In Part One, we looked at the mandates and best practices for dealing with them. In Part Two, we explore what value-add use cases we are seeing adopted. Here in Part Three, we discuss the characteristics to look for in an ELD solution.
To implement the use cases described in Part Two and gain the value discussed there, it is important to select the right ELD solution. This requires assessing not only the device itself, but also the software platform, driver app, other value-add applications and services, and key characteristics of the solution provider. We start with the platform characteristics first, as these are key and are one way to narrow the field quickly.