LeSaint Logistics has deployed Netradyne in its fleet, with significant improvements in driver behavior, including 50 percent reduction in hard-braking alerts and 38 percent reduction in risky following distance.
Results from 2017 show that fleets see video as a necessary safety solution and, as such, are skipping product trials.
Seeva Technologies introduced its SeevaTherm washer fluid heating system for commercial vehicles. After raising $2.1 million worth of investment capital, the startup company plans to launch the system by year-end ...
Twenty years have passed since the original DriveCam started a new era in risk management. The scale of the platform today creates new possibilities.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike delivered more than 70,000 driver-safety notifications to reduce speeds at dangerous spots.
A major factor in Fleetmaster's choice to adopt the DriveCam program was its embedded sensor and machine-vision technologies to detect risk.
Alabama Motor Express will install the SmartDrive program across its entire fleet of 221 tractors.
The top three winning companies from each of the six mileage-basd divisions had the lowest accident frequency ratios per million miles annually.
As trucker John Doe prepared to turn, a four-wheeler rocketed out of a shopping mall and crashed into his truck’s right fender. Was this a preventable accident?
Omnitracs plans to add an option to its Critical Event Video (CEV) to monitor driver behaviors at stop signs and stop lights.
Online training provider Vertical Alliance Group is holding four new webinars in the first quarter of 2018.
The new app is compatible with Android and iOS-powered devices and gives users the ability to view accident footage immediately.
Working with major truck OEM’s, safety suppliers and leading fleets, Peloton plans to release its driver-assistive truck platooning system in 2018.
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.