Dashdoc x Trimble

Get your actual mileage profitability, CO2 emissions, waiting times, and truck position during transportation.

The problem?

In the transport industry, operators often have to use two main systems to manage their business: telematics tools and TMS.

Telematics provides a wealth of information, such as vehicle location, driving times, fuel consumption, etc.

The problem for transport companies is that these TMS and telematics systems are often poorly connected, resulting in significant loss of value.

Why connect Trimble with Dashdoc?

By connecting Trimble telematics with Dashdoc TMS, many opportunities are opened up, providing revenue gains, profitability tracking, and improved customer service.

This is a direct gain for the transport company that manages information in real-time by combining transport order data with actual vehicle execution data.

The data belongs to transport companies, and using it intelligently with connected systems enables them to save time and money.

What are the benefits of connecting Trimble and Dashdoc?

  • Revenue:

    The Trimble and Dashdoc connection allows for the automatic calculation of time spent at transport loading and delivery sites, with automatic detection of site arrivals/departures and hour recording. These on-site times can then be re-invoiced by transporters, used as levers during annual negotiations, or analyzed to determine whether to continue with a client if waiting times are affecting profitability.

  • Profitability management:

    Real kilometer profitability is the key success factor for transporters. By connecting Dashdoc and Trimble, the actual mileage covered on each transport can be precisely determined. Thus, the real kilometer revenue is calculated and provides the actual profitability per driver/client, etc.

  • Real-time tracking:

    Since the truck's position is displayed on each current mission on Dashdoc, operators can see where the vehicle is and what stage it's at in a single click.

    Estimated time of arrival: Taking into account the vehicle's position, route, and destination, the estimated time of arrival at the site can be calculated, providing valuable information for operators.

  • Real CO2 calculation:

    Cross-referencing merchandise and mission data with the vehicle and its consumption allows for the calculation of real CO2 emissions from the transport. Thus, as a transporter, the calculation of carbon impact is direct and automatic.

  • Customer service:

    By inviting a client on a transport, they too have access to valuable data for their business, such as the estimated time of arrival of the vehicle, the calculation of transport CO2 emissions, and the departure and arrival time statuses.


Trimble, is one of the leading international players in telematics solutions for fleet management, vehicle telematics and connected car services.


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