Motive, Platform Science partner to enhance fleet safety

Motive, Platform Science partner to enhance fleet safety

Through this partnership, Motive becomes an approved vendor for safety solutions on the Platform Science Marketplace.

Motive and Platform Science recently formed a strategic partnership, with Motive becoming an approved vendor for safety solutions on the Platform Science Marketplace. 

Through this partnership, mutual customers of the two companies will have access to safety data from their Motive AI-powered dash cams directly inside the Platform Science platform. Motive’s AI-powered dash cams store recordings for up to 104 hours and can recall video for any specific location or vehicle in a fleet during that time. The companies say that this new partnership creates faster, more complete visibility for fleets that struggle with fragmented data and disruptions when switching from one solution to another, especially during safety incidents.

Under the heading “Why we partnered with Platform Science,” Motive gave the following explanation in a recent press release: “Motive’s AI-powered safety solution enhances fleet safety and can help businesses increase revenue, cut costs, and drive success. In addition, through the Motive integration, companies can see and manage safety-related incidents for improved safety and increased efficiency.”

“Improving how the trucking industry operates isn’t the purview of a single company or sector. It’s about the wider ecosystem developing solutions that drive it forward,” said Drew Quinlan, vice president of business development at Motive. “Our integration with Platform Science means carriers can use more high-quality data to create better outcomes for the whole industry and the wider supply chain.”

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