Review Test 1

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Updated Mar 16, 2014
2.1 Rating
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  • Implementation 2.4
  • Driver Experience 1.7
  • Turnkey compliance solution 2
  • Data integration 3.3
  • Features to fix erroneous logs 1.3
  • Cost of system administration
  • Service and support
  • Return on investment

In late 2009, the company completed a fleet-wide deployment of three “sense and alert” safety systems that consist of lane departure warning, collision avoidance and rollover stability control.

Last year, Con-way expanded its safety investment with two additional technologies. One is a real-time, on-board performance management system. The other is an event recorder that drivers often refer to as a “dash cam.”

3.4 Rating
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  • Implementation 1.5
  • Driver Experience 3.4
  • Turnkey compliance solution 3.8
  • Data integration 5
  • Features to fix erroneous logs 3.5
  • Cost of system administration
  • Service and support
  • Return on investment

The recorder is a compact, windshield-mounted unit that records activity inside and outside the cab. The recording is continuously erased unless the unit is triggered by an event such as hard braking, turning or rapid deceleration. When activated, the unit saves a 12-second audio and visual recording— eight seconds before and four seconds after the event.