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Tachograph Analysis

Oyster's sister company Tachographics has been analysing tacho charts since 1991. With the introduction of the electronic tacho we now provide a service for both. This coupled with our excellent reports provide the Transport Manager all the information that is required to access thier fleet performance with regards to the law.

Furthermore, we have a detailed analysis process (Accident Reports) which can determine the outcome of accident through the use of the charts. Forsensic Analysis providing minute by minute account of the time leading up to the accident could be vital to determine the outcome of any legal proceedings.

In addition to the standard chart analysis service we can produce detailed management reports to montior performance of drivers and veheciles and calculate cost centers for quotation.

Oyster bureau analysis provides a quality and personal service carried out by highly trained tachograph experts reporting on all tachograph faults and legislative infringements, ensuring you are being compliant with the law. Whether you have vehicles that operate on analogue, digital or logbooks/sheets we can analyse them all. Working with Oyster guarantees you a quality service and rapid turnaround, with no set-up fees and no hidden charges. You can also be assured of all of the back-up and support you might need, from a company who is at the forefront of technological advancement.

The Process

  • Charts are received and sorted into driver and date order.
  • The analyst will then access our program and build a schedule for the period required.
  • The centre field data is then entered into the system by the analyst and the chart is then scanned using a high density infrared scanner.
  • The start and finish time are cross referenced by the analyst to ensure the chart has been read accurately.
  • The modes are then scrutinised and cross referenced by the analyst to ensure the chart has been read accurately.
  • The analyst will then check beyond the mode trace and count the distance trace and check the speed trace to detect any tamperings and/or interference.
  • The next stage is to run through the data and issue the infringements always cross referencing the data on the screen with the physical chart to ensure accuracy.
  • This is then saved and the whole process is repeated until all the charts are completed.
  • Once all the charts are scanned and checked the schedule is then complied and completed.
  • The next stage is to build a vehicle analysis report to check on large amounts of missing miles and possible overlaps or human errors such as a driver entering the wrong registration.
  • Any errors will then be logged, identified and corrected.
  • The analyst will then build an analysis report and check week by week for each driver and any infringements or inconsistencies are investigated individually and required action is taken.
  • The analyst will then build the working time directive reports required to cover the span of that schedule.
  • The reports are then compiled and converted to enable printing.
  • All processed charts are returned to the customer with the analysis reports.