Aperia Technologies introduces virtual training infrastructure

Aperia Technologies introduces virtual training infrastructure

Aperia Technologies Inc. has introduced a virtual training and support platform for use when in-person training and support is not possible.

“The demands on the trucking industry to move goods urgently across the country are significant, downtime is more costly than ever, yet in-person training and support is challenging with social distancing and shelter-in-place orders in place,” said Josh Carter, chief executive officer of Aperia Technologies. “We recognize the critical role we play in providing the trucking industry with our products, services, and expertise during this crucial time, so we launched a virtual training platform to ensure uninterrupted support.”

The training platform features product, maintenance, and tire pressure dynamics modules, as well as recommended learning paths and a certification program, the company says.

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