Link Type: Human Interface

Fleet and Freight Management Center --> Fleet-Freight Manager:
fleet status

Definitions

fleet status (Information Flow): This flow represents the visual or auditory interface with ITS equipment containing fleet status information including enrollment status, safety status including inspection summaries, detailed inspection reports, and safety ratings, routing information, current vehicle information, and emergency information.

Fleet and Freight Management Center (Source Physical Object): The 'Fleet and Freight Management Center' provides the capability for commercial drivers and fleet-freight managers to receive real-time routing information and access databases containing vehicle and/or freight equipment locations as well as carrier, vehicle, freight equipment and driver information. The 'Fleet and Freight Management Center' also provides the capability for fleet managers to monitor the safety and security of their commercial vehicle drivers and fleet.

Fleet-Freight Manager (Destination Physical Object): The 'Fleet-Freight Manager' represents the people that are responsible for the dispatching and management of Commercial Vehicle fleets (e.g. traditional Fleet Managers) and Freight Equipment assets. It may be many people in a large tracking organization or a single person (owner driver) in the case of single vehicle fleets. The Fleet-Freight Manager provides instructions and coordination for Commercial Vehicles and Freight Equipment and receives the status of the vehicles and freight equipment in the fleet that they manage.

Communication Solutions

No communications solutions identified.

Characteristics

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Security

Information Flow Security
  Confidentiality Integrity Availability
Rating Moderate High High
Basis Commercial Vehicle Operations human interfaces should not be casually viewable for competitive and physical security reasons. Backoffice operations flows should generally be correct and available as these are the primary interface between operators and system. Backoffice operations flows should generally be correct and available as these are the primary interface between operators and system.


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