Rugged, Driver-Friendly Tablet
Engineered to withstand the rigors of trucking, ISAAC’s tablet withstands vibration and extreme temperatures for reliable performance. It features intuitive software presenting a clear, step-by-step workflow that facilitates the driver’s workday by saving them time and streamlining their operations.
Custom-Built Docking Station
The ISAAC tablet dock keeps the tablet fully charged and securely fixed to the dashboard. Rugged by design, it is installed in a location to minimize distraction while providing drivers with the information they need at a glance.
Hear Everything Loud and Clear
To make sure drivers don’t miss a thing, our modular speaker delivers important voice messages loud and clear over the truck’s ambient noise. With a sleek design, it blends in with the tablet dock and features an easy volume control for drivers to adjust at will.
All-in-One Camera System
With ISAAC InView cameras, drivers gain an ally on the road with camera coverage from all angles, providing critical footage of road incidents. This can be game-changing for providing proof in no-fault incidents and avoiding nuclear verdicts. This same footage is also invaluable for driver coaching and promoting safer driving practices.
Stay Connected and Informed
The ISAAC InMetrics communication gateway offers reliable wireless connectivity for uninterrupted communication between drivers and dispatchers. Laboratory tested to withstand the realities of trucking, it ensures consistent data collection and transmission, and up-to-date information both inside the cab and in the office—all critical elements for efficient operations on the road.
Why ISAAC versus Consumer-Grade Tablets?
Commercial tablets are unreliable in extreme weather conditions and increase safety risks. ISAAC’s tablet is designed to offer drivers reliability and ease of use, as well as smooth operations for carriers. Various factors come into play when choosing a device for your drivers.
Stability & support
Your device must withstand extreme conditions to be reliable and offer constant connectivity. Having support available for any issues with operating system updates is also important.
You need to take into account data transmission costs, and the cost of managing different models of connection ports and chargers, as well as constant battery maintenance.
Tablets not designed for extreme conditions last a fraction of their expected lifespan—typically 3 to 4 years versus the expected 10. Replacements will be more frequent and costly than anticipated.
Commercial tablets come with apps that encourage driver distraction and unsafe driving. ISAAC focuses on safety with a trucking-focused device, and allows adding fleet-approved apps.
“We went to a mobile platform option and bought our own tablets, which was a nightmare to manage! The data costs, IT issues and lack of combined support caused us to search for a provider again. The ISAAC tablet mobile platform is optimal for our needs. We can take it on the go, and we aren't responsible for a separate program or contract for the tablet.”
Director of Safety, Peters Brothers Trucking
“When we first went to consumer-grade tablets, we expected them to last about 10 years in service. But we discovered that three to four years is the life expectancy in the field. With ISAAC, we don't have drivers calling in saying they can't access the tablet, or that it's rebooting, or they're locked out anymore. We've finally got a solution that flat-out works.”
Director of Operations, Heartland Express
“We tried to […] use consumer-grade tablets. They weren't working when we needed them to, and cell coverage was spotty when they were working. The consumer-grade tablets just weren't reliable. I don't think we've had a single ISAAC device fail and our cellular coverage issues have disappeared. Our drivers are now all on the same network, using the same system. They're now able to do everything over the air, so it's been the perfect solution for us.”
Director of Information Technology, Veltri Inc.