Click! It’s the sound of safety. As soon as the driver pulls the door closed, the seat belt should be buckled. It should be automatic, a habit of muscle memory built over time, especially with highly trained commercial drivers. But it’s not automatic. A recent study by Verizon Connect indicated that more than 10% of
A look at the increased visibility that camera visions systems can offer.
64 percent of truck drivers who lost their lives in accidents were not utilizing seat belts.
The displays work with both CVBS and AHD camera inputs.
Cameras are providing context to situations where fingers are too often pointed at commercial drivers.
CarriersEdge and Netradyne have say they have partnered to enhance driver training and safety measures.
Safe Fleet’s new products include MobileMule AI, Air Vue, and FoldPro Shelving.
The proprietary digital service provides a layer of safety for users by recording safety events, such as active braking and roll stability.
We are on the move towards fully autonomous operations. What technologies are making it happen?
ERoad recently announced the launch of Clarity Get, an expansion on the ERoad dashcam video telematics solution, Clarity Solo. Clarity Get allows fleets to view video clips that are important to your operation, as well as historical video footage from MyEROAD, a cloud-based fleet management platform or mobile application. EROAD Clarity Get combines HD video, GPS tracking
Rand McNally, recently announced the expansion of its Rand Platform into additional field service markets. The API-first platform, which already counts Toyota, Avis, and Aramex as customers, has several new offerings tailored for field service customers, from small to large fleets, from construction companies to oil, gas, and mining operations. With a number of automated features that