DriverTech adds in-cab scanner features

March 9, 2009
ORLANDO. DriverTech, makers of the DT4000 TruckPC, a Windows XP-embedded onboard computing system, announced enhancements to their DTScan In-Cab Scanning solution at the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) Annual Convention here

ORLANDO. DriverTech, makers of the DT4000 TruckPC, a Windows XP-embedded onboard computing system, announced enhancements to their DTScan In-Cab Scanning solution at the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) Annual Convention here.

According to the company, the new features are designed to make it easier for drivers and fleets to manage documents. They can be included in all new applications of the DT4000 Truck PC system and will be provided to existing DTScan customers as part of their regular program updates.

The new features include:

  • Intelligent Document Transmission capabilities to enable fleets with Forms Recognition software to automatically identify and categorize document types and streamline document entry in office systems
  • A Driver Load Number Entry option
  • Date/Time Stamping to tell drivers when a document batch was scanned relative to an established cut-off time
  • Tap/Zoom/Drag functions plus an on-screen keyboard designed to make it easier to enter data

“DTScan is now even more intuitive, sophisticated and easy-to-use,” said Mike Nalepka, vp of fleet imaging solutions at DriverTech. “The latest enhancements to our in-vehicle scanning solution enable fleets to greatly improve their bottom line by speeding cash cycles, reducing day sales outstanding, cutting the time and cost of truckstop scanning and enhancing driver satisfaction. In-cab scanning is more than a scanning tool for drivers. It is a true productivity improvement solution.”

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