Ashavi Global

Electronic Logging DeviceAshavi Global Ashavi Global
Model NumberASHT01
Software Version1.0

Model Information

Data Transfer Methods1. Transfer via email to FMCSA’s ELD email address. NOTE: Email transfers will only be used to transfer ELD data via FMCSA’s ELD email address, not directly to a roadside inspector. 2. Using the S/MIME standard, the email will be encrypted using at a minimum the AES-256 algorithm and FMCSA ELD public key. The message will be signed using the manufacturer’s private key. 3. Once transmitted to FMCSA: o Email will be decrypted. o Signature will be validated using the manufacturer’s public key. o ELD file will be validated. 4. A reply is sent to “From” address indicating success or providing a list of errors. Step-by-step instructions for a driver 1. Driver need to click on request log on Home Screen 2. Driver will entre Fax number or Email address provided by roadside inspector. 3. Once driver click on send logs, the logs will be sent to fax or email provided within 5 minutes. Transferring data via Bluetooth The driver’s/motor carrier’s ELD will have to use the safety official’s internet connection to transfer data. The internet connection between the ELD and the safety official will be limited and can only be used for the purpose of transferring the ELD data via the web service. During Bluetooth data transfer, the driver/motor carrier will make the ELD discoverable. Once the ELD detects the safety official’s laptop, the safety official will provide the driver/motor carrier with a Bluetooth code to enter into the ELD and confirm Bluetooth connectivity between the safety official’s laptop and the ELD. Once the connection between the safety official’s laptop and the ELD has been confirmed, the safety official will provide the driver/motor carrier with the safety official’s unique code, and the driver/motor carrier will transfer the ELD data to web services for the safety official to retrieve. Transferring data via web service The authorized safety official will give the driver a routing code to assist the official in locating the data once transmitted, and the driver will initiate a web transfer to an FMCSA server to be retrieved by the safety official’s software. Transferring data via usb 2.0 An authorized safety official will have to provide a secure USB device to allow the driver to electronically transfer data from the ELD to the official. The driver will return the USB device to the safety official, who will transfer the data to a computing device.
Malfunction Notes• Power compliance malfunction: In this instance an ELD is not powered for “an aggregated in-motion driving time of 30 minutes or more” during a 24-hour period across all drivers. • Engine synchronization compliance malfunction: This failure occurs when ECM connectivity to any required data source such as engine power status, miles driven, engine hour, etc., is lost for more than 30 minutes during a 24-hour period aggregated across all drivers. • Time compliance malfunction: An ELD that is unable to meet the “underlying compliance requirement to record Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), where ELD time must be synchronized with UTC, not to exceed an absolute deviation of 10 minutes at any time.” • Positioning compliance malfunction: This occurs when the ELD is unable to obtain a valid position measurement within five miles of the truck moving and during a 60 minute period. • Data recording compliance malfunction: This happens when the ELD can’t record or retain events or can’t retrieve recorded logs that aren’t kept remotely. • Data transfer compliance malfunction: This failure occurs if the operation of the data transfer mechanism is in the unconfirmed data transfer mode during three consecutive monitoring checks If the driver notices a malfunction, he or she must provide written notice of the malfunction to the carrier within 24 hours. They also must reconstruct the record of duty status (RODS) for the current 24-hour period and the previous 7 consecutive days, and record the data on graph-grid paper logs. The driver must continue to prepare RODS until the ELD is back in compliance.
Certifying StatementThis is to certify that the design of the Ashavi Global Hours of Service driver logs application has been sufficiently tested to meet the requirement stated in section 49 CFR 395.15 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations as prescribed by the United States Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act. The sevice may be used to record, transmit, and store all hours of service information required by the Department of Transportation insection 49 CFR 395.15.

Company Information

ManufacturerAshavi Global
Contact Email[email protected]
Contact Phone Number18006761244
Address139 Devon Road Unit 3, Brampton/ Ontario/ L6T 5L8

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