The latest news about Pedigree Technologies, Cab-Mate devices, and the OneView platform.

Cab-Mate One PR launch

Meet the Cab-Mate One: Easiest Path to ELD Compliance — with a 10-Minute Install

Pedigree Technologies Launches Cab-Mate™ One, an Affordable, All-in-One, Quick-Install ELD with the Market’s Only Compliant Cab-to-Cab Transferable Device

FARGO, N.D.Cab-Mate™ One, the most recent addition to Pedigree Technologies’ ELD Chrome Solution, becomes the most affordable, easy to implement and manage, plug-and-play device with a 10-minute (or less) install, and enables movement from cab to cab. The cutting-edge Cab-Mate One is the third addition to the FMCSA-certified ELD Chrome solution, built on the award-winning OneView platform. Continue reading “Meet the Cab-Mate One: Easiest Path to ELD Compliance — with a 10-Minute Install”

CalAmp Partnership stock truck

New Partnership with Telematics Leader CalAmp

At Pedigree Technologies, this isn’t our first CalAmp partnership or collaboration. We’ve worked with the industry-respected CalAmp for much longer, but we are extremely proud to now announce that we are in a strategic partnership together. A pioneer in the telematics industry, CalAmp has recently announced the V-Series ELD, a three-part ELD bundle that offers HoS applications like those built on Pedigree Technologies’ OneView platform.

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Rep. Brian Babin

Proposed Delay to ELD Mandate Enforcement Fails

“U.S. Congressman Brian Babin of Texas speaking at the 2016 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).” | Photo by: Gage Skidmore

A little over month and a half after U.S. Representative Brian Babin from Texas introduced a last-minute, stand-alone bill that would delay the enforcement of the FMCSA’s ELD mandate, a related provision on a 2018 appropriations bill has died. On Wednesday, September 6, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on an amending measure that would have restricted DOT funding for enforcement, thereby delaying the enforcement date at least until the end of the 2018 fiscal year.

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