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Made-in-Waterloo Tech Disrupting Trucking and Logistics

January 09, 2018

The Waterloo startup BigRoad developed the software and hardware for electronic logs that automatically track a driver's hours behind the wheel. Electronic logs became mandatory in the U.S. last month, and Canada will soon follow suit. Connected directly to a transport truck's engine, the devices automatically keep accurate counts of a driver's hours of operation.

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BigRoad Now Connecting Drivers to Loads Through ELD

December 18, 2017

With truck drivers across the country being required to have electronic logging devices in their vehicles as of Dec. 18, some have complained about the move to electronic recording of hours when paper logs work just fine. For BigRoad CEO Tony Lourakis, the rule presented an opportunity.

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ELDs Pulling Double Duty for California-Based Motor Carriers

December 06, 2017

On Thursday, Nov. 30, Paul Hamilton held a meeting at CalFreight to discuss how data from electronic logging devices (ELDs) could be used to ensure compliance with California wage and labor laws.

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BigRoad Launches All-in-One Freight Platform

November 28, 2017

BigRoad, a division of Fleet Complete, is launching a new all-in-one freight management platform for fleets and owner-operators called BigRoad Freight, a load matching service combined with an electronic logging device (ELD) via a single mobile phone application.

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Frost & Sullivan Announces BigRoad Has Won the 2017 North American Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Customer Value Leadership Award

November 28, 2017

Based on an in-depth analysis of the electronic logging device (ELD) market, Frost & Sullivan has identified BigRoad as the best ELD solution provider in the market and awarded us the 2017 North American Customer Value Leadership Award for our DashLink ELD. 

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ELDs Must Be Registered at FMCSA, Official Reminds Safety Inspectors

August 22, 2017

Electronic logging devices need to be registered with the federal trucking regulatory agency in order to be valid, an agency official reminded law enforcement officials on Aug. 9, 2017 at the North American Inspectors Championship, hosted by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance.

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