Rolling Strong will be using the Moblico platform to provide its virtual coaches with the right messages to send to drivers.
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.
Coyote will be offering KeepTruckin’s FMCSA-compliant ELD system to over 40,000 carriers in its network to help increase the ELD adoption rate in the industry.
Central Freight Lines selected the Maven ELD as it looks to the future of fleet management, telematics, and driver safety.
The pull-in rates for weigh station bypass programs can seem uneven, even for carriers with a solid safety record.
The web-based Smart Capacity platform uses real-time data and algorithms to predict when and where capacity will become available, days in advance, for 3PLs and their network of carriers.
Expedite hauler Load One developed a mapping tool that provides drivers with historical and real-time data on demand and capacity.
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.
Omnitracs plans to add an option to its Critical Event Video (CEV) to monitor driver behaviors at stop signs and stop lights.
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.
Held in collaboration with the Florida Department of Transportation, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the demonstration used advanced driver-assistance systems provided by ...
Analysts predict economic disruptions and changing freight patterns will spur the trucking industry to lean more heavily on less-than-truckload hauls, medium-duty straight trucks and vans, shorter routes and final-mile delivery.