MyEROAD ETA. Pick a destination: EROAD works out the arrival time

EROAD now enables customers to get an estimated time of arrival (ETA) for a delivery, based on the destination, route selected, live traffic conditions and vehicle weight type.

This much-requested feature needed a lot of research and new thinking to make it reliable. Being able to assess live traffic conditions and know which routes benefit different weight classes marks an enormous difference between MyEROAD ETA and the more pedestrian 'average time per distance' estimates given by consumer-level apps.

MyEROAD ETA lets customers:

  • make more accurate delivery times
  • choose 'close vehicles' based on realistic travel time, rather than superficial distance alone
  • reduce delays due to congestion, emergencies, uncommon detours and roadworks

To learn more about MyEROAD ETA, go here.

Violation Insights: Take a picture...

EROAD Day Logbook is now able to cross-reference and break down Insufficient Rest and Overwork stats into a series of graphs and charts. Customers are now able to assess their fleet's drivers in terms of daily, weekly or monthly trends, by driver or fleet/group, and a number of other metrics. 

For more information about EROAD Day Logbook, talk to your Key Account Manager or consult the online resources.

New API Integration framework for the future

EROAD has been busy re-factoring certain areas of our system, looking for ways we can improve scalability, customer experience and performance.

Our new Integrations service is available from within MyEROAD (previously called Depot). This new way of creating API gateways for yourself and your service partners provides better security and functionality.

Our legacy method of API key management and generation will be retired in 2022. We encourage all of our customers to start migrating their existing services to the new internal system at your earliest convenience.

To find out more about Integrations, go here.