Technology

New Android App Automates, Tracks Hours of Service

Posted on April 30, 2013

MARKHAM, Ontario — Complete Innovations recently launched its Fleet Complete Action Tracker HOS, an Android application that fully automates hours of service and driver’s vehicle inspection activities, and replaces the time-consuming manual paperwork with an automatic digital logbook.

Action Tracker HOS automatically logs driving hours and calculates driving availability to help ensure HOS compliance. Drivers can view their available hours, manage their duty status, and complete vehicle inspection reports, all from their tablet. 

Action Tracker HOS reduces the chance of human error and saves time previously spent recording, calculating, and managing driving availability via traditional paper-based logs. Audits and reporting are simplified with current and historic log data available for reporting and further analysis 24/7.

Fleets can add Action Tracker HOS to their Fleet Complete subscription for only $7 per month per vehicle, and the service is available from AT&T for U.S. customers and from Telus for Canadian customers.

Action Tracker HOS fully complies with all current U.S. FMCSA and Canadian DOT log requirements, and is ready to support the upcoming July 2013 US FMCSA rule changes. All of the HOS rule tables are configurable, making adaptation of any future HOS rule changes simple and easy.

The Action Tracker HOS application is available on the Google Play Store here.

Watch a video of Fleet Complete’s Action Tracker HOS app here.

Source: Complete Innovations

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