ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Continental, a global supplier of systems, components and tires to automobile and truck manufacturers, and the manufacturer of the VDO RoadLog Electronic Logging Device, said Thursday its VDO RoadLog Office Solo ELD software is now compatible with Apple computers and laptops.
VDO RoadLog Solo customers can now perform USB key synchronization on modern Apple computers and laptops having macOS Sierra (version 10.12 or higher), Apple Computer’s Mac OS X operating system for Macintosh desktop, laptop and server computers.
The customer’s computer or laptop must also have an available USB port and broadband internet access.
VDO RoadLog Office Advanced and Premium continue to be available on almost any machine running the latest version of a major web browser with internet access, according to Jay McCarthy, VDO RoadLog marketing manager.
“We are happy to be able to offer this new Apple compatibility to our customers,” McCaarthy said. “Many owner operators and fleets are interested in synchronization to Apple computers and laptops, and we are now able to offer an easy way for them to connect these devices. For those who may be using other ELDs, this is yet another reason to make the switch to the VDO RoadLog ELD solution.”
More information about the VDO RoadLog Office Solo ELD software and its compatibility with Apple computers and laptops as well as pricing and payment options on VDO RoadLog products, can be found at www.vdoroadlog.com.
VDO RoadLog ELD is offered without monthly fees for basic services.
For owner-operators and fleets who want advanced features, VDO RoadLog ELD Plus adds cellular connectivity for text-based messaging, driver monitoring, remote load and trip management, and enhanced fleet management capabilities for an affordable monthly fee per vehicle.
Continental employs more than 244,000 people in 61 countries and markets.