The mills in Brussels are grinding too slowly for 16 national, European transport associations. With the mobility package, they finally want to create clarity so that there are fairer conditions for truck drivers in Europe.
A new function in the TISLOG telematics software now better protects personnel and customers from infection during the delivery process. Smartphones and tablets have had a dubious reputation for the hygiene of their surfaces, not only since the Corona virus pandemic. The Android app of the TISLOG software for mobile order management has recently made it possible to perform a completely contactless delivery, including confirmation of receipt by signature, without touching surfaces, with a small change in the configuration. The driver can easily photograph the signature on paper using his smartphone or tablet.
While numerous citizens in Germany and other countries are currently mandated to stay at home, some professions are right at the frontline right now. Thanks to courageous and committed people, we can continue our civilian life despite restrictions even in this difficult time and we wish everyone who is currently working so hard that they stay strong and healthy!
The new 5G mobile communications standard is considered the key technology for building a digital society. The EU does not want to leave anything to chance. After all, the entire population could be spied on through cyber espionage. Correspondingly strict security measures should therefore be taken. This could also mean the end for Chinese manufacturers who are said to pass on data to the Chinese state.
The evening picture on the motorway service areas has not changed. Some of the trucks are in the exits and driveways because the drivers’ driving and resting times have expired. The reason for this is quickly found: there are not enough parking spaces.
According to the European Commission, the fifth generation of the 5G mobile communications standard should be well secured because it is systemically important.
Last spring, the European Commission and the European Parliament adopted a regulation favoring a WLAN standard for autonomous driving. The European Council, however, overturned the regulation.
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