Intelligent Imaging Systems rebranded as Drivewyze Infrastructure Services

Intelligent Imaging Systems rebranded as Drivewyze Infrastructure Services

Intelligent Imaging Systems (IIS), a transportation safety technology integrator for transportation and law enforcement agencies across North America, is now operating under the Drivewyze brand as Drivewyze Infrastructure Services. According to Brian Heath, CEO of Drivewyze, while there is a change in name, there will be no change in the company’s commitment to developing the industry’s most advanced commercial motor vehicle safety and security solutions.

Drivewyze fleet and driver-facing software solutions were built upon the foundation created by IIS.

“With Safety+, we offer proactive driver coaching to deliver safer driving behaviors before critical safety events arise,” Heath said. “With our e-Inspection pilot growing every day, we are streamlining the traditional roadside inspection process like never before.”

Heath said the name Drivewyze is becoming synonymous with commercial truck safety and sustainability. “From the start,” he said, “IIS helped states modernize roadside enforcement with high-performance cameras to dynamically capture vehicle information, as well as infrared sensors to instantly assess brake performance. We developed sensors, machine vision systems, and weigh station integration software to automate traditional manual processes and take the guesswork out of roadside operations.”

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