Reduce your logistics management costs and increase overall efficiency by tracking drivers and their behavior in real-time. Industries, especially those with sensitive cargo and shipments, focus on tracking the behavior of their drivers to ensure service level agreement (SLA) compliance.
The Phase 2 (Mandatory Implementation) of ELDs began on the 18th of Dec 2017. US Department of Transport is mandating that drivers be on duty for a fixed set of hours (60 hours in 7 days, or 70 hours in 8 days; based on the breaks taken in between). There are multiple constraints was total hours of driving.
Are Your Vehicles Safe on the Road? Ensure Your Last Mile Delivery Safety! What happens when you get a call that your clients never received your delivery and their processes or events are then held-up for it? You check with your vehicle and your delivery personnel tells you that the vehicle broke down mid-way. […]
The next big thing, FaaS, is slated to cover more than 30% of total logistics management growing to $900 Billion by 2030. These numbers are striking enough to sit up and talk about the utilization of FaaS and how it would affect the fleet management systems already in place. How would it work?
Workforce tracking technologies have been around for a while. Individuals on the field use their hand-held devices to log in project updates as and when they happen. It is just now that this process has done a back-ward integration to encompass almost all scheduling activities.
The courier and logistics market in India poses some interesting questions, especially if one is trying to find answers to these questions by means of technology. Leading the upscaling of a fast-growing logistics and field workforce optimization company, I got an excellent opportunity to solve the problems posed by this industry from a technology standpoint, some of them were as follows.