SambaSafety has enhanced its Qorta risk monitoring platform to incorporate CSA and MVR data into a single driver monitoring system called Q Transportation.
“Since our initial launch of MVR monitoring solutions back in January, we are very excited to now include CSA monitoring into the Qorta platform,” said Steve Bryan, executive vice president and general manager, SambaSafety Transportation.
The Qorta monitoring platform has near-real-time information on roadside inspections and violations summarized via carrier and driver scorecards. It also has a preview of the new CSA IRT model, mandated by the FAST Act. Planned for release this year, the model utilizes Item Response Theory (IRT) methodology to measure a motor carrier’s safety culture with a single score.
Q Transportation continuously monitors drivers for violations, license status, medical certifications and endorsements, on- or off-duty, or in company or personal vehicles.