The Top Priorities for the New FMCSA Administrator
On September 26, Robin Hutcheson was officially confirmed as the new Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. During her time as acting administrator, Hutcheson worked with trucking industry stakeholders to address concerns about the supply chain and workforce development. What are her top priorities as she enters this new role? In this special edition of Newsmakers, FMCSA Administrator Robin Hutcheson joins TT's Eugene Mulero and Dan Ronan to discuss truck parking, automated driving systems, and working with the industry to promote safety.October 7, 2022
Lytx Launches Integration With Fleet Tech Providers
Video telematics company Lytx is integrating its solutions with a network of other software providers to offer customers an all-in-one fleet management platform.
Safety and Litigation through the Camera Lens
If pictures are worth a thousand words, then videos are worth millions. From litigation to training to prevention, Video Intelligence, as part of a full safety system, can impact your fleet, your drivers and the driving public for the better. Join industry experts as they delve into the positive effects video can have on your fleet.September 17, 2020
Understanding the Benefits of AI in Fleet Safety Platforms
AI is becoming pervasive across the industry and transforming the way fleets do business. In this webinar we’ll cover how AI has transformed the category of video safety systems, how AI works with other technologies to deliver value, and how fleets can benefit in the long run from implementing AI based technology.February 20, 2020
Unexpected Uses for In-Cab Video Telematics
We’re all aware of the great safety benefits of in-cab video telematics. However, in this MiX Telematics white paper we shift the focus to the many ways it can improve fleet efficiency, assist with driver training and reduce costs.November 5, 2019
Insider Tips from one of the Largest Fleets in North America
The value of video in exoneration, litigation and subrogation is immeasurable. Join Leslie Leazer, Vice President, Corporate Claims & Litigation, Knight-Swift Transportation, as she reveals the process this well-respected fleet uses – and the savings they incur – by using video in the litigation process. From establishing the process to handle claims to subrogating claims when another vehicle is at fault – and everything in between – Leslie will provide the nuts and bolts you need to ensure your fleet is efficient, effective and enabled. With the cost of litigation continuing to increase, you can’t afford to miss this webinar.May 9, 2019
Traditional truck telematics systems offer fleet managers a lot of data on the performance of their drivers and vehicles, but integrating onboard cameras can provide valuable information that those systems can’t capture on their own, according to technology suppliers.
Onboard Video Gains Traction in Trucking
Cameras are everywhere today. They’ve become ubiquitous in all kinds of public buildings for security purposes. The trucking industry is no exception to this proliferation of video recording devices throughout our society.
How In-Cab Video is Being Used for Compliance, Safety and More
Find out how MiX Telematics’s in-cab video solution helped a well-known oilfield services company become ELD compliant while giving them the perfect opportunity to recommit to their promise of safety.July 8, 2018
Fleets Rely on In-House, Outside Expertise to Keep Onboard Technology Up and Running
The rapid expansion of onboard technology — electronic logging devices, telematics systems and in-cab video — brings with it the challenge of servicing this equipment. Ensuring that repairs are handled quickly is essential to maximizing utilization and staying compliant with the ELD mandate.