Drivers' working time analysis and control
TachoScan - system used for downloading, archiving and comprehensive analysis of data from record sheets, driver cards and digital tachographs. By using latest versions of the software you can be certain that you work in accordance with the current applicable regulations. Analysis of the drivers' working time, regardless of whether carried out on the territory of the Republic of Poland or in Germany, will be compliant with the current standards and statutory requirements.
Why TachoScan ?
Downloading, archiving and easy data analysis enable simple creation of documentation required during inspection
Working with the best
The infringements algorithm used by over 38 law enforcement agencies in 20 European countries ensures that the infringement control is compliant with the latest legal regulations
Reports and analysis
Clear reports for the manager and the driver
Automatic search for periods that require the submission of activity
The possibility of calculating minimum wages in Germany, France, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, including for collective agreements
Analysis of infringements
Drivers’ infringements are displayed in a clear form with the possibility of verification on daily, weekly, monthly charts and with the possibility of editing driver mistakes (e.g. selector errors). Verified infringements can be printed in a form that is clear for the driver and the person managing company. Each report can be saved in other formats, e.g. PDF. Detailed reports contain a description of each driver’s work week together with an indication of infringements. Algorithms of infringements are identical to those used in control software of the majority of inspection authorities throughout Europe. The algorithm is constantly updated whenever new regulations or guidelines appear.
The most frequently detected infringements:
- Exceeding the uninterrupted driving time, exceeding the daily driving time and exceeding the driving time over one or two weeks
• Reduction of the daily rest period along with automatic analysis of the crew day, rests taken in two parts and interrupted rest periods taken on the ferry or on the train
• Shortening the weekly rest period together with automatic analysis of weekly regular and shortened rests over two weeks, verification of 6 or 12 24-hour periods between the rests and automatic verification of compensation for shortened weekly rests
• Automatic verification of derogation 6c described in art. 8 of the AETR agreement regarding taking weekly rest periods when driving in a crew
• No country code at the beginning and end of the driver’s daily work period (in accordance with Article 34, item 7, of Regulation 165/2014)
What TachoScan gives?
presents the dates of last readings from drivers’ cards or digital tachographs and recommended dates of next readings generated on the basis of program settings.
displays a list of files / readings that have been downloaded to the program. Readings that have an incorrect certificate or readings for which the number of days from the previous reading is greater than 28 days (for the driver card) or 90 days (for the tachograph) are be marked in red.
is a statement of the no driving attestations that were issued for the driver over any period of time.
presents infringements to regulation 561/2006 (standards for driving and rest periods) and Directive 2002/15/EC. In this report, the software also presents infringements of not recording activities on the driver card (no periods of data on the driver card) and infringements of not entering the start or end country code. In addition to these infringements, the software also presents situations in which the card was inserted into the tachograph for an uninterrupted rest period of at least 45 hours.
presents the average number of very serious infringements, which is calculated on the basis of the Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/403 Annex II together with the list of drivers an the list of infringements committed.
is divided into several parts. The first part displays a list of driver infringements along with the level of the offense. The infringement level (MI, SI, VSI and MSI) is displayed in accordance with EU regulation 2016/40. In the next section, the report is divided into parts equivalent to subsequent weeks. Within each part, a weekly and two weeks driving time (for the current and the previous week) is displayed with comments on possible cases of exceeding the standards and driving time available in the next week. Below, information on weekly rest periods is displayed: the time the rest was taken and its duration, possible reduction and compensation, then the number of days between the previous and the current weekly rest period. Within a given week, for each day, the daily driving time control, the maximum rest time and the daily rest period taken by the selected driver are presented. In addition, comments on these times are entered, stating the compliance with Regulation (EEC) No. 561. The division into the day is done according to the provisions of the laws.