ULS first appointed FLEETSense back in 2016 to start the initial installation of the Webfleet Solutions Vehicle Tracking system with connectivity to Tachograph on a small number of their vehicles. Since then a total of 49 vehicles have been connected to the WEBFLEET platform.
The increased visibility of their assets that this new hi-tech system provides, has greatly improved their operational efficiencies. ULS are now able to accurately track their drivers and deliveries.
Furthermore, the Webfleet Solutions platform allowed for easy integration with the Amazon operating system. As a result, Amazon operators are able access the ULS tracking software via the IPA, allowing them to check where
everything is within the transport cycle.
Digitalisation of each driver’s Tachograph information was achieved via connectivity of their cards to the WEBFLEET software. The ICanProve.IT camera system was installed to allow ULS to record and evidence deliveries as well as provide proof whenever an incident occurs with one of the vehicles. This unique system is very similar to the Durite System
and could also be integrated with the existing WEBFLEET software – keeping everything within one and the same operating interface.
To meet the TfL DVS regulations, FLEETSense drew up a list of ULS’s 12T+ HGVs that required additional ‘Safe System’ equipment and installed the required hardware: a 7” monitor, a nearside camera, a side protection system, a left turn
audible alarm and warning signs. With the installation confirmed, ULS were able to continue their deliveries into London and apply for the DVS Safety Permits as soon as the installation was completed.
“The have access to all this information in one easy to use operating systemhas really simplified our fleet operations and record keeping. It has created a virtually paperless workflow and put a stop to many time consuming manual
tasks that used to be in place,” says Jamie