. A comment window will pop up for the driver to add a comment. The driver then selects export an the ELD output file will be made to the attached bluetooth device. To initiate email transfer the driver will select the email transfer option a comment box will pop up for the driver to add a comment . The then selects export and the ELD output file will be sent to fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov Malfunction List DIAG_POWER = '1'; DIAG_ENGINE = '2'; DIAG_MISSING = '3'; DIAG_TRANSFER = '4'; DIAG_UNIDENTIFIED = '5'; DIAG_OTHER = '6'; MALFUNC_POWER = 'P'; MALFUNC_ENGINE = 'E'; MALFUNC_TIMING = 'T'; MALFUNC_POSITION = 'L'; MALFUNC_RECORDING = 'R'; MALFUNC_TRANSFER = 'S'; MALFUNC_OTHER = 'O'; These are the ones we ARE checking for, and reporting: DIAG_ENGINE DIAG_MISSING DIAG_UNIDENTIFIED MALFUNC_POSITION MALFUNC_ENGINE Test cases were created from each item in the ELD Mandate to verify compliance. Test cases included validation against the FLMCSA provided files and tools including the online file validation tool. During development these test cases were used to validate compliance. This ensured items were implemented correctly and not missed. These test cases became our regression tests which were used during the final test phase before releasing to production.
DispatchCrude.com DCT-317 4.7.54.1 DCT317 Download Download Capital Technology Solutions 8123034357 Support@dccloud.net http://dispatchcrude.com/ 1112 South Villa Drive, Evansville/IN/47714 Using Web Services and/or Email, DC submits CSV file data to FMCSA as required in the mandate. This has already been tested working with the FMCSA ELD Team. Code Description 1 "Power data diagnostic" event 2 "Engine synchronization data diagnostic" event 3 "Missing required data elements data diagnostic" event 4 "Data transfer data diagnostic" event 5 "Unidentified driving record data diagnostic" event 6 "Other" ELD identified diagnostic event P "Power compliance" malfunction E "Engine synchronization compliance" malfunction T "Timing compliance" malfunction L "Positioning compliance" malfunction R "Data recording compliance" malfunction S "Data transfer compliance" malfunction O "Other" ELD detected malfunction We have worked through the details of the mandate throughout the year 2017, and along with final testing and certification with the FMCSA, are happy to offer our fully integrated ELD solution. DC Enterprise integrates compliance documentation, HOS, ELD, driver scheduling, and order hueristics, for a totally integrated and intelligent solution.
Konnect Shift ELD GS01 1.0.0 or above KS1ELD Download Download KonnectShift Technologies Inc. +1(855) 244-1755 info@konnectshift.com http://konnectshift.com 1 King St. W Suite 4800 - 121 Toronto, ON, M5H 1A1, Toronto We support Telematics Transfer methods of 4.9.1 of Appendix A to Subpart B of 49 CFR 395. Using the Konnect Shift Driver app, drivers can initiate a data transfer using wireless webservices or using email. Drivers can initiate a data transfer via the Inspection button on the HOS main page. This will allow for an Inspection Officer to review logs via the the mobile display, or transfer logs via webservices or email as desired. As required by 4.6.1 of the ELD Rule, our ELD self-monitors for the conditions listed in Table 4. Any detected malfunctions are visually indicated on the ELD system as required by 4.6.2.1. and is reported as required in ELD data file. KonnectShift's ELD was certified by the KonnectShift's testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures.The ELD was tested according to the ELD Compliance Test Plan and procedures provided by the FMCSA to ELD Manufacturers at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/hours-service/elds/eld-test-procedures. KonnectShift test personnel performed each required test according to the provided test steps in order to verify that the actual test outcome matched the expected test outcome as provided.The ELD complies the FMCSA safety regulations (ELD Rule).
ELDMANDATE (Android ELM327) LBT26017 1.0.1719.8478 EMpt30 Download Download Bizringer Inc 800-968-1869 info@eldmandate.biz http://eldmandate.biz 1221 E. Dyer Road Suite 250, Santa Ana, CA 92705 The LB Technology HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email, and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the LB Technology HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The LB Technology's HOS ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the LB Technology HOS ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The LB Technology ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The LB Technology ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed using a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to a ELM327 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified using the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
OnCommand(R) Connection Electronic Driver Log XT6300 or Higher 1.1 and higher OCC001 Download Download Navistar, Inc. 888-661-6272 oncommandconnection@navistar.com https://info.oncommandconnection.com/ 2701 Navistar Drive, Lisle/IL/60532 The OnCommand(R) Connection Electronic Driver Log supports wireless data transfer via email and web service. To share logs from today and the last 7 days with an officer, a driver should 1) Select the Inspect menu tab of the app. 2) Click Send Logs. 3) Enter the email address provided by the officer and click Send. OR 1) To let an officer view logs on the driver's phone, he/she can simply click Begin Inspection and hand their phone to the officer. 1. Power Data Diagnostic Event Logged * When does it occur? - When ELD device does not turn on within 1 minute of engine being turned on and remains off while vehicle engine is on. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is present, trigger notification banner and icon on home dashboard screen * What message will the user see? - Your ELD is not working properly. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 2. Power Data Diagnostic Event Cleared * When does it occur? - When ELD device powers on once vehicle engine is turned on it should be logged as a cleared data diagnostic event. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is cleared, trigger notification banner for diagnostic cleared and icon will not be present on screen * What message will the user see? - Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 3. Power compliance malfunction logged * When does it occur? - An ELD will set a power compliance malfunction if the power data diagnostics event (Engine power status, vehicle motion status, vehicle miles engine hours), its onboard sensors and data record history indicates an aggregated in-motion driving time understatement of 30 minutes or more on the ELD over a 24-hour period across all driver profiles, including the unidentified driver profile. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is present, ELD will trigger icon display of malfunction icon on home screen, present notification banner, show record on reporting file as one of the following: "MalfunctionIndicatorStatus":"1" 0 (no active malfunction) or 1 (at least one active malfunction). * What message will the user see? - Your ELD is not working properly. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 4. Power compliance malfunction cleared * When does it occur? - When malfunction has been fixed it should be cleared * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is cleared, icon will be removed from home dashboard, notification banner will be triggered * What message will the user see? - Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 5. Engine Synchronization data diagnostic Event Logged * When does it occur? - When ELD can't retrieve values for the following data elements (Engine power, vehicle motion, vehicle miles, engine hours), and record data within 5 seconds of driving event - log as a data diagnostic event…5 seconds from driver moving vehicle * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is present, trigger notification banner and icon on home dashboard screen * What message will the user see? - We’re not receiving information from your ELD. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 6. Engine Synchronization data diagnostic Event Cleared * When does it occur? - When ELD resumes acquiring updated values this will be logged as a cleared event * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is cleared, trigger notification banner for diagnostic cleared and icon will not be present on screen * What message will the user see? - Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 7. Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction Logged * When does it occur? - If connectivity to any of the required data sources (engine power status, vehicle motion status, vehicle miles, cmv position, engine hours, cmv vin, date and time) is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period across all driver profiles * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is present, ELD will trigger icon display of malfunction icon on home screen, present notification banner, show record on reporting file as one of the following: "MalfunctionIndicatorStatus":"1" 0 (no active malfunction) or 1 (at least one active malfunction). * What message will the user see? -Your ELD is not working properly. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 8. Engine Synchronization Compliance Malfunction Cleared * When does it occur? - When connectivity is restored to all data sourced this should be marked as cleared. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is cleared, icon will be removed from home dashboard, notification banner will be triggered * What message will the user see? -Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 9. Timing Compliance Malfunction Logged * When does it occur? - If ELD fails to synchronize with UTC and deviation exceeds 10 minutes must log it as a malfunction * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is present, ELD will trigger icon display of malfunction icon on home screen, present notification banner, show record on reporting file as one of the following: "MalfunctionIndicatorStatus":"1" 0 (no active malfunction) or 1 (at least one active malfunction). * What message will the user see? -Your ELD is not working properly. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 10. Timing Compliance Malfunction Cleared * When does it occur? - When synchronization is resolved and deviation does not exceed 10 minutes malfunction should be cleared * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? -When malfunction is cleared, icon will be removed from home dashboard, notification banner will be triggered * What message will the user see? - Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 11. Position Compliance Malfunction logged * When does it occur? - When the ELD device does not acquire vehicle position within 5 miles over a 60min period within 24 hours, the ELD must set and record a positioning compliance malfunction. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? -When malfunction is present, ELD will trigger icon display of malfunction icon on home screen, present notification banner, show record on reporting file as one of the following: "MalfunctionIndicatorStatus":"1" 0 (no active malfunction) or 1 (at least one active malfunction). * What message will the user see? - Your ELD is not working properly. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 12. Position Compliance Malfunction cleared * When does it occur? - When ELD resumes obtaining valid position, malfunction should be cleared * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is cleared, icon will be removed from home dashboard, notification banner will be triggered * What message will the user see? -Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 13. Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic Event Logged * When does it occur? - If EDL is unable to record events or capture data to record logs - log missing data elements * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is present, trigger notification banner and icon on home dashboard screen * What message will the user see? -We’re not receiving information from your ELD. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 14. Missing Required Data Elements Data Diagnostic Event Cleared * When does it occur? - When ELD can resume capturing any missing required data elements data diagnostic event should be cleared * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? -When Diagnostic is cleared, trigger notification banner for diagnostic cleared and icon will not be present on screen * What message will the user see? -Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 15. Data Recording Compliance Malfunction logged * When does it occur? - An ELD must monitor its storage capacity and detect a data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is present, ELD will trigger icon display of malfunction icon on home screen, present notification banner, show record on reporting file as one of the following: "MalfunctionIndicatorStatus":"1" 0 (no active malfunction) or 1 (at least one active malfunction). * What message will the user see? -Your ELD is not working properly. Please call (888) 661-6272 and choose option 3 for Support. You must switch to paper logs until this is resolved. 16. Data Recording Compliance Malfunction cleared * When does it occur? - When ELD resumes recording required data and storage is not at capacity, malfunction should be cleared * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is cleared, icon will be removed from home dashboard, notification banner will be triggered * What message will the user see? - Your ELD connection is fully restored. We will resume auto recording your hour logs. 17. Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic Event Logged * When does it occur? - If system detects unidentified driving for 30 minutes or more in a 24hr period for any drivers profile, the ELD must detect and record an unidentified driving records data diagnostic event. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is present, trigger icon on home dashboard screen to be displayed. When driver has not logged in and vehicle is moving, this will trigger a pop-up modal prompting them to log in. * What message will the user see? - Unidentified driving was detected across 1 or more vehicles. We will log this as a malfunction until your carrier assigns drive time. 18. Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic Event Cleared * When does it occur? - When unidentified driving occurs for 15 minutes or less for a profile within 24 hrs and across a 7 day period this diagnostic can be cleared. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When user has responded to Unidentified Driving pop-up modal message and has confirmed their driving status, Diagnostic is cleared, icon will not be present on screen * What message will the user see? - Unidentified driving was assigned to your profile. Please log into the EDL app to capture your log hours. 19. Data Transfer Data Diagnostic Event Logged * When does it occur? - An ELD must record a data transfer data diagnostic event when ELD fails to properly allow electronic data transfer (email, bluetooth) when the user initiates transfer. The ELD must monitor each time driver selects the data transfer option. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is present, trigger notification banner and icon on home dashboard screen * What message will the user see? - We’re unable to transfer the requested information. Please ensure you have network connection and try again. You will continue to receive alerts until this is resolved. 20. Data Transfer Data Diagnostic Event Cleared * When does it occur? - If issue is resolved and data transfer functioning is working properly it should be cleared * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When Diagnostic is cleared, trigger notification banner for diagnostic cleared and icon will not be present on screen * What message will the user see? - Your attempt to transfer data was successful and no longer requires attention. 21. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction Logged * When does it occur? - If the ELD is still unable to transfer data following the next three consecutive monitoring checks, the ELD must detect a data transfer compliance malfunction. * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is present, ELD will trigger icon display of malfunction icon on home screen, present notification banner, show record on reporting file as one of the following: "MalfunctionIndicatorStatus":"1" 0 (no active malfunction) or 1 (at least one active malfunction). * What message will the user see? - After multiple failed attempts this issue requires immediate attention. Please check your device to repair the issue. You will continue to receive alerts until this has been resolved. 22. Data Transfer Compliance Malfunction Cleared * When does it occur? - Once issue is resolved and can resume transferring data, malfunction should be cleared * What happens in the EDL app when this malfunction occurs? - When malfunction is cleared, icon will be removed from home dashboard, notification banner will be triggered * What message will the user see? - Your attempt to transfer data was successful and no longer requires attention. This product has been tested to comply with FMCSA regulations following the FMCSA test plan and procedures listed here: https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedures_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf
.ELD-Discounts LMU4230K 2.2 VB0G12 Download Download iConnect Inc. 888-353-5624 sales@eldsmartphone.com http://eldsmartphone.com/ P.O. Box 598, Westfield, Indianapolis 46074 1. To your logs, select "Send/Print Logs" then choose the desired option and follow the prompts to perform the desired task. 2. Transfer options include email, bluetooth, & usb. 3. Select the method for sharing the logs 4. Select to Send/Transfer Logs Power compliance malfunction There has been a hardware issue or possible tampering with the unit that is installed in your vehicle. The recorded engine on and off events do not match between the mobile device and the vehicle unit. Possibly the CMV has been operated with the hardware unit unplugged. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle unit for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period. During this time the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven, and engine hours could no longer be accessed. Timing compliance malfunction There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes, either between the mobile device's time and the hardware unit’s time, or, between the ECM’s time and the hardware unit’s time. Positioning compliance malfunction The GPS connection has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes within a 24-hour period. Check your GPS aerial. Data recording compliance malfunction The mobile device is unable to properly record required data, because there is not enough storage space available on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and you might lose events that have not been uploaded yet. Data transfer compliance malfunction The automatic data transfer check that is done once within each 24-hour period has failed more than 3 times. This means that you might have issues if you try to transfer your data. I certify the ELD has been tested to fully compile with FMCSA ELD Mandate Compliance.
E-LOG 1403 17081801 ELOG01 Download Download RM2J inc. 844-440-4464 info@e-codriver.com www.e-codriver.com 1490 Local A, Joliot-Curie, Boucherville, Quebec, J4B7L9 Description of the supported and certified data transfer mechanisms: Option 1—Telematics transfer methods (Email) and Wireless Web service (when available). Step-by-step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official: Starting from the ELD_Overview menu: * Select the "Inspection" button * {A comment may be entered in the comment textbox } To transfer to web service: *Click the "Send to web service" button To transfer over email : *Click the "Send over email" button For on-screen verification: *Click the "Show on screen" button [1] DIAGNOSTIC_POWER A difference of at least 1 min was found between the engineHours reading of an engine turn-off and engine turn-on records, meaning that Eld was not powered within 1 minutes of the vehicle engine receiving power. [P] MALFUNCTION_POWER A cummulated difference of over 30 minute in the last 24h was detected. [2] DIAGNOSTIC_ENGINE_SYNC Access to motion status, engine operation, odometer and engine hour took at least 5 seconds to access when required. [E] MALFUNCTION_ENGINE_SYNC A cummulative 30 minutes of failed access to engine parameters in the last 24h was detected [3] DIAGNOSTIC_MISSING_DATA At the moment on record creation, either the location was unavailable, or the last known position was 5 mile or more from current location. [4] DIAGNOSTIC_DATA_TRANSFER The ELD failed to generate and/or transfer at least one of the possible report type. [S] MALFUNCTION_DATA_TRANSFER The ELD failed 4 consecutive time the report generation and transfer test. [5] DIAGNOSTIC_UNIDENTIFIED_DRV More than 30 minutes in a 24 hour period of driving time recorded to the unassigned driver profile. (in the last 7 day) [6] DIAGNOSTIC_OTHER The system is running low on memory [O] MALFUNCTION_OTHER System memory critically low [T] MALFUNCTION_TIMING System clock detected an offset of over 10 minutes when compared to UTC. [L] MALFUNCTION_POSITIONING The system failed to aquire GPS location for at least 5 driven miles, for a total of at least 60 minutes in a 24h period. OR The system failed to aquire GPS location at the moment of a record creation. [R] MALFUNCTION_RECORDING The system failed to save a record and had to remove previously synchronised record to keep working, report generation compromised... Using the ELD_Test_Plan_and_Procedure_All_Chapters_11_2_2016.pdf file as a guideline, We created an excel file where row represent all test from 4.1.1-1 to 4.10.2.-1 (As of this writing, the file is available for download at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/hours-service/elds/eld-test-procedures) The column used for the file are • Id: Identification of the test matching the specification section (eg.4.10.1.3) • Part: Sub-section defining specific test (number following the “-” character (eg:4.10.1.3-2) • Date: Date of the test • Start: Starting time of the test • Stop: Ending time of the test • Status: Define the test actual status (Either Passed of Facultative) • Tester: Initials of the individual who did the test • Comment: Extra detail left by the tester about the test. (Either justification or Explanation) • Definition: Brief explanation of the test goal All tests were made manually by the development team. When a test passed, all field would be filled by tester. When a test Failed a comment detailing the reason was inputted in the comment column to be addressed by the developer, said test were re-done from the start once the problem was deemed fixed.
Compliance Now iOS & Pacific Tracks 1.0.1801.11819 GEO001 Download Download Geosavi Inc. https://geosavi.com 1-800-261-4361 support@geosavi.com https://geosavi.com 8230 E Broadway Blvd. Ste. E9B, Tucson, AZ 85750 Data Transfer The Compliance Now provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the Compliance Now to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. * Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. * Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. * Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The Compliance Now ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the Compliance Now ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: ¿ Power Malfunction ¿ Engine Synchronization Malfunction ¿ Timing Malfunction ¿ Position Malfunction ¿ Data Recording Malfunction ¿ Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The Compliance Now ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The Compliance Now ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS with Geometris , Calamp4230, Calamp Veosphere & Pacific Tracks connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Hours Of Service iOS & Xirgo 1.0.1801.11819 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Xirgo engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
GPSTab ELD Edition GELDW01 GELDWA1.0 GWA001 Download Download Utech Inc. 888-228-4460 sales@utechcorp.com www.utechcorp.com 2100 W. 21st Street, Broadview, IL 60155 *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases data transfer mechanism with colors and visual cues. INSPECTION GPSTab ELD Edition provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TO PRODUCE LOGS ON THE SCREEN: 1. Tap on the Menu icon on the top left. 2. Select Inspection Module from the Menu. 3. To let an authorized safety official inspect your logs directly from your device, tap Begin Inspection. 4. Give the authorized safety official your mobile device. 5. Tap the Back arrow on the top left to exit Inspection Module. TO EMAIL OR FAX LOGS TO THE AUTHORIZED SAFETY OFFICIAL: 1. Tap Send Logs from Inspection Module screen. 2. Tap the checkbox next to each log you want to send. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email or Fax tab. 4. Enter the email address or fax number of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap Send to email your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the GPSTab ELD Edition App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official with hard copy. GPSTab – ELD Edition is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. *There is a section in uploaded manual that describes and showcases Malfunctions with colors and visual cues. How does the driver know if GPSTab ELD is malfunctioning? The GPSTab ELD device has LED lights to simply indicate its status to the driver. DURING INSTALLATION NO LIGHTS Device Not Plugged into the truck's diagnostic port. BLUE SOLID (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Receiving ECM data. BLUE BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The Adapter is waiting for the application to connect. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is connected but the Adapter is waiting for the ECMs. Most likely this is because the key is off. DURING ELD OPERATION BLUE SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (WORKING PROPERLY) The application is Connected and the Adapter is Recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time record is recorded. GREEN SOLID WITH MAGENTA FLASHES (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data. The LEDs will flash Magenta each time a record is recorded. GREEN BLINKING (MALFUNCTIONING) The application is not connected and the Adapter is recording ELD data but waiting for ECM data. Most likely the key is off. WHAT DOES THE DRIVER NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. Contact UTECH support immediately after discovering a malfunction at 888-228-4460 or support@utechcorp.com to troubleshoot the issue. 2. Provide written notice to your fleet management within 24 hours of malfunction discovery. 3. Keep a paper log for that day and until ELD is repaired or replaced. WHAT DOES THE FLEET NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. A motor carrier must take action to correct the malfunction of the ELD within 8 days of discovery of the malfunction or a driver’s notification to the motor carrier, whichever occurs first. 2. Upon notification by fleet manager, UTECH will send a new device. 3. If a motor carrier needs a time extension, they must notify the FMCSA Division Administrator for the State of the motor carrier’s principal place of business within five days after a driver notifies the motor carrier according to the guidelines set forth in § 395.34 (2). GPSTab ELD Edition will monitor and report malfunction data based on section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction We have used the suggested Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Test Plan and Procedures document, version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 provided by FMCSA to conduct testing of GPSTab ELD Edition. Upon completion of necessary tests outlined in the above named document we certify that GPSTab ELD Edition meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations. Tests under the following categories have been conducted and passed (P): Accounts Inputs Vehicle Interface Processing Monitoring Recording Outputs Data Transfer
Contractor Elogs - 3030 LMU-3030 1.5.5 LMU030 Download Download MachineLINK (573) 310-7902 info@estrack.com https://www.estrack.com 2511 Broadway Bluffs Dr Ste 202, Columbia, MO 65201 The certified method of transferring data is via email. A driver will select “Inspection Mode” from the menu. There will be a button that says “Send Logs”. Select “Send Logs” and enter the email that the data will be transferred to. If an internet connection cannot be established the driver can select “Begin Inspection” and pass the tablet to the safety official who can then view the current and last 7 days logs. Supported Data Transfer Methods: Email and Web Service Description of the supported and certified data transfer mechanisms and step-by-step instructions for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official 1. POWER: There is a power issue with the hardware. Its possible the device is not connected. 2. ENGINE SYNCHRONIZATION: The mobile device has lost connectivity to the 3030 vehicle device for over 30 minutes. 3. TIMING: There is a discrepancy in timing between the devices and the vehicle. 4. POSITIONING: The GPS connection has been lost for 60 minutes or more. 5. DATA RECORDING: The device can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not kept remotely by the motor carrier. 6. DATA TRANSFER: The operation of the data transfer mechanism(s) is not confirmed. The device has remained in an unconfirmed data transfer mode for three consecutive monitoring checks. I, Kristopher O. Dunn , hereby certify on behalf of EquipmentShare that ELD model LMU030 and version 1.5.5 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
Hours Of Service Android & IOSiX 1.0.1801.11819 HOS001 Download Download VisTracks, Inc. 630-596-5420 info@vistracks.com http://www.vistracks.com/ 801 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60565 The ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. The ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: • Power Malfunction • Engine Synchronization Malfunction • Timing Malfunction • Position Malfunction • Data Recording Malfunction • Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The VisTracks Hours of Service (HOS) App was certified by the VisTracks testing team through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The HOS App was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the IOSiX engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the VisTracks HOS web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
GPS FAST ELD GFE CANADA 2020 2.6.7 WLI001 Download Download GPS FAST LIMITED. 1-844-440-2250 info@gpsfast.com http://gpsfast.com 10 Highbush Court, BRAMPTON, ON L6Z 3N9 There is a one page document describing how the officer can enter “officer mode” by clicking on the icon on the top right “officer icon” present on all screens. Once in “officer mode” the Daily Header and Full Day ELD Record defined by the FMCSA are displayed. On the bottom of the page there is a button marked “send report.” Clicking this button brings up the window to email the report to any email address entered. All Malfunctions (Engine synchronization, power compliance, etc.) are recorded and given the appropriate Diagnostic Code. See example below. Summary of Malfunctions: HOS Log,For Fleet Date from 3/1/2017 12:00AM TO 3/10/2017 11:59 PM TIME BACK TIME EVENT TYPE LOCATION NOTES 3/2/2017 03:31:14AM Malfunction TORONTO,ON Code:E, Description:Malfunction-Engine synchronization compliance Odometer:659800.00 Our system has successfully completed all the test levels as per FMCA.it tested on-road and our lab. product is fully satisfied & compliant as per FMCSA rules and regulations.
Trimble TrimFleet Mobile TVG950 TFM002 (TVG 950 & Samsung or TCT Display) 6.9.7.0.x or Higher TFM002 Download Download Trimble 877-728-7623 fsm_sales@trimble.com http://www.trimble.com/ 10368 Westmoor Dr, Westminster, CO 80021 The system will transfer the data using either email or web services, the officer may select either option. Detailed Steps: • The Driver or Official will select the Options dropdown button on the driver overview screen, and select the Roadside Inspection option from that drop down. • This will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page that contains a button labeled Transmit ELD Data File. • The Officer taps on the Transmit Data File button. • A dialog will appear allowing the officer to choose between Wireless Web Service or Email and a space will be made available for the officers code. • The system will use the pre-defined email or webservice address to send the file to the FMCSA site. P (Power) - Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period. E (Engine synchronization) - Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period. T (Timing) - Device is not able to synchronize to UTC. L (Positioning) - Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. R (Data recording) - Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs. S (Data transfer) - Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event. O (Other ELD detected) - The Trimble TrimFleet HoS application has stopped working or is not responding as expected. Trimble certifies, based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016, that Trimble TrimFleet HoS complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.Devices, Subpart B.
ThinAir ELD Android & Geometris 1.0.1719 or higher TTHOS1 Download Download ThinAir Telematics LLC 1-888-285-8780 sales@thinair.co http://www.thinair.co 5773 Woodway Dr. #100, Houston, Texas 77057 The ThinAir ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ThinAir ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The ThinAir ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ThinAir ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. ThinAir ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ThinAir ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the the following engine connected devices: Geometris, Digi WVA, CalAmp 4230, Pacific Track. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
iPIMM™ TMS AX9-BT-iOS 3.7.3 or higher AX9IOS Download Download Procuro, Inc 858-457-8160 tgordon@procuro.com www.procuro.com 10590 W Ocean Air Drive, Suite 175, San Diego/CA/92130 All data transfers will be conducted by Telematics transfer in either supported method "web services" or "email". The iPIMM™ TMS application running on an iOS device supports the Telematics Web Services data transfer mechanism as outlined by FMCSA in the design document “ELECTRONIC LOGGING DEVICE Interface Control Document and ELD Web Services Development Handbook (Version 1.2)”. The driver/user can enter into a DOT/Roadside inspection mode with one click from the main view of the application. Inside of the inspection mode the driver has the ability for the inspecting officer to review the current day Record of Duty Status (RODS) report along with the previous 7-8 days of historical data. To electronically transfer the data the driver user will: 1. Click on the ELD Transfer icon 2. Enter an Output File Comment (if provided) 3. Select transfer type: Web Services or Email 4. Press send button, which will command the Procuro server to send the data file to FMCSA via web services or email. 5. Officer/inspector should confirm that data was transferred successfully Power Events: The ELD hardware (Atrack AX9) is configured to be powered on permanently even when the power unit/engine is shut off. An alert/event will be triggered if the device is not powered on while the power unit is powered on to comply with Power Events diagnostic events and malfunctions. Engine Events: The system is designed to collect all required ECM data on any event (power up/down, motion on/off, etc) and configured to read the ECM data on 1 minute interval in the absence of an event. If the unit is unable to collect the ECM data during any of these periods and Engine Synchronization Data diagnostic event is raised, and the unit automatically repairs the Bluetooth connection to request the data again. If the collective diagnostic events go above 30 minutes during any 24-hr period a compliance malfunction event will be recorded. Timing Events: The unit is configured to synchronize to server to maintain updated and accurate time-stamps in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Positioning Compliance: The ELD monitoring device (Atrack AX9) serves as the primary source of gps/location. If the gps is not available our system reverts to the backup gps/location to be collected from our iOS application (iPIMM TMS) running on Apple hardware. Data diagnostic malfunction events will be recorded when a valid position measurement is not recorded with 5 miles of the vehicle moving or 60 minutes have passed. This is unlikely since we are collecting location/gps on each ELD event and during set intervals of 1 minute. Data Recording Compliance: When a user logs into our system, after credentials are verified, the driver’s hours-of-service record and ELD event history is downloaded for the past 7 or 8 days (depending on driver’s set schedule). After historical events are downloaded all data is cached to the client and the client is responsible to locally maintain the data in the event that it cannot reach the server. A diagnostic event will occur if that initial download is not completed successfully. Missing Data Elements: The system is designed to enter all required information for each ELD event. In the event the data is missing from the ECM/system the user will be alerted to enter the fields before certifying/submitting the data to our server at the end of work day. Data Transfer Compliance: Similar setup to Data Recording Compliance. A diagnostic event will also occur when the user attempts to end the current session on the client and there are any events that have not been successfully uploaded to the server. The normal behavior the client is to send each ELD event directly to the server after it is cached locally to storage. Because GSM/cellular networks might not be available when each event occurs, the event is queued to send to the server once GSM/cellular network is available again. The system relies of ACK to know which events have been successfully uploaded to the server. Unidentified Driving Record Any driving event detect on the ELD device (Atrack AX9) without a user logged into the system will be sent to the server as an unidentified driving event. When the collective events within a 24-hour period exceed 30 minutes the event is logged as a Unidentified Driving records data diagnostic event. Visual Indicators for ELD: At all times in the UI a driver will be able to visually view the current status of the ELD system including if a data diagnostic or malfunction event is active. When any of these events occur and audible alert and pop-up display with appear for the driver on the iOS device. Under penalties of perjury, I, Thomas, John, Gordon, hereby certify on behalf of Procuro, Inc that ELD model and version has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
Trakopolis ELD 3799 1.3.37.1 TRK001 Download Download Trakopolis IoT Corp 4034507854 eld@trakopolis.com http://www.trakopoliscorp.com 1711 10th Ave SW, Suite 300, Calgary, Alberta T3C 0K1 The means selected for certified data transfer mechanism is Web Services and Email interface. The application user will be able to select a delivery of data through web service or email delivery. The user will be prompted for any additional information prior to submitting through the FMCSA Web Services procedure or to the FMCSA ELD email address. A receipt file from web service response or reply email will be reviewed to confirm successful delivery or investigation of any errors. Malfunctions in the system are monitored through the Trakopolis Fleet Management Systems and supported by a 7/24/365 direct and extended support team. Specifically, from the Non-Reporting Terminal and Engine Diagnostics reporting the category malfunctions of Power, Engine Synchronization, Timing, Positioning and Data Recording. Overview of the Trakopolis ELD Compliance Audit 1. The Trakopolis Compliance Audit is designed to provide a summary of ELD test results outlined in the FMCSA document Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures. 2. The Compliance Audit lists all elements of the Requirements Tractability Matrix (RTM) in the same groupings and order as Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures. a) Accounts b) Vehicle interface c) ELD Inputs d) Processing e) Recording f) Monitoring g) ELD Outputs h) Data Transfer 3. The Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures shall be the reference document for the Trakopolis ELD Quality Assurance Program and the Compliance Audit shall be a summary of the test results. All test results shall trace back to the decomposed requirements of CFR-395 Subpart B - Electronic Logging Devices and Appendix A to Subpart B -Functional Specifications for Electronic Logging Devices. Steps For Completing The Compliance Audit 1. Testing shall be completed by a person who is knowledgeable and competent in the subject matter of Functional Specifications being tested. 2. The tester shall use the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures as the working document for conducting an examination of the ELD. 3. The tester shall record the results of the examination as a PASS or Fail on the Compliance Audit as well as any descriptive notes. 4. The column “Item #.” indicates the specific functional requirement to be validated through the test procedures. 5. The column “Functional Requirement” provides the basic description that needs to be met. 6. The “Response” column is to indicate whether the Auditor was positive (+), negative (-), or non-committal (n.c.) in his/her responses. 7. The "Notes" column is to describe circumstances that affected the test or the auditors response or notes regarding the strengths or suggested improvements of the specific function being tested.
ELD Plug-In MW-ELD-J9C 3.30 and higher MW3764 Download Download Mobile Warrior LLC 888-474-9284 m.greear@mobilewarrior.com http://www.mobilewarrior.com/corporate/ 4009 Cardiel Road, Washougal, WA 98671 From the Report Tab choose the ELD DOT Telemetry Report option and then choose to either send the Data Transfer File via the Wireless Web directly to the FMCSA Web Service account or to transfer the the file into an Email. Once the Email is displayed with the attached file, input the send to email required by the DOT and send it. Power compliance P : If recorded event sequence find a possibility of in motion time then this ELD record will have a P set. A period of time of more then 30 minutes in the last 24 hours when a power on might have occurred. Field is set true. Time compliance T : If the data incoming from box indicates that the time is not consistent with the mobile device adjusted to the time zone of the driver. This field is set true if these are out of sync by 10 minutes. Engine sync compliance E : monitoring the data set of the last 24 hour of a period of time of more then 30 when the ELD was active and no j bus data is provided. This field is set true Position Location compliance L : must record a failure to track the current location for 60 minutes within 5 miles of the last known location. This will show last know location and time of recording it. Data Recording compliance R :This field is set true if the application is currently unable to create records or sync those records to the server. Monitoring record of unidentified drivers: If the vehicle has a 30 minute period in the last 7 days with unidentified driver time. This alert can be cleared if that time drops to 15 minutes. This field is true. We modeled our testing using the FMCSA testing requirements along with our own internal testing and quality control procedures.
PeopleNet g3 - eDriver Logs ELD (for WinCE) g3x002 .19xxx or higher g3x002 Download Download PeopleNet 888-346-3486 info@peoplenetonline.com www.peoplenetonline.com 4400 Baker Road, Minnetonka, MN 55343 Driver or Official will use the Options button on the Driver Overview screen. Driver or Official will use the Roadside Inspection button on the drop down. This button will navigate the user to a Logs Grid page. The Logs Grid page will contain a button labeled "Transmit ELD Data File”. User is able to type in the white dialog box for a reference information that will be sent with the file. Select either Email or Web Service once your selection is made the Done button will become active. Tap Done to send the file. Power (P) - Device lost power during driving events for a total of 30 min or more over a 24-hour period. Engine synchronization (E) - Device lost connection to the ECM (or other data source) for a total of more than 30 min during a 24-hour period. Timing (T) - Device is not able to synchronize to UTC. Positioning (L) - Device is not able to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 mi of vehicle movement for a total of more than 60 min over a 24 hour period. Data recording (R) - Device is no longer able to record or retain required event data or retrieve locally-stored recorded logs. Data transfer (S) - Device continues to fail checks of the roadside transfer mechanism for three days following a Data Transfer Diagnostic Event. Other ELD detected (O) - The eDriver Logs ELD application has stopped working or is not responding as expected. PeopleNet certifies based on our completion of the testing procedures provided by the FMCSA in the Electronic Logging Device Test Plan and Procedures document version 2.0 dated 10/17/2016 that g3x002 and complies with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) specifications as found in 49 CFR Part 395 for Electronic Logging Devices, Subpart B.
J. J. Keller ELD - iOS 2.0 20I Version 3 and higher 20I003 Download Download J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. 800-327-1342 support@jjkeller.com www.jjkeller.com/elogs 3003 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI 54957 The J. J. Keller solution follows the "Telematics" approach. The ELD is capable of transferring data via email and web service. When choosing the Roadside Inspection icon from the Dashboard, drivers are presented with two options. The first allows the driver to send an output file (Data Transfer) to the roadside inspection official. The second (Roadside Inspection Mode) allows the official to review the necessary hours of service information on the mobile device. To perform the data transfer, the driver selects the "Data Transfer" option and then chooses the method (email or web service). The driver is able to enter a comment and will then receive a confirmation of the transfer success. To show the ELD data via display, the driver selects "Roadside Inspection Mode." All ELD data is available onscreen and includes the required header, graph grid, event detail, and unassigned events. These are the malfunction codes (7 codes): Code - Malfunction Description P - “Power Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ECM, its onboard sensors and data record history has identified that the ELD may not have complied with power requirement, and has caused an understatement of 30 minutes or more has elapsed over a 24-hr period. E - “Engine Synchronization Compliance” malfunction – indicates connectivity to any of the required data sources is lost for more than 30 min during a 24-hr period. T - “Timing Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer meet the requirement to cross-check it’s time to an accurate external UTC Source. L - “Positioning Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the CMV’s movement and the elapsed time exceeds a cumulative 60 min over a 24-hr period. R - “Data Recording Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise cataloged remotely by the motor carrier. S - “Data Transfer Compliance” Malfunction – indicates that the ELD’s monitoring of the data transfer mechanism has failed for three consecutive monitoring checks (each occurring at least once every 24-hr period). O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction – ELD provider-specific malfunction values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator. These are the Data Diagnostic codes (6 codes): Code - Data Diagnostic Event 1 - “Power data diagnostic” event – indicates that the ELD may not have complied with the power requirements. 2 - “Engine synchronization data diagnostic” event – occurs when connectivity to required data sources is lost and the ELD can no longer acquire updated values for the ELD parameters with 5 seconds of the need. 3 - “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD event record information is deficient in relation to the required data elements for each event type. 4 - “Data transfer data diagnostic” event – occurs when the ELD fails to confirm proper in-service operation of the data transfer mechanism (this check is performed at least once every 7 days). 5 - “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event – occurs when more than 30 min of driving in a 24hr period show the ‘unidentified driver’ on the ELD. This event triggers an indicator that is then turn on for all drivers logged into that ELD for the current 24-hr period and the following 7 days. 6 - “Other” ELD identified diagnostic event – ELD provider-specific data diagnostic values to communicate the ELD’s malfunction or non-compliant state to the operator We created a suite of both manual and automated tests, based on each of the individual regulations and the testing procedures document, and executed them both at our testing benches and in vehicles.
datasmart ELD DSTTG-1710 1.0.1710.7 or newer DSE001 Download Download Datasmart ELD (951) 331-4522 general@datasmart4trucks.com http://datasmart4trucks.co/ 31915 rancho california road suite 200-336, temecula, CA 92591 Data Transfer The datasmart ELD HOS provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the datasmart ELD HOS to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. Malfunctions The datasmart ELD HOS is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the datasmart ELD HOS, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The datasmart ELD HOS was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The datasmart ELD HOS was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the datasmart ELD EBM engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
SAE OnBoard SAE OnBoard 2.0.0.X OBA000 Download Download Systems Application Enterprises, Inc. 713-783-6020 OnBoard-Info@saesystems.com http://www.saesystems.com 3655 Westcenter Drive, Houston, Texas, 77042 Supported and Certified Data Transfer Mechanisms SAE OnBoard supports Email and Web Services data transfer mechanisms for the transfer of ELD Records to the FMCSA. Step-by-Step Instructions to Produce and Transfer ELD Records to Authorized Safety Official 1. Touching the Roadside Inspection button (i.e., the “police car” icon). 2. Enter Driver’s Password for confirmation and touch the DONE button. 3. Touch the DATA TRANSFER button and then touch YES to confirm the request to begin a data transfer. 4. Touch the Email or Web Services selector button. 5. Enter a comment into the comment field and touch the TRANSFER button. 6. Touch the DONE button. Summary of Malfunctions: Malfunctions Description Power compliance Meets all requirements Engine synchronization compliance Meets all requirements Timing compliance Meets all requirements Positioning compliance Meets all requirements Data transfer compliance Meets all requirements Data recording compliance Only generated in catastrophic conditions Other Not currently generated SAE Onboard was tested using the ELD Test Plan and Procedures 2.0 document provided by the FMCSA as a guideline. The test certificates provided by the FMCSA were used for testing the output file transfer to the FMCSA server and data transfer compliance monitoring. We believe that SAE Onboard meets the technical specifications set forth in the Appendix to Subpart B of Part 395 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations.
ELD Fleet iOS & CalAmp4230 1621.6202 or higher ELDFLT Download Download GPS Trackit (866) 320-5810 FleetAdvisor@GPSTrackit.net https://gpstrackit.com/eld-fleet/ 27244 Vía Industria, Temecula, CA, 92590 Data Transfer Description – Android Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, USB, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Data Transfer Description – iOS Registrations The ELD Fleet™ provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email, and web service. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Fleet™ to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. • Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. • Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The email is then automatically sent to the FMCSA email address specified in the ELD Provider Registration website: fmcsaeldsub@dot.gov • Transfer via Web Service - this option enables the user to transfer files to FMCSA via Web Services. The Web Service data transfer follows the following standards: WSDL, SOAP, XML. Malfunctions The ELD Fleet™ ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD Fleet™ ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android & iOS notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELD Fleet™ ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Fleet™ ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android & iOS phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the CalAmp4230 engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
InTouch ELD - Android Geometris 1621.6202 or higher ITELD1 Download Download InTouch (800) 881-6343 eld@intouchgps.com http://www.InTouchGPS.com 439 S Florida Ave STE 100B, Lakeland, FL 33801 The InTouch ELD provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. Selecting the Data Transfer button from the Main HOS Main Screen will display the list of supported data transfer options which are via Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the InTouch ELD to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The InTouch ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the InTouch ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The InTouch ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The InTouch ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the Geometris engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
eLogPro NFTELP-001 1.0 ELP001 Download Download National Fleet Tracking 855-438-4771 support@nftgps.com www.nationalfleettracking.com PO Box 3099, Glen Rose, TX 76043 Supported and certified data transfer mechanisms are USB2.0 and Bluetooth. Steps are below. Bluetooth 1. Click on the Send Logs Button 2. Enter a comment (if requested by the inspecting officer). 3. Click the SEND TO DOT button. 4. Choose Bluetooth 5. A list of available bluetooth devices will pop up. Choose the officer's device and click on submit. USB 1. Connect the USB drive using the included OTG cable 2. Click on the Send Logs Button 3. Enter a comment (if requested by the inspecting officer). 4. Click the SEND TO DOT button. 5. Choose USB 6. A list of available drives will pop up . Choose the USB drive and click on submit. Power compliance - The device records a “Power diagnostic event” every time it is powered up. Once it re-establishes a connection to the ECM and gets a valid GPS time and position fix it will then clear the “Power diagnostic event” Every two minutes the device records the current engine hours and odometer reading and writes that data to its internal memory. At Power up it will compare the recorded values to the current values and if the difference in the odometer is greater than 15 miles or the engine hour difference is greater than 0.4 hours then a Power compliance Malfunction will be created. Additionally the device will also check for any other “Power up events” and add their odometer and hour reading differences to see if accumulated time exceeds the values stated above and will create a Power Malfunction Event. Engine synchronization - The device polls the ECM of the truck every two minutes and at any time a duty status change is initiated. Additionally it monitors speed and engine status(running or not) in real time. If it does not get valid data off of the ECM during one of these polls it creates an “Engine Synchronization data diagnostic” event is created. Once ECM connection is established the data diagnostic event is cleared. If the time between ECM disconnections and connections reaches a total of 30 minutes during a 24 hour period then an Engine Synchronization Malfunction will be created. Once the ECM disconnected time falls below 30 minutes in a 24 hour period the Engine Synchronization Malfunction will be cleared. Timing Compliance - The device updates its internal clock based with an NTP server from the cellular system periodically. If the time returned by the NTP server and the current value of the internal clock are more than 10 minutes apart or the NTP server is not available a Timing compliance Malfunction will be created. Position - GPS position is check ed every 5 miles or 5 minutes whichever happens first and also at any time a duty status change is initiated. If accumulated time with no valid positions exceeds 1 hour in a 24 hour period we create a position malfunction. Data Recording - At each event creation the event being created is checked for all required data for that event. If there is any missing data a “Missing required data elements data diagnostic” event is created. Additionally available memory is checked and if there is not enough memory available a Data Recording Malfunction will be created. Data Transfer - The driver can initiate a test data transfer at any time. The ELD will also automatically initiate a test data transfer every 5 days. If either the automatic or driver initiated test fails a “Data Transfer Diagnostic” event is created. The ELD will then initiate another test data transfer every 24 hours. If the test is successful then the “Data Transfer Diagnostic” event will be cleared. If it fails it will try again in another 24 hours. After three failures a “Data Transfer Malfunction will be created” Unidentified Drive Time - Any driving time recorded when a valid driver is not logged into the ELD will create drive time under the Unidentified Driver Profile. Once this time exceeds 30 minutes then an “Unidentified driving records data diagnostic” event will be created. Additionally, if there is ANY unidentified drive time on the ELD the driver is notified on both login and logout and given the opportunity to claim or reject this drive time. Once a driver claims the unidentified drive time and the amount of unidentified drive time fall below the threshold the diagnostic event will be cleared. Other - We do not monitor any other internal faults other than the ones required by the rule. We certify that our model NFTELP-001, used in conjunction with an android device running Android version 4.4, KitKat, or higher with a minimum 5 inch screen. With the NFT-ELD application, version 1.0 or higher, installed conforms to the ELD specifications.
V-Series with iOn Hours - G3000 1.0.1625.6584 HOS001 Download Download CalAmp Inc (949) 600-5600 salesteam@calamp.com https://www.calamp.com/ 15635 Alton Parkway, Suite 250, Irvine, CA 92618 The V-Series with iOn Hours provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the V-Series with iOn Hours to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The V-Series with iOn Hours ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the V-Series with iOn Hours ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: Power Malfunction Engine Synchronization Malfunction Timing Malfunction Position Malfunction Data Recording Malfunction Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. The V-Series with iOn Hours ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The V-Series with iOn Hours ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the V-Series with iOn Hours engine connected device. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
Companion TD4230 1.1 TD0001 Download Download Trip Data & Safety Management Inc. 506-853-7522 sales@tdsm.com http://www.tdsm.com/aspx_docs/electronic_logs.aspx 383 Baig Blvd, Moncton Screen View - Our devices are detachable and can be passed out of the truck. eMail - Transfer data via email to officials. The user will be prompted to enter officials email address. 4.9.1 (1)(ii) USB - Transfer data via USB device. 4.9.1 (2)(i) Bluetooth – Transfer data via Bluetooth to officials. The user will be prompted to enter a code given to them by the officer. 4.9.1 (2)(ii) Engine synchronization Timing compliance Positioning compliance Data recording compliance Data transfer compliance Cellular Radio validation GPS Radio validation 4 testers processing chapters 1-3 of FMCSA testing documents. All test elements in a chapter must pass before moving onto the next chapter. There are currently 2 failures within the test documents, but we are working with FMCSA to resolve these issues. 1. We can not test our exports. The FMCSA test for exported data currently crashes. 2. In the test documents for exempt drivers a. Section 4.3.3.1.2-1(c) states that data should not be saved for exempt drivers. b. Section 4.3.3.1.2-3(c) states that data should be saved for exempt drivers.
Matrack ELD MA3000 4.0 and up LOG247 Download Download Matrack Inc 872-256-2669 support@matrackinc.com http://www.matrackinc.com 2410 Camino Ramon, Suite 267, San Ramon, California, 94583 Matrack ELD support data transfer using telematics(Web Service and Email) 1. Login into Matrack ELD app 2. Select DOT Inspection icon from the Home screen. 3. Select Data Transfer option in DOT Inspection screen. 4. Enter option text in the comments field that might be provided by authorized safely official during the roadside inspection. 5. Select transfer method - either Web service or Email. 6. If Email transfer method was selected then enter a return email address to receive the FMCSA confirmation. 7. Select send button to perform data transfer. Data transfer will send the ELD output file to FMCSA server that will be made available to authorized safely official. (by FMCSA server) Malfunction summary: 1. Matrack ELD app changes the screen banner from green to red for malfunction indication. It will include the malfunction code inside the bracket. The values of malfunction code contain values ‘P’, ‘E’, ‘T’, ‘L’, ‘R’, ‘S’, or ‘O’ as per FMCSA Table-4 of Appendix A Subpart B of Part 395. 2. Onboard device's blue LED will blink once every 3 seconds; if the blink interval is not 3 seconds, then the device is malfunctioning 3. Onboard device's green LED will blink when there is no CAN bus data detected, otherwise it will stay steady. Matrack ELD was developed according to FMCSA's ELD specification, tested using FMCSA test Plan and Procedures and results were recorded.
.NoFeeELD LMU4230L 2.2 VB0G13 Download Download iConnect Inc. 888-353-5624 sales@eldsmartphone.com http://eldsmartphone.com/ P.O. Box 598, Westfield, Indianapolis 46074 1. To your logs, select "Send/Print Logs" then choose the desired option and follow the prompts to perform the desired task. 2. Transfer options include email, bluetooth, & usb. 3. Select the method for sharing the logs 4. Select to Send/Transfer Logs Power compliance malfunction There has been a hardware issue or possible tampering with the unit that is installed in your vehicle. The recorded engine on and off events do not match between the mobile device and the vehicle unit. Possibly the CMV has been operated with the hardware unit unplugged. Engine synchronization compliance malfunction The mobile device has lost connectivity to the vehicle unit for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period. During this time the data on engine power status, vehicle motion status, miles driven, and engine hours could no longer be accessed. Timing compliance malfunction There was a discrepancy of more than 5 minutes, either between the mobile device's time and the hardware unit’s time, or, between the ECM’s time and the hardware unit’s time. Positioning compliance malfunction The GPS connection has been lost and the mobile device has not been able to retrieve a valid location for more than 60 minutes within a 24-hour period. Check your GPS aerial. Data recording compliance malfunction The mobile device is unable to properly record required data, because there is not enough storage space available on the device. The mobile device can no longer record new events and you might lose events that have not been uploaded yet. Data transfer compliance malfunction The automatic data transfer check that is done once within each 24-hour period has failed more than 3 times. This means that you might have issues if you try to transfer your data. I certify the ELD has been tested to fully compile with FMCSA ELD Mandate Compliance.
ELD logbook ISPP CTELD2 1713-1715 or higher CTELD2 Download Download I.S.P.P. 9675868 Canada Inc. 1-888 256-2464 info@ispp.ca www.ispp.ca 2249 rue Saint-Jacques Suite 500, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3J1H6 The ELD Logbook ISPP provides a standardized single-step compilation for the driver’s ELD records and initiation of the data transfer to authorized safety officials when requested during a roadside inspection. This can be done by selecting the Roadside Inspection button from the main HOS dashboard and selecting the option for Data Transfer. A list of supported data transfer options is then displayed which include Bluetooth, Email and USB. A Select Vehicle option is also available for selecting a vehicle upon performing the data transfer, this option enables the ELD Logbook ISPP to produce a data file or a series of data files of ELD records for a subset of its vehicles used by the driver. •Transfer via Bluetooth - this option enables the user to transfer files through Bluetooth. The ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). After the input, if Bluetooth is not yet turned on, a prompt will appear asking you to turn it on. You will then be asked to select the device name to which the data will be transmitted via Bluetooth. •Transfer via Email - this option enables the user to transfer files through email. The ELD output file transferred is encrypted using AES-256 in FIPS Publication 197. Before sending, the ELD prompts for an output file comment which the driver may enter (optional). The device's default email application will then be opened before sending the email to which the data will be transferred. Transfer via USB - this option enables the user to transfer files through USB (external devices). However, prior to saving the driver’s ELD file to an external storage/device, the ELD re-authenticates the driver account by asking for its password. The ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD is capable of monitoring its compliance for various detectable malfunctions. At each instance when an ELD malfunction event is detected or cleared by the ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD, the ELD records the event. The recorded malfunction events are inconsistencies found while monitoring the ELD against FMCSA compliance requirements. Malfunction occurrences are indicated in the application header and in the Android notification toolbar with the letter ‘M’, respectively. The following shows the list of detectable malfunctions: •Power Malfunction •Engine Synchronization Malfunction •Timing Malfunction •Position Malfunction •Data Recording Malfunction •Data Transfer Malfunction Once the Malfunctions indicator ‘M’ is tapped, a dialog will be displayed with a list of the detected malfunction events alongside a ‘Clear’ button for each event. Tapping the Clear button will clear out the detected malfunction event. Certifying Statement of FMCSA Regulation Testing The ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD was certified through successful execution and verification of the FMCSA ELD Test Procedures. The ELD Logbook ISPP, ELD was installed on various types and sizes of Android phones and tablets. Testing was performed through the use of a J1939 simulator and actual vehicles while having been connected to the VBUS Geometris, engine connected devices. A few of the test procedures, which are relevant to Motor Carriers, were verified through the use of the Hours of Service web application (portal) that can be accessed through a web browser.
MobileTRAQ ELD Link1 MA-MBLT-ELD1 3.1.5 WLI001 Download Download Mobile Awareness, LLC 866-653-5036 info@mobileawareness.com http://www.mobileawareness.com 6573-A Cochran Road, Solon, Ohio 44139 There is a one page document describing how the officer can enter “officer mode” by clicking on the icon on the top right “officer icon” present on all screens. Once in “officer mode” the Daily Header and Full Day ELD Record defined by the FMCSA are displayed. On the bottom of the page there is a button marked “send report.” Clicking this button brings up the window to email the report to any email address entered. Now that Web Services are available, we have completed the Web Services transfer method. Each malfunction has been coded following the "Standard Coding for Required Compliance Malfunction and Data Diagnostic Event Detection" definitions regarding "Malfunction/Diagnostic Code", "Malfunction Description" and "Data Diagnostic Event." Power Compliance monitoring assures that the ELD will become fully functional within one minute of the engine on event and remain on as long as the vehicle's engine stays powered. Engine Synchronization monitoring determines our connection to the ECM. This alerts the driver if there is a loss of connectivity to the ECM. For Timing Compliance Monitoring, we periodically check UTC time via the internet. For Positioning Compliance the ELD records the location, and uses the last valid position measurement and includes the latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles, since the last valid position measurement. We also measure the elapsed time during periods when the ELD does not require a valid position measurement within 5 miles. If the time exceeds 60 minutes in a 24 hour period, it is marked as a positioning compliance malfunction. An ELD monitors its storage capacity and integrity and detects data recording compliance malfunction if it can no longer record or retain required events or retrieve recorded logs that are not otherwise catalogued remotely by the motor carrier. The ELD monitors the completeness of the ELD event record information in relation to the required data elements for each event type and records a missing data elements data diagnostics event for the driver if any required field is missing at the time of recording. We check to make sure that our data transfer mechanism works properly at least once every 7 days. All Data Diagnostic events are handled similarly according to the mandate. We have sufficiently completed testing of the MobileTRAQ ELD Link1 to meet all of the functional requirements according to the FMCSA’s technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
Alert Gps Inc. ELD Alert ELD 1.0.28 and above ALERT1 Download Download Alert Gps Inc 312-722-6661 info@alertgpsinc.com https://alertgpsinc.com/ 2720 W.Chicago Ave, Chicago To submit the Output File to an authorized safety official, the driver selects the “Export ELD Data File” from the Logbook screen. The driver, then, will select one of the following methods: - Email Transfer: An email will be preformatted with the .AES file attached to it. The destination email address will the one provided during this registration process - USB Transfer: The ELD will wait for the driver or safety official to connect the external storage device and will automatically enter Mass Storage mode. After the external storage device is detected, the driver will be prompted to re-authenticate before the transfer of the output data file is started - Bluetooth Transfer: After selecting this option, the authorized safety official will pair and verify PIN with the driver. Once the Bluetooth devices are paired, the safety official’s technology equipment will transfer the output file to the FMCSA website using Web services. Low battery, network disconnection, low internal memory space, ECM data transfer failure, location sensor failure. The Apollo ELD was tested on a diverse range of CMVs from different manufacturers and models as well drivers with different experience and backgrounds. Tests were also performed on different environments (indoor, outdoor, inside and outside CMVs). Procedures and areas of examinations were followed according to the “ELD Test Plan and Procedures” version 1.0 document released by FMCSA on April 25th 2016. The Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM) was used and fully verified to ensure ELD compliance. Corrective actions and regression tests were made on all Failed test results.
TXT E Solutions Inc. ELD TXTELD-5 5.0 M17V84 Download Download TXT Esolutions Inc. 1-833-TXT-ELOG sales@txtesolutions.com http://txtesolutions.com 1450 Meyerside Drive, Suite 601, Mississauga/Ontario/L5T 2N5 The Data is transferred from the ECM of the Commercial Motor Vehicle to our ELD device in the following methods: 1. Wifi - Our Device is equipped with high quality WIFI - Hotspot. The Device can communicate with any WIFI capable device such as Cellular or other Wifi Capable Device such as Tablets mounted on to the dash-board of the Commercial Motor Vehicle. The Data is then registered onto the memory of the data receiving device by way of our mobile APP/ website ; 2. Stable 2G/3G network- Each of our device is built to support a 2G/3G SIM Card. The 2G/3G data connects and transmits the data to our AWS Server by way of Socket Server Code, and thereby registering the data onto our SQL Server database, located on the Cloud and hosted at AWS Hosted Server Facilities. Each user will be able to retrieve the data registered onto the data base through web portal and/or through a Mobile APP. 3. The data is stored on to the physical hard drive of our ELD device. The ELD Device has an internal memory of 25 MB, sufficient to store 14 days worth of ELOG data. 1. A “Data Recording Compliance Malfunction” notification is pushed to mobile application upon a loss connection. 2. A “Timing” malfunction detection notification is pushed when, the ELD fails to synchronize with Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) in each 5-minute interval. 3. A “Power Data Diagnostic Events” notification is pushed to mobile application, when an ELD is not powered and fully functional within one minute of the vehicle’s engine receiving power and does not remain powered for as long as the vehicle’s engine stays powered. 4. A “Power Compliance Malfunctions” a notification is pushed to mobile application, when an ELD is not powered for an aggregated in-motion driving time of 30 minutes or more over a 24-hour period across all driver profiles. 5. A “Position Compliance Malfunction” a notification is pushed to mobile application when an ELD fails to acquire a valid position measurement within 5 miles of the commercial motor vehicle moving and 60 minutes has passed. 6. A “Data Transfer and/or Data Diagnostic Event” a notification is pushed to mobile application when the operation of the data transfer mechanism(s) is not confirmed. 7. A “Data Transfer Compliance” is a notification is pushed to mobile application, when a malfunction occurs when the ELD stays in the unconfirmed data transfer mode following the next three consecutive monitoring checks. 8. An “Unidentified Driving Records Data Diagnostic Event” a notification is pushed to mobile application, when more than 30 minutes of driving time for an unidentified driver is recorded within a 24-hour period. Under penalties of perjury, I, Prince Saini, hereby certify on behalf of TXT Esolutions Inc. that ELD model 5.0 and version 5.0 has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used.
DT4000 REV 6 6.01.04 and Higher DT4R06 Download Download DriverTech LLC 855-451-4621 DTELD@DriverTech.com https://www.drivertech.com/ 1960 South Milestone Dr. #B, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104 Telematics-type ELD supporting Web Services and Email. Tap HOS then OPTIONS Reference the OPTIONS tab when you are inspected and need to share your logs with enforcement. 1. Tap ENFORCEMENT VIEW before showing your device to law enforcement. You must certify all logs except for the current day’s log to enter ROADSIDE AUDIT mode 2. Tap YES when prompted to Require driver portal password to exit ‘Enforcement View Enter your password 3. Tap SEND LOGS TO ENFORCEMENT to send logs to law enforcement. a. Enter valid email address, then tap SUBMIT b. Once the inspection is finished, tap BACK, then enter your DRIVER PORTAL PASSWORD to exit ENFORCEMENT VIEW Malfunction/Diagnostic Code Malfunction Description P Power compliance malfunction E Engine synchronization compliance malfunction T Timing compliance malfunction L Positioning compliance malfunction R Data recording compliance malfunction S Data transfer compliance malfunction DriverTech referenced Electronic Logging Device ELD Test Plan and Procedures Version 2.0 to ensure compliance with FMCSA regulations.
TruckRec H100 2.0 C201EX Download Download Cesiumai USA Inc. 5109289909 TruckRec@cesiumai.com http://www.cesiumai.com/us/ 925 Adams St., Albany, CA, 94706 After logging in our ELD APP, the driver is able to select “RODS” from the left main navigation bar to go to “RODS” page. Select the log of the day(s) to be sent by clicking the corresponding box(es). Click “Send” to go to “Send Log” page. Select “To FMCSA (Web Service)” or “To FMCSA (Email)” and then click “Send”. The logs of the day(s) is then sent to the authorized safety official through FMSCA web service or FMSCA designated email address accordingly. Please also refer to the User Manual for captured pictures for the pages of our ELD APP. Our ELD has the ability to detect malfunctions related to power, data synchronization, missing data, timing, positioning, data recording, data transfer, and unidentified driver records requirements. When such malfunctions occur in our ELD, we do the following or request the users to act as follows so as to resolve the data inconsistencies: 1.“Power compliance” malfunction We request the driver to keep logging into the APP or log into the APP before the vehicle’s engine is powered. When the vehicle’s engine is receiving power, our ELD shall receive data from Engine ECM and indicate the data transfer on the APP. If the driver observes there is no shown status or status request in the APP, this implies a “power compliance” malfunction and the driver shall report to the carrier’s administrator. Our system shall record this malfunction. 2.“Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction Our ELD, after installation, will record in our system once it is removed accidentally or intentionally from the interface and a notice will be provided to the driver through APP to prompt the driver to rectify. The notice will be also given to the carrier’s administrator to follow up. 3.“Timing compliance” malfunction The system clock of our ELD is structured to be cross-checked periodically with an accurate external UTC source. When it does not meet the underlying compliance requirement (although it is very unlikely to occur), our ELD shall record a timing compliance malfunction and we shall rectify immediately. No action is necessary for any carriers and drivers. 4.“Positioning compliance” malfunction Our ELD records valid position measurements normally every 10 seconds in the contiguous United States as long as the 2G mobile network is available. If the vehicle is in remote or enclosed areas which is not covered by the network, our ELD will record according to the requirements in section 4.3.1.6 and 4.6.1.4. No action is necessary for any carriers and drivers. 5.“Data recording compliance” malfunction Our ELD store the data in system which has an almost unlimited capacity and the system is structured to monitor its storage capacity itself. When it does not meet the underlying compliance requirement our ELD shall record a data recording compliance malfunction and we shall rectify immediately. We shall inform the related carriers and drivers for manual recording if necessary. 6.“Data transfer compliance” malfunction ELD records valid position measurements normally every 10 seconds in the contiguous United States as long as the 2G mobile network is available. If the vehicle is in remote or enclosed areas which is not covered by the network, our ELD will record according to the requirements in section 4.3.1.6 and 4.6.1.4. No action is necessary for any carriers and drivers. 7.“Other” ELD detected malfunction No other ELD malfunction is categorized. This is to certify that our ELD model and version, including device and software, has been sufficiently tested to meet the functional requirements included in the technical specifications in the Appendix to subpart B of part 395, title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, under the conditions in which the ELD would be used. In addition, I confirm acceptance of the following rules of behavior: 1.I will not knowingly interfere with, disable, circumvent, or compromise any and all security controls, auditing, or monitoring enabled on FMCSA networks supporting ELDs. I will not knowingly introduce any malicious code into the system or the DOT network. 2.I will not share security-related information about the FMCSA information systems, software, or networks with entities outside the FMCSA unless otherwise authorized and approved in writing. I will not share any ELD-specific data, such as authentication values or private key information. 3.I will not pursue any other unspecified activities using FMCSA information systems resources that I know to be wrong, or that is patently outside the purpose of those systems in supporting FMCSA programs and the FMCSA mission. 4.I understand that violations of the above principles and practices may lead to reprimand and or civil or criminal prosecution. 5.I understand that the system is an official U.S. Federal Government web-based system and that my acceptance expressly gives assurance that I will comply with all U. S. Federal Government and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, policies, and procedures governing the protection, handling, processing, transmission, distribution, and destruction of sensitive unclassified information utilized by the system. I understand that I must comply with all restrictions, procedures, and processes specified in the ELD Rule.
iFleetELD tisels1 1.1.5 TISELD Download Download Transportation Information Systems 888-464-8471 info@tisfleet.com http://www.tisfleet.com 5435 Cahuenga Blvd. Suite D, North Hollywood, CA 91601 The iFleetELD provides Data Transfer Capabilities as specified in section 4.9 of ELD Test Plan and Procedures. Data Transfer to an Authorized Safety Official is provided using the standards Option (1) Telematics transfer methods(4.10.1). This transfer can occur either via email(4.10.1.1) or Wireless Web services(4.10.1.4, 4.10.2, Appendix to subpart B of 395) With this feature, a safety inspector will easily be able to retrieve Driver data in the form of a text file. The text file will be attached to an email or as part of an web services request. The text file is formatted according to section 4.8.2 of ELD Test Plan and Procedures. It includes Driver data from the previous 7 days up to the the time of the inspection. At the beginning of a safety inspection, the inspector will enter an "Inspection Mode" in the iFleetELD. From there he will perform a visual inspection of the Driver's data for the current 24-hour period, with the ability to go back and view records from the previous 7 days. If the inspector feels the need to retrieve the Driver's data electronically he or she will press a button labeled "E-File". This will then generate the output file and automatically send it to the desired FMCSA endpoint(4.3.2.4 Driver’s Data Transfer Initiation Input). The iFleetELD is connected to the engine ECM via a Bluetooth or serial interface. This connection monitors a number of engine functions including power, engine hours, engine on/off, VIN, and speed. The status of the Bluetooth connection with the ECM is displayed to the driver in the main view of the ELD. In the case of a malfunction the corresponding codes are sent as part of the ELD Output File. The malfunction codes used are referenced from Table 4 of the federal Register: Power Compliance Engine Synchronization compliance Timing Compliance Positioning Compliance Data Recording Compliance Data Transfer The following is a description of the measures taken to comply with the above rules. Power Compliance (P) To use the iFleetELD, we require that driver power on the device and login using his or her credentials before turning the engine on. In the case that the driver mistakenly turns the engine on before logging in, the event is still logged under a pre-assigned unidentified driver id, where it can later be “re-attached” to the driver through a Unidentified ELD Event Confirmation view in the app. In addition to this, tablet shutdown and low battery events are logged to monitor a suspected premature shutdown by the driver. Engine Synchronization Compliance (E) Connectivity to the Engine ECM is constantly monitored at intervals of less than 5 seconds. As a visual aid to the driver, we have designated an button icon which is set to RED(ECM Connected) or GREEN(ECM Disconnected). This will alert the driver along with an auditory beep of a loss in engine connectivity. If a failure occurs for more the 30 minutes, we ask the driver report the issue to tech support and any faulty hardware is replaced. Timing Compliance (T) All Driver and CMV data is recorded in UTC time on the iFleetELD’s database. Drivers and Managers do not have the ability to alter or generate the timestamps that are sent with any data. In the case of a Driver making a mistake in producing his or her data, the Driver can create an annotation according to the rule in 4.3.2.6. In addition to the timestamp of the ELD Event, we are also saving the time each record made it to the server, providing an effective crosscheck of when the Event was created and when it was saved. Positioning Compliance(L) This procedure is in compliance with 4.3.1.6 CMV position of the federal Register appendix. Our monitoring procedure validates Latitude and longitude coordinates and distance traveled in miles and timestamp since the last position. If we detect a failure in accordance with 4.6.1.4 (a), (b), (c), (d) we will record an event whereby the ELD record the character ‘X’ in both Latitude and Longitude. In the case of hardware failures, faulty devices will be replaced within an 8 day timeframe. Data Recording Compliance (R) All ELD Data is stored locally on the tablet for the previous 7 days up to the current 24 hour period. The iFleetELD ensures data synchronization between the device and the server is consistent and up to date. Loss of network and a driver who has not logged in yet are the edge cases that we have accounted for. For a loss of network, the event is logged as a malfunction and upon reconnection, the data is synced. For unidentified records, the Driver is provided the option of identifying his or her data via an Unidentified ELD Event Confirmation view. Data Transfer compliance (S) The iFleetELD offers option 1 (Telematics) according to 4.10.1.1 and 4.10.1.2 rules (i-Web services, ii-email) as a means for a sending an ELD Output File to an authorized safety official during a roadside inspection. As a self monitoring procedure, the ELD connects to the FMCSA Web Services endpoint to identify itself as a certified device, and any status errors received are logged as malfunctions. This ELD identification process is run every time the Driver logs in as well as right before attempting to send an ELD Output File. The iFleetELD was tested to fulfill the Functional Requirements located in section 4 of ELD Test Plan and Procedures. Testing was conducted by engineers at the software level as well as manual testing done by QA. In addition, a focused group of beta users were selected to take part in a lengthy pre-release phase of the iFleetELD(Versions 0.0.1 - 1.1.2). For software tests, mock data was utilized for the purpose of simulating the data generated by a Driver and his/her CMV. With this data our engineers will be able to easily conduct automated regression tests as features are added to subsequent releases of the iFleetELD, thus creating a stable release cycle. In addition to mock data, our engineers were provide the convenience of using an OBDII J1939 Simulator to test and develop the iFleetELD. The simulator allows emulated Engine Synchronization data to be attached to Driver status events and so on. Despite the convenience of simulated data, the actual tests to satisfy the Pass/Fail requirements of ELD Test Procedures were done using a combination of manual tests conducted by QA and Beta user feedback. The Beta users consisted of several small fleets consisting of 10 trucks or less with owner/ operators willfully testing our product. By testing using real engine data and drivers over time, we were able to hone in on issues or edge case bugs that would otherwise be obscured or untestable at the software level. This especially came in handy when testing the reliability of any ELD Function that requires a physical dimension outside of the office environment. These include: Geolocation Auto Driving/On Duty detection Vehicle Speed Spotty Network Connectivity Testing in the field with Beta users also allowed us to look at the behavior over a prolonged period of time(2 weeks or more), aiding our testing of the following features: Weekly On Duty/ Driving Limit Calculations Shift Reset Calculations With these tests described, we certify that we have complied with FMCSA requirements
REAL ELD WILIR01 ANDR1.0 WLRA01 Download Download Real ELD 708-983-7325 stan@real.us http://www.real.us 2100 W 21st St, Broadview/IL/60155 INSPECTION REAL ELD provides an easy way for a driver to produce and transfer the ELD records to an authorized safety official. TELEMATICS EMAIL: 1. Click “Send Logs” from “Inspection Module” screen. 2. Select the checkbox next to each log you want to email. 3. Choose the transfer method by clicking on Email tab. 4. Enter the email address of the authorized safety official. 5. Tap “Send” to email your logs. TELEMATICS WIRELESS TRANSFER: 1. Click “Send Output File” from “Inspection Module” screen. 2. Enter the Investigation Code of the authorized safety official. 3. Tap “Send” to transfer your logs. *Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulation 49 CFR § 395.15 does not require a driver to provide a hard copy printout of their logs for an authorized safety official. However, you can email your logs from the REAL ELD App if you choose to provide the authorized safety official a copy. REAL ELD is made to transfer data wirelessly via Web Services and follows the below standards put forward by FMCSA in article 4.10.1.1. (a) Transfer of ELD data to FMCSA via Web Services must follow the following standards: (1)Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 (2)Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38) (3)Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 5th Edition (b) If an ELD provider plans to use Web Services, upon ELD provider registration as described in section 5.1 of this appendix, (1) FMCSA will provide formatting files necessary to convert the ELD file into an XML format and upload the data to the FMCSA servers. These files include FMCSA’s Rules of Behavior, XML Schema, WSDL file, Interface Control Document (ICD), and the ELD Web Services Development Handbook, and (2)ELD Providers must obtain a Public/Private Key pair compliant with the NIST SP 800-32, Introduction to Public Key Technology and the Federal PKI Infrastructure, (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38), and submit the public key with their registration. (3)ELD Providers will be required to complete a test procedure to ensure their data is properly formatted before they can begin submitting driver’s ELD data to the FMCSA server. (c)ELD data transmission must be accomplished in a way that protects the privacy of the driver(s). (d)At roadside, if both the vehicle operator and law enforcement have an available data connection, the vehicle operator will initiate the transfer of ELD data to an authorized safety official. In some cases, an ELD may be capable of converting the ELD file to an XML format using an FMCSA-provided schema and upload it using information provided in the WSDL file using SOAP via RFC 7230, RFC 7231, and RFC 5246, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (incorporated by reference, see § 395.38). Wireless Data Transfer tests will be conducted and detailed instructions will be provided upon FMCSA publishing specific test cases. WHAT DOES THE DRIVER NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. Provide written notice to fleet management within 24 hours of malfunction discovery. 2. Keep paper logs for that day and until ELD is repaired or replaced. WHAT DOES THE FLEET NEED TO DO IF THE ELD IS MALFUNCTIONING? 1. A motor carrier must take action to correct the malfunction of the ELD within 8 days of discovery of the malfunction or a driver’s notification to the motor carrier, whichever occurs first. 2. When notified by fleet manager, REAL ELD will send a new device. 3. If a motor carrier needs a time extension, they must notify the FMCSA Division Administrator for the State of the motor carrier’s principal place of business within five days after a driver notifies the motor carrier according to the guidelines set forth in § 395.34 (2). REAL ELD will monitor and report malfunction data according to section 4.6 ELD’s Self-Monitoring of Required Functions table 4: P - “Power compliance” malfunction E - “Engine synchronization compliance” malfunction T - “Timing compliance” malfunction L - “Positioning compliance” malfunction R - “Data recording compliance” malfunction S - “Data transfer compliance” malfunction O - “Other” ELD detected malfunction