LAS VEGAS — Trucking sensors are becoming an increasingly pivotal area of focus as an enabler of automotive technology, with that growing importance demonstrated at CES 2024.
The use of cameras on heavy-duty #trucks has gone mainstream as more and more fleets have adopted forward- and inward-facing cameras to coach drivers and reduce liability. Now the latest smart camera #technology is taking things a step further, helping carriers capture more angles, gain new insights and derive more operational value from video.December 5, 2023
Many fleets have adopted forward- and inward-facing cameras to coach drivers and reduce liability. Now the latest smart camera technology is taking things a step further.
Video-based safety systems are helping fleets prevent crashes and exonerate drivers, but successful deployment of this technology continues to hinge on driver acceptance.
Passenger railroads will be required to install video recorders inside locomotives, but the rule excludes freight trains like the one that derailed and caught fire in East Palestine, Ohio.
With an approval rating of 2.2 on a 10-point scale in an American Transportation Research Institute study, it’s clear that truck drivers do not hold driver-facing cameras in high regard.
The Illinois Trucking Association is among a business coalition whose leaders are calling on state lawmakers to change an outdated biometric state statute leading to frivolous lawsuits and safety concerns.
In the realm of compliance, many carriers focus on the drivers without considering the vehicle compliance needs. When your classification of vehicle moves into a commercial asset, how are you considering the applicable regulations?December 8, 2022
Do you know who your best drivers are? If you had to stop and think about that, then your safety program is backward! This webinar will address the most common mistakes fleets are making within their safety department and how to correct them.October 20, 2022