Physical Object: Commercial Vehicle OBE
CV Driver Work Records
'CV Driver Work Records' monitors the commercial vehicle driver's working hours and hours of rest. It is physical connected with the commercial vehicle to automate data collection. It provides the capability for the driver to verify and annotate the collected records and makes such records securely available to the carrier and safety officials. The device or devices associated with this functional object and associated cloud services that facilitate communications are frequently provided by third party service providers.
This functional object is included in the "Commercial Vehicle OBE" physical object.
This functional object is included in the following service packages:
This functional object is mapped to the following Functional View PSpecs:
- 2.4.10: Communicate Commercial Vehicle On-board Data to Service Provider
- 2.4.2: Collect On-board Commercial Vehicle Sensor Data
- 2.4.3: Analyze Commercial Vehicle On-board Data
- 2.4.4: Provide Commercial Vehicle Driver Interface
- 2.4.5: Communicate Commercial Vehicle On-board Data to Vehicle Manager
- 2.4.6: Provide Commercial Vehicle On-board Data Store Interface
- 2.4.7: Manage CV On-board Data
|The vehicle shall send driver logs to commercial vehicle service providers.
|The vehicle shall accept work and rest inputs from the commercial vehicle driver in order to develop an electronic driver activity log.
|The commercial vehicle shall accept updates and annotations to the electronic driver log from the motor carrier.
|The commercial vehicle shall accept annotations to the electronic driver activity log from the commercial vehicle inspector.
|The commercial vehicle shall provide driver log information to the roadside inspector, including at minimum hours of service information.
|The commercial vehicle shall accept information to be use to populate the driver log, including vehicle operating times, from the commercial vehicle platform.
Currently, there are no standards associated with the functional object itself though the interfaces may have standards associated with them.