Working with major truck OEM’s, safety suppliers and leading fleets, Peloton plans to release its driver-assistive truck platooning system in 2018.
An emerging technology called blockchain could eliminate the trust issues by securing freight transactions.
Tom McLeod, president of McLeod Software, advised carriers to be in a position to take advantage of new opportunities.
Blockchain technology could help trucking and many other industries speed transactions, secure data transfers, and eliminate intermediaries.
PeopleNet, a Trimble Company, announced new products and enhancements to its fleet mobility platform.
The presidents of TMW and PeopleNet encouraged transportation companies to keep pace with the on-demand economy during the in.sight user conference in Nashville
P&S implemented a BI strategy to simultaneously improve reporting, data quality and business processes.
The optional Reveal Series includes transportation-specific data models and visualization tools.
Tri-State Motor Transport uses technology to meet strict load security requirements. It recently added new features and strategies to improve other areas of its business.
IndyCar’s operations use connectivity and data to gain a competitive edge and create the ultimate connected car.
Maverick Transportation uses event and driver behavioral data to determine a corrective action and individualized training plan.
Arnold Transportation has retooled its safety program with new technology and training programs that focus on preventing distracted driving
During the Lytx user conference, fleets learned of new reporting and analytical tools that help to refine the process for coaching drivers.
Trailer tracking systems have added more reporting and analytical capabilities to respond to new market conditions and customer requirements.
One of the highlights of the Omnitracs Outlook user conference was the partnership with Peloton to expand the possibilities of truck platooning on the nation’s highways.