This document describes the enhancement to the HOS feature of software version CA1023R for the mobile application server (MAS). These release notes are, in effect, an addendum to the CA1020R release. For more information on the 10xx release, refer to the CA1020R release notes.
The software version CA1023R release supports MCN CV90-JB424-100 and higher.
The software version CA1023R is composed of the following software:
- PAPI: 50.10.00
- VIOP: 50.09.05
- ALK: 188.8.131.520
Most upgrades are done over-the-air.
Compatibility with Windows CE Operating System (OS) LT0033 or higher.
|Note: OS LT0038 or higher is required for the scanning feature.|
Hours of Service BOT Calculation
Direction from the FMCSA states that when a threshold option is used to determine BOT, the beginning of Drive Time must revert back to when the wheels started moving. As a result, no matter what setting the carrier determines as their “BOT distance threshold,” either the .7 mile default or any other between 0.0 and 2.0 miles, when the threshold is broken the beginning of Drive Time will revert back to when the wheels started moving. This also applies when setting a speed threshold.
Due to the different release schedules for our MCP50, MCP100, MCP110, and MCP200 mobile releases and the next HOS web application (host) release, the possibility exists that the HOS clock may differ between the web application and mobile for our Canadian customers. This was a known issue and will be resolved when the HOS web application (host) was released in June 2015.