More trailer data reporting added to TrailerTracks 210

Additional reporting detail has been added to the TrailerTracks 210 (TT210) platform for fleets using the TT210 and Mobile Computing Platform 110 or 200 (MCP110 or MCP200) from Omnitracs.

When integrated with Omnitracs’ MCP110 or MCP200, the TT210 will automatically transmit trailer connect/disconnect time, date, location and trailer ID directly to the in-cab display. With this information, drivers can quickly identify incorrect trailer pickups, saving fleets time and money, as well as helping enhance customer service with near real-time insight into delivery status, Omnitracs said.

“As the only provider of an integrated in-cab and trailer management solution, we are able to arm fleets with unique and valuable connect and disconnect information—both to the driver and back office—to help run their businesses more efficiently,” said Vikas Jain, vice president of product management and software as a service at Omnitracs. “Fleets are challenged every day to operate with a greater level of efficiency, and the new hours of service rules places an even higher level of criticality on actual driving time. Fleets that use TT210 will benefit from its comprehensive view of trailer and tractor location status by spending more productive time on the road rather than reconciling the mistakes of incorrect trailer pick-ups.”

The Trailer Specifications feature offers a number of default specifications, such as trailer type, length and VIN, to facilitate quick and easy implementation. It also enables customers to add three custom specifications with distinct labels and values to each trailer to fit unique operational needs. Additionally, with the new Fleet Mapping feature, organizations can view the location of trailers and tractors on a single map for more seamless asset management, the company said.

The new features are now available for TT210 and MCP customers at no additional cost.

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