Van, bulk and flatbed transportation provider D.M. Bowman deployed the dual-camera SmartDrive system to gain full visibility of risk.
Oakley Transport is expanding its driver performance and risk management capabilities by installing a new version of SmartDrive’s video-based safety system in its 500-truck fleet.
As part of implementing SmartDrive, Oakley Transport has created new driver coaching positions in its safety department.
As part of the SmartDrive program, Oakley Transport uses numerical values to assess risk. The values, SmartDrive Safety Scores, represent the observed rate of risk for every driver based on ...
Many fleets are presently cobbling together safety and performance data from multiple hardware and software platforms. This activity can lead to having data that is incomplete, inconsistent and formatted in ...
SmartDrive’s SR3 and SR4 platforms are integration hubs that connect to multiple cameras, electronic control units (ECUs), sensors, and various OEM and third-party advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in vehicles.
Fleets are harnessing new technology to identify and coach risky driving behaviors.
A number of mobile apps now come with scorecard features that give drivers an easy way to review their performance on a daily or even real-time basis.
Video safety systems are increasingly able to detect a wide range of risky driving behaviors by using machine vision, or algorithms, to detect complex patterns of behavior.
One of the hallmarks of a successful driver management program is that everyone knows the score and what to do to improve it.
Fleet safety systems can bring data together from many sources to identify drivers who are likely to have an accident.
Cypress Truck Lines rolled out a quarterly cash incentive program for drivers with a scorecard that includes the SmartDrive Safety Score.
Cypress Truck Lines uses advanced technology to manage driver performance, but keeps the process simple to qualify drivers to earn a quarterly bonus.
New technologies help to improve performance by delivering prescriptive information and coaching to drivers.
Mobile apps have become a common strategy to give drivers instant access to performance data they can easily understand and apply.