Isaac has unveiled several updates to its digital solutions for the trucking industry.
Drivers can now monitor wheel retorquing requirements through the Isaac InControl tablet, while mechanics and safety managers can manage them through the InRealTime web portal or integrated maintenance systems.
Maintenance managers, meanwhile, can also filter through diagnostic trouble codes with an Isaac tool integrated with maintenance systems through APIs.
A new asset access function lets users display only relevant assets, whether they’re in the form of terminals, divisions, business units or other groups.
In addition to that, driver Hours of Service information can be exported via Isaac APIs, including the time spent in each duty status and the distance travel – supporting activities such as driver payroll when connecting the data with timesheet reports. Isaac also updates is solutions to meet the Hours of Service requirements in specific regions, covering things like the U.S. agricultural exemption and Canadian fertilizer exemption in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Completing the latest updates is a change to the Isaac pickup and delivery module, giving drivers the ability to enter the cubage of different-sized pallets in a load. This, the company says, will help determine remaining floor space and improve billing accuracy.
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