The U.S. Transportation Department said it had been hit by a data breach involving its administrative systems.
FCC regulators cleared automakers to use systems that let vehicles communicate wirelessly, offering a path forward for life-saving technology after years of disputes over airwaves.
With the latest advances in onboard video and artificial intelligence, more fleets are implementing in-cab driver coaching to help reinforce safe driving habits, prevent crashes and enhance drivers’ overall performance.
While technologies have provided real-time data and new insights into how to reduce incidents and help drivers to improve their skills, many fleet executives say building a reputation for safety boils down to trust, culture and accountability.
Netradyne updated its driver safety system with new features and an improved processor to better manage real-time data, the company announced Oct. 6.
Connectivity was all the rage during this week’s media preview for the IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hanover, Germany, with many manufacturers touting the value and capability of the technologies they’re developing and deploying for their customers.September 20, 2018