Gorilla Safety founders believe the system will be used by insurance companies to create usage based insurance (UBI) programs to more quickly reward fleets for their performance.
To date, drivers have earned 33,500 awards for completing the Safety and Health & Wellness modules in the expanding Drive Safe library, and total views are approximately 100,000.
The most visible feature is a new notification system called Active Alerts, which alerts personnel such as drivers, operators, fleet managers, and dispatchers about events and status changes.
Now that the era of big data has arrived, the evolution continues towards higher levels of predictive and prescriptive intelligence.
As the volume of data in your enterprise increases, so do the opportunities to harness it and find new ways to improve.
As the tools to manage big data continue to evolve, fleets and technology suppliers are delivering more insights directly to drivers
The new Trip Planner tools, as part of the Voyager fuel Network, zero in on the most efficient path from point A to point B.
Year over year, SmartDrive says it has achieved organic growth of 100 percent in the video safety systems market which still has less than one percent adoption.
Some fleets are using technology to create a training experience for drivers that is engaging and rewarding.
Transport America has earned the distinction as the 2016 CCJ Innovator of the Year for developing a unique weather alert system that supports its culture and core values, starting with ...
DAT is exiting the ELD market as ELD vendors/service providers continue to get more competitive in pricing.
A new set of technologies is able to directly monitor drivers to detect risk.
BlackBerry Radar works via the a small device that mounts on a trailer's door and a web-based portal. The system monitors trailers' GPS location, temperature, humidity and presence of cargo. ...
Trucker Path announced the public availability of Truckloads, a new freight marketplace supported by a large community of freight companies and motor carriers.
Seeing Machines' Guardian fatigue management system is being tested at six small and large U.S. fleets, said Chris Sluss, vice president of business development.