Indentifying drivers

Indentifying drivers

Drivers are identified by an "identification chip". Once the chip is activated, a driver attaches it to a reader inside his or her vehicle, from where information is transferred to the mobile unit. The mobile unit "knows" from data on the chip which driver got into a vehicle and started the engine. This information is then sent to the WEBDISPATCHING server together with all other data.

A driver can have several identification chips, for example, to distinguish between different types of trips or jobs.

The identification chip can also be used to keep a vehicle secure. The mobile unit can be set so that the vehicle cannot be started normally without the right identification chip. If the engine is started anyway or if the vehicle begins moving, the mobile unit will transmit an alarm signal.