A POWERFUL TOOL PROVIDING LIVE TRANSACTIONAL DATA
VWS Live® ?
VWS Live® is a powerful tool that has been developed to provide access to live transactional data. Until now, operators and business owners have had to rely on more manual and traditional methods of data capture, such as downloading to a memory card and physical retrieval, printing the data via an in cab or on site printer or integration with a third party telematics system.
Now, Vehicle Weighing Solutions are able to deliver live weighing and loading data in real time, to your chosen location. A secure portal is available to give visibility of relevant recorded data, depending on the type of weighing equipment fitted and the key parameters required by the operator.
From this portal, users can view the data in a real time environment, run retrospective reports on screen or export data in a useable format. The cloud based portal can allow access to multi-site operations but can also be configured to restrict access to users by permission level or area of responsibility. In addition to these options, an API has been developed, enabling VWS Live® data to be made accessible to third party applications, on request.
For axle bridge applications this includes:
Gross vehicle weight
Individual axle weight
Using Automatic Number Print Recognition (ANPR), our system is able to reliably identify vehicles as they approach the barrier and control access via our VWS Live® cloud based portal. The system enables users to create a white and black list; only granting access to approved vehicles. This system enables sites to enhance their security by recording vehicle movements and denying vehicle access that aren't expected. By recording vehicle movements in and out of the gate, businesses are also able to better account for on site personnel, thus enhancing duty of care and safety measures.
As the vehicle rolls over the axle bridge, the ANPR data is simultaneously captured. The VWS Live® system stores these records, which include individual axle weights, gross vehicle weight and draws attention to overloads, by exception.