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The key to digital tachograph compliance - visit FTA on Stand 5041, Hall 5 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 April 2007

The Freight Transport Association features the latest advances in tachograph analysis at this year’s CV Show as well as providing visitors with a range of free briefings on the changes to EU drivers’ hours regulations, digital tachographs and the new VOSA Operator and Compliance Risk Score (OCRS).

FTA’s exciting range of digital tachograph analysis services and equipment will be available, including two key new pieces of kit. A new Combined Download Device tool combines the functions of the Driver Card Reader and the Vehicle Unit Download Device in the same equipment. Data is stored on a memory card which can then be simply transferred to a transport office pc providing a flexible solution.

Using mobile phone technology, FTA’s new and unique Digital Data Postbox Lite provides a cost effective facility for the easy transfer of driver card data from non-manned transport offices. This wireless equipment requires no link with IT systems and is the ideal driver card upload service. The Postbox Lite provides a small and economic solution to the need to transfer material from remote locations for storage and analysis.

Briefings on current compliance issues have become an annual feature of FTA’s presence at the CV Show. This year FTA will provide free briefings on the changes to EU drivers’ hours regulations and the VOSA OCRS. FTA will be running up to five briefings on each day of the show in the Skills Zone, Hall 2, Stand 2044.

Visitors to the show will be encouraged to ‘have your say’ on FTA’s stand on three key legislative issues affecting the industry; longer, heavier vehicles, climate change and road pricing. FTA will be collecting the views of the industry on these issues and using them to campaign at local, regional, national, European and global levels.

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