On the newest episode of the Fleet Future podcast, we’re talking tires–tire telematics, specifically. Aperia’s Josh Carter stops by to talk about what fleets can get if they invest in tire tracking and telematics, and the importance of proper tire pressure. Listen below, and catch up with past episodes of Fleet Future here.
After FMCSA’s recent revision to the rules, you may be wondering how the soon-to-be-implemented hours of service regulations will impact your trucks. If you’re a regional haul fleet, you’ll have more opportunities to run them, so what does this mean for the trucks’ lifecycles? To answer this, FE spoke with Jim Griffin, COO and CTO
Mike Branch, vice president of data and analytics at Geotab, joins the Fleet Future podcast to discuss how data can help fleets navigate their way through the Coronavirus crisis, and to continue to make smart decisions for their business beyond that. Listen below, and catch up with past episodes of the podcast here.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, trucking has, of course, been designated an essential service, and naturally truck maintenance followed suit. Today’s guest is Kevin Bangston, general manager of distribution network development for Daimler Trucks North America, who talked about how DTNA’s service network is providing for its customers, as well as some of
Chris Orban, vice president of data science for Trimble Transportation, stops by the Fleet Future podcast to talk about how telematics companies can help fleets during the Coronavirus pandemic, and to go over some of Trimble’s newest offerings such as Dispatch Advisor and video intelligence. Listen below, and find more episodes of the podcast here.
Despite everything that’s going on with the Coronavirus, trucks have had to keep running. And they rely on telematics to do that. In this episode I spoke with Sid Nair, head of product management and UX at Teletrac Navman, about the role of telematics providers in helping fleets through these times, and about other innovations
Fleets and OEMs will not be immune to the economic impacts of the current situation.
Fleet Equipment editors Alex Crissey, Jason Morgan and David Sickels discuss the state of the trucking industry during the current crisis, including which manufacturers have suspended production, freight market conditions and the need to keep telematics and service going as trucks continue to run their routes. Note: This episode was recorded on March 20, so
In the newest episode of the Fleet Future podcast, Alex Crissey and Jason Morgan recap the 2020 TMC Annual Meeting and Exhibition.
Beyond our recent cover story, here are a few more topics covered by Cooper’s Gary Schroeder and Phil Mosier.
FE’s Trend of the Year for 2019 is the new innovations and products being put forward by the trucking industry’s suppliers.
Kevin Baney, Kenworth general manager and PACCAR vice president, is interviewed in the latest edition of the Fleet Future podcast.