Data analysis can help companies with driver recruiting and retention.
Software developers now offer their products and services through a subscription model with no up-front costs. Driver simulation training has followed suit.
Omnitracs, a provider of fleet management systems, announced the breakout track and session lineup for its annual user conference, Omnitracs Outlook 2016: Innovation for the Road Ahead.
A federal rule to require truck operators to use electronic logging devices to keep records of duty status has cleared the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, clearing the ...
The driver coercion rule is the beginning of a potential end-of-year flurry of regulatory activity, as rules to mandate the use of e-logs and speed limiters are also expected to ...
In the past few years, companies have been taking big strides to corner the market of connected fleet technologies.
FourKites, a provider of freight tracking technology, won a victory in court recently when a federal judge rejected a patent lawsuit filed by MacroPoint, a competitor of FourKites.
DAT Solutions launched its DAT InView suite of trucking-business-management functions aimed squarely at the small for-hire carrier market.
CCJ Executive Editor Jack Roberts last week took an International ProStar equipped with the SmartAdvantage powertrain — a pairing of Cummins ISX15 and the Eaton UltraShiftPLUS automated-manual transmission — for ...
A look at how compliance and risk management services, and one company in particular, have evolved since "deregulation" of the trucking industry.
The Department of Transportation announced last week a $25 million grant to the Regional Truck Parking Information and Management System Project to implement technology that alerts drivers to available truck ...
The company says the model is designed for any fleet using an electronic HOS management system, regardless of size.
Magellan and Cobra Electronics each introduced new dash cams at SEMA this week in Las Vegas.
Vigillo is using a crowd sourcing model to classify accidents and create a more accurate CSA snapshot.
Sysco Corporation, estimates that 25 percent of its fleet could benefit by using the 100 air-mile exemption to avoid the 30-minute break rule.