NEW: The VDO Fine Catalogue analyzes the risk of being penalized for violating driving and rest times. For this purpose, all archived tachograph data is automatically checked for compliance with the European regulation on driving and rest times as well as national working time laws.
The software combines the data from the tachograph with the type of infringement and the respective, country-specific amount of the fine. In this way, fleet managers can determine the current risk of fines after each data download from the driver card or mass memory. They not only get an overview about the overall financial risk on the dashboard. The risk can also be quantified for individual drivers. This creates maximal awareness on the need to learn how to reduce/eliminate future infringements.
The scorecards not only provide fleet managers with an overview of infringements for their fleet as a whole, but also issue automatic warnings above certain thresholds. These are based on the classification of EU Regulation 2016/403. Infringements are exchanged between EU member states with the ERRU messaging system. Scorecards gives you full transparency about your levels of serious infringements and helps you to avoid national legal action that can lead to the loss of your community license. According to EU Regulation 2016/403, national legal action can be initiated if 3 serious infringements per driver per year are exceeded. In some cases, EU member states have applied even stricter rules and limits.
The VDO Fleet Scorecards (ERRU) always access the current database of the past 52 weeks. With the fleet and driver view, you'll know immediately which are the most common violations and which drivers have the most urgent training needs.
You can find out more about ERRU, the EU's new criminal record, and how you can most effectively prevent sanctions in our whitepaper, which you can download free of charge.
With these products, depending on your individual infrastructure, you can transfer data from your tachograph to TIS-Web® DMM 5.0.