Wednesday, March 16, 2011

New Mobile Computing Platform for Car Transport

Transport drivers and firms in the vehicle transport business looking for a new solution to help their fleet manage transport safety and stay in line with the rules and regulations for the transport industry of the United States of America will be able to stop looking sometime in the fall. Qualcomm has announced that it will be offering the car transporter out on the transport roads and highways of the United States a new cost-effective solution at this time called the Mobile Computing Platform 50 (MCP 50). The Mobile Computing Platform 50 will offer transport firms applications and features designed and engineered to help fleets monitor and manage staying in line with all of the transport rules and regulations in place, while at the same time decreasing the cost of keeping transport services safe and operating in an efficient and reliable way, according to Qualcomm.

Including features to help keep track of Hours of Service, an electronic on board recorder that has been designated okay for drivers to use by the United States Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, and a CSA Safety Performance to help auto shipping firms manage performance under the new SMS scoring methodology. In addition to critical event reporting, dashboards to keep track and improve driver performance, on board navigation systems, and an analytics manager to provide information on operational performance in easy-to-use dashboards, graphs and tables.

Transport fleets that want to have a look at Qualcomm's new solution for fleet management of transport safety and regulatory compliance should contact the company directly, sometime in the fall, or stop by a dealer of CB radios at the appropriate time to see what they have on hand.

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