The latest upgrade to Konexial's My20 Tower is an enterprise-grade fleet management system based on My20 ELD next-generation telematics technology. Designed specifically for fleet managers, My20 Tower contains everything needed to meet FMCSA electronic logging device compliance, while receiving real-time data on all trucks and drivers on the road. It also uses ELD data to enable dynamic load matching. This, says Konexial CEO, Ken Evans, "provides opportunities to utilize all freight assets and dramatically increase earning potential for the entire fleet.
"Before this latest release, we spoke to the thousands of drivers in our network to make sure we were making improvements that they cared about," said Evans. "We found that more actionable analysis of both ELD and safety data continued to be important, but also some cosmetic features like Dark Mode and Dynamic Capacity Bubbles were near the top of the list as well."
The My20 Tower calculates a driver’s dynamic capacity based on the hours of service, location and truckload availability—data automatically logged by the My20 ELD—and matches the fleet’s trucks with available loads.
The 2019 version of Konexial’s My20 Tower features:
- Vehicle Safety Dashboards: Providing analysis of driving issues including braking and cornering too hard, or accelerating too fast, creating feedback/coaching opportunities to correct habits and prevent future equipment/accident issues.
- Mobile Document Dispatch: Mobile transmit of documents including scale tickets, accident reports and bill of lading for quick reference and communication.
- Dynamic Capacity Bubbles: A visual representation of location, current hours-of-service and truckload availability of every driver in a fleet on a mapping screen.
- Dark Mode Capability :For better readability as fleet managers sift through available opportunities and up-to-the minute ELD, asset and truckload data.
- Instant Trucking Rates: Up-to-the-Minute trucking rates listed all on one screen for quick reference.
The bigger the fleet gets, the bigger the investment, so the more information they require, says Evans.
"The enterprise upgrade puts us in a good position now for consideration by fleets that are going to have to replace their legacy suppliers this year," he said. "We think that about 80% of the trucks on the road will have to upgrade this year from AOBRD-capable systems to ELDs. The majority of those are not over-the-air upgradable."