American Trucking Associations Business Solutions Newsletter Features Drivewyze
Remember when dispatchers and truck drivers relied on hard-wired phones and CB radios to stay in touch? How times have changed with the advent of mobile phones over the last 20 years.
Drivewyze president Brian Heath offered American Trucking Associations members a look at how mobile phone technology has also changed weigh station bypass service in the December 2013 American Trucking Associations Business of Trucking newsletter.
“Our Drivewyze weigh station bypass services are a game changer for the trucking industry,” Heath said in the newsletter. “Traditional transponder technology – expensive poles with short distance radio transmitters – began more than 20 years ago and that’s akin to a hard-wired telephone. It was the only way you could do bypass back then. But today’s CMRS transponders do not require any roadside hardware to work and instead communicate using cellular data connectivity.”
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