Heavy Duty Trucking

AUG 2014

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www.truckinginfo.com AUGUST 2014 • HDT 99 Circle 130 on Reader Action Card Latest tech News Transflo updates scanning app P egasus TransTech is offering a new smartphone app designed to allow drivers to accept loads, update trip status, report accidents and claims, send/receive messages and delivery documents. Trans- flo Mobile+ gives carries the ability to send load information even when drivers are not in their truck. www.pegasustranstech.com Vigillo adds adjudicated CSA violations V igillo has partnered with U.S. Legal Services to add a new premium channel to its Athena business intelligence plat- form. The new channel will include data from U.S. Legal Services on adjudicated violations under CSA (the FMCSA's Compli- ance, Safety, Accountability enforcement program). www.vigillo.com Omnitracs moving to Dallas O mnitracs LLC announced it would relo- cate its corporate headquarters from San Diego to Dallas in early 2015. Omnitracs was acquired by Vista Equity Partners from San Diego-based Qualcomm last November and the relocation had been expected. In an interview earlier this year, Omnitracs CEO John K. Graham noted that, "we're still working in a Qualcomm build- ing." He also said that "most of our employ- ees are in Southern California, while most of our customers are east of the Rockies. We want to be closer to our customers." The company will retain its locations in San Diego and Baltimore for continued market presence. www.omnitracs.com Rand McNally integrates with Navistar diagnostics D iagnostic fault code data collected from Rand McNally in-cab fleet man- agement devices now integrate with Navistar's OnCommand Connection re- mote diagnostics system. The integration includes Rand McNally devices HD-100, TND 760, and TPC 7600. www.randmcnally.com Swing Transport selects Orbcomm trailer tracking S wing Transport, a logistics company headquartered in Salisbury, N.C., recently selected Orbcomm trailer tracking product for its fleet of 1,000 dry van trailers. Swing will install Orbcomm's GT1100 tracking device, a self-powered unit with solar recharging capabilities. Utilizing Orbcomm's analytics platform, loca- tion and sensor data from the tracking devices will be integrated with Swing's existing transportation management software from Birmingham, Ala.-based McLeod Software. www.orbcomm.com

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