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Shows the content of digital tachograph files

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This program takes an ESM file, downloaded from a digital tachograph or a driver card (used in the European Union for trucks heavier than 3.5 tons), and converts it into human-readable form, either html or simple plaintext.

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  • read tachograph files according to EU legislation(named *.esm, *.ddd, *.tgd, *.add) in a GUI
  • convert tachograph files to HTML, XHTML or plaintext on the command line


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English, German, Spanish, Russian, Hungarian

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End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Command-line, Qt

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