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.
Fleets have new opportunities to 'gamify' the job experience to recognize and reward drivers.
SmartDrive's SmartSense Intelligence Suite is a finalist in the Business Intelligence Group’s BIG Awards for Business New Product of the Year category.
Bulkmatic implemented the SmartDrive program in 2014, and has since achieved a 50 percent reduction in the number of DOT-recordable accidents.
Video event recorders and telematics platforms are advancing rapidly by using machine vision and artificial intelligence (AI).
Ryder System announced its implementation of Lytx’s flagship product, DriveCam, into 4,400 Ryder vehicles.
The trucking industry has made big strides in safety but the trends are now moving in the wrong direction. At least one company, Fleetworthy, has a strategy to reverse that ...
Sunstate skipped a lengthy pilot program and installed SmartDrive across its entire fleet to begin immediately protecting its drivers.
Jet Express driver Tammy Newcomer was awarded $350 for driving 2,500 miles with an efficiency of over 99.92% of potential MPG.
Pottle’s Transportation has deployed the SmartDrive video-based safety program throughout its fleet.
The liquid bulk chemical hauler develops a custom driver scorecard and incentive plan that leads to more platforms.
Predictive analytics are helping fleets pinpoint drivers who are most likely to quit to stage an early intervention.
To get picture-perfect visibility of behaviors and metrics that accurately predict accidents, a growing number of fleets are using video-based driver risk management systems.