FBI Reports Show ELD Hacking is on the Rise – Is your Fleet Protected? As more and more trucking and fleet operations move online and toward remote management, owners and operators aren’t the only ones reaping the rewards. Online hackers are finding ways to exploit ELD systems (electronic logging devices) with devastating consequences. This is why having a trusted MDM solutions partner like eSquared is key to protecting your mobile devices. eSquared’s technical experts can
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On December 18, 2017, the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate became effectctive. Enforced by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), transportation companies nationwide as of December 2019, are now required to install an an ELD into every active vehicle in their fleet. But what exactly is an ELD, and what role does it play in road safety? WHAT IS AN ELD? An electronic logging device (ELD) may come in many forms, but all share
In some cases, you may want to extract or download the data used in the billing analytics display. On any chart or graph, you may click on “…” to access the more options menu. The first option will be to export the data. This will take you to a menu allowing to download either the summarized data, or the underlying data.