Transport technology company EROAD has launched a new app and cloud-based administrative platform that reduces the administrative time of managing driver compliance and makes it easier for commercial drivers to comply with logbook rules and regulations.
Called EROAD Day Logbook, the app supports drivers to keep on top of their work or rest hours through either Android or IoS devices. Record keeping is simplified through investigative tools that examine the driver's workday, providing accurate records that aid workflows and driver coaching.
Steven Newman CEO of EROAD says “We designed EROAD Day Logbook with the driver in mind because we wanted to make it really easy for them to use. Only a few clicks or swipes are needed for proactive time management, and this is supported by automated alerts”.
- Intuitively capture work and rest hours using a secure authenticated login
- Proactive alerts and traffic light indicators make complying with the logbook rules and regulations easy
- Ability to display and email logbook data to support roadside inspections as required
- Assists the driver to remain on top of their responsibility for health and safety compliance, with a seamless link to EROAD Inspect
- Easily accessed - Available for both iOS and Android, and viewable on smartphone or tablet.
- NZTA approved
In recognition that fatigue management is more than just counting hours, EROAD has also launched the EROAD Pit-Stop. Staffed by St John, this will tour selected Truck stops and depots, providing a free and confidential mini-health check to drivers.
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- EROAD believes every community deserves safer roads that can be sustainably funded. This is why EROAD develops technology solutions (products and services) that manage vehicle fleets, support regulatory compliance, improve driver safety and reduce the costs associated with driving. EROAD also provides valuable insights and data analytics to universities, government agencies and others who research, trial and evaluate future transport networks. This data enables those who use the roads to influence the design, management and funding of future transport networks.
- EROAD launched with the purpose of modernizing New Zealand’s paper-based road user charging system. By 2009 EROAD had introduced the world’s first nationwide electronic road user charging system and now around 46% of collected heavy vehicle road user charges in New Zealand are being collected using EROAD technology. By Dec 2019, this had delivered NZ$2.95 B to NZTA for the sustainability of the NZ transport network. In the USA, EROAD introduced the first electronic Weight Mile Tax service (2014) and the first independently verified Electronic Logging Device service (2017).
- EROAD (ERD) is listed on the NZX, and employs almost 300 staff located across NZ, Australia and North America.