Fleet management electronic on-board recording devices
CarrierWeb, a manufacturer of electronic on-board recording devices (EOBRs), introduced two new fleet management products at the Truckload Carrier Association Annual Convention.
Kissimmee, Fla.—CarrierWeb LLC, an Atlanta-based manufacturer of electronic on-board recording devices (EOBRs), introduced two new fleet management products at the Truckload Carrier Association Annual Convention March 4-7 in Kissimmee, Fla.
Designed to drive down the cost of mobile communications, CarrierWeb’s CarrierMate in-cab terminals help fleets and drivers manage sophisticated data, simply. With the ability to monitor factors such as speed, mileage, driver activities, hours of service and position, the new touch-screen electronic on- board recording devices (EOBRs) meet all Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements, while delivering unmatched performance and powerful wireless communications.
“Our customers are always looking for ways to better manage the data that drives better business decisions. Our newest EOBRs join a product portfolio that’s been designed with the driver in mind, so fleets can get the information they need in a form that’s understandable to them, easily,” said Norman Thomas, Vice President of Commercial Operations. “With the data our EOBRs provide, fleets can act upon the most current information to improve their bottom line.”
CarrierWeb started in 2001 and has operations in Brazil, China, Europe and the U.S. It is dedicated to creating EOBRs that meet all current DOT specifications, as well as the needs of drivers.
The CarrierMate 2500 and CarrierMate 5700 feature driver-friendly, easy- to-use high-resolution interfaces and best-in-class data capture. Among the features common to both the 4.3” CarrierMate 2500 and the CarrierMate 5700 are electronic logging, auto dispatch and compliance alert notifications. The CarrierMate 5700, which features a 7” touch screen and on-board scanner, provides additional reports on emissions and fuel, and updates information about driver performance hourly.
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