Maven Machines releases new ELD solution

July 18, 2017
Maven Machines announced a new line of products, the Smartsense IoT platform, and new entrant to ELD compliance.

Maven Machines announced a new line of products, the Smartsense IoT platform, to “transform” the company into a full Fleet Management System (FMS) vendor and new entrant to ELD compliance.

Maven unveiled a unified fleet management platform that ties together driver performance, GPS and telematics data, and vehicle engine data. The combined data serve to improve safety, increase fleet efficiency, and automate regulatory compliance including the ELD (Electronic Logging Device) mandate set to begin Dec. 18.

“Maven Machines is pioneering a new era of technology in trucking by focusing on connected mobile devices and a scalable cloud framework,” said Avishai Geller, CEO. “We believe in a culture of transparency and automation for drivers. Maven’s smart headset is now one part of our intuitive driver UI and differentiated fleet management system.”

“Maven was easy to set up for my safety staff and terminal managers and now we all share visibility to real-time telematics,” said Rhonda Yost, vice president OSHA and regulatory compliance at PGT Trucking. The Management platform is built around flexible metrics and groups. The design streamlines the creation of custom alerts and virtual driver segments by operational roles such as; terminal, truck-class, cargo-type, driver-type, seniority, risk, etc.” 

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