CarriersEdge adds Netradyne’s AI truck safety platform to training system

CarriersEdge adds Netradyne’s AI truck safety platform to training system

CarriersEdge and Netradyne have say they have partnered to enhance driver training and safety measures.

CarriersEdge has integrated Netradyne’s Driver•i with the CarriersEdge online training automation system, which the companies say allows Netradyne customers to automatically assign and track required CarriersEdge safety and compliance training courses based on events and behaviors captured by the Driver•i device.

Netradyne’s Driver•i is a vision-based fleet safety camera platform built to reinforce good driving behavior, the company notes. The companies say this integration will allow fleets to better simplify training practices and improve driving behavior. Administrators can create as many rules as needed, specify the type of driving behavior, and set trigger thresholds and periods. The integrated solution allows for cascading levels of training intervention based on the number and frequency of driver events. Rules are fleet configurable and can be changed at any time. In addition, the CarriersEdge platform documents training and coaching.

CarriersEdge says it offers access to nearly 200 interactive online driver training modules through its monthly subscription package and provides management and reporting functions through its platform. According to CarriersEdge, training courses are offered as full-length orientation, shorter refresher, and remedial titles, and as standalone knowledge tests.

According to Jane Jazrawy, chief executive officer, CarriersEdge, assignments can be a combination of content including classroom, online courses, surveys, and policy documents. Once drivers complete the assignments, details are mailed directly to administrators and managers, providing updates on training scores, and completion status.

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