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Omnitracs Intelligent Vehicle Gateway (IVG) DA1002R Release Notes

Hardware Requirements and Software Dependencies 

This firmware release supports the following and higher MCNs:

  • CV90-JC339-1xx, -2xx, -3xx
  • CA90-JE045-1xx, -2xx
  • CV90-JE045-1xx, -2xx
  • CA90-JC339-1xx, -2xx, -3xx

and is composed of the following software:

  • PAPI
  • VIOP 10.00
  • WEC2013 OS (OS 61)

Operating System 

  • 3G units (UAs 108000000 - 108499999) are compatible with the Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact operating system (WEC2013 OS) OS33 or higher. 
  • LTE units (UA 108500000 or higher) are compatible with the Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact operating system (WEC2013 OS) OS50 or higher.

Upgrade Procedures 

Most upgrades are done over-the-air. The IVG firmware is available for download on the Omnitracs Customer Portal (see the Installation and Troubleshooting Guide).

Features and Enhancements 

The following are new features or enhancements to existing features available in this release.

  • The IVG now supports Bendix camera Lane Departure Warnings (LDWs).
  • IVG users with an IVG connected to a TTID or TT210 device can now see Trailer ID information displayed in the main screen of the Trailer Tracks application (see Trailers tab > Settings > About Device). This means users can see which ID belongs to the trailer that is hooked up to the tractor.
  • The IVG now supports the new On Guard Plus collision mitigation system (CMS) that detects haptic and CMS Forward Collision Warning (FCW) events.


Work Item Number Description
OOTIS-23774 On occasion, drivers trying to launch Omnitracs Navigation got stuck on the "Please wait" screen as a result of over-the-air map download. This issue has been resolved.
OOTIS-22452 For some users, the unit would not boot up a few days after an OS43 USB stick upgrade. This issue has been resolved.

Those using a Brother PocketJet 722 printer sometimes found that the text became misaligned, resulting in printouts that did not fit on one page. This issue has been resolved.


If an ELD driver who was not in Driving status moved a vehicle at a speed lower than the 5 MPH ELD driving threshold, stopped the vehicle, and then manually changed the duty status within six minutes after stopping, the status was being backdated to the time the vehicle stopped, causing the driver to lose time.

The duty status is now time stamped with the current time and is not backdated.

OOTIS-25062 The DriveWyze icon is now always available to those who have DriveWyze enabled.
OHOS-18572 Some eRODS file transfers were failing because the file included negative engine hours. This issue has been resolved.


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