The company's decision to adopt a video-based safety system was rooted in a desire to enhance safety and efficiency.
The Enlistics: Trucking platform collects applications, qualifies candidates and identifies success. It follows the launch of a similar product designed to help car dealerships fill sales positions.
Beyond installing ELDs, motor carriers will need to audit the accuracy of the information using supporting documents such as fuel purchases and dispatch data.
The new True Fuel Score presents a composite rating of fuel-wasting behaviors that combines Idling, Speeding and Engine Control scores.
U.S. Xpress brought a multi-disciplinary team together to tackle big challenges in fleet maintenance using business intelligence.
Atom uses the machine learning services in the Google Cloud platform to optimize vehicle routes and work orders. It also aggregates data on assets and resources with reporting tools.
Technology is lightening the workload for fleet safety managers to focus their time and resources on areas that have the biggest impact.
New technology is lightening the workload for fleet managers to focus more time and resources on the more serious offenders.
By integrating with the Geotab telematics platform, Route4Me optimizes multi-driver and multi-destination routes and Predictive Coach automatically delivers training based on driver behavior.
Nikola Motor Company has pulled the curtain off some information systems that will be included in its revolutionary truck.
Vnomics says fleets see their mpg improve by an average of nine percent in the first 12 months of deploying True Fuel and save $160 per truck per month in ...
SmartDrive Systems announced new add-ons within its video and safety intelligence platform that target high priority areas for fleets.
As fleets continue to capture more data on driver safety and compliance, the demand for automated risk management systems is growing.
A number of systems give drivers automated feedback through mobile devices, which include easy-to-understand scores and competitions to earn rewards and recognition.
A wearable Internet of Things system can interact with drivers if risky behaviors occur such as exceeding the posted speed limits or when they become distracted or fatigued.