WELCOME TO THE REALITY OF ELECTRONIC LOGGING DEVICES
Presented by: JJ Keller - Omnitracs - PeopleNet
This vendor presentation will be particularly helpful for those who don’t have the resources of large carriers to dedicate to research and fact-finding. Don’t miss hearing about the technology offered by three prominent ELD vendors.
On December 10, 2015, FMCSA announced its final rule requiring the adoption and use of electronic logging devices (ELDs) by all drivers currently required to complete paper records of duty status (logs). In the July 2012 highway reauthorization law known as MAP-21, Congress required that FMCSA mandate the use of ELDs.
Since that time, the MMTA has received numerous phone calls with a variety of questions about the mandate. In an effort to create a better understanding of ELDs and the new rules, we have reached out to the major vendors of the technology to join us for a morning vendor presentation dedicated to describing their technology, hearing from others in the industry about best practices and being able to ask questions about the practical implementation of ELDs.
Vendors and MMTA staff will be prepared to address current issues and questions, including:
- Device Adoption Deadline Date
- Grandfathering of Existing Equipment
- Limited Exceptions
- Short Haul Drivers
- Location Monitoring
- Supporting Documents
- Data Transfer
- Device Certification
- Driver Harassment
- ELD Malfunctions
- Personal Conveyance and Yard Moves
- Driver Edits
- Interoperability of Devices and Systems
When: April 6, 2017
Where: MMTA Office
Morning Session: 8:00am to noon (SESSION IS FULL)
Afternoon Session: 1pm to 5pm
Cost: $25/attendee for MMTA Members and $50/attendee for non-members