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Securing Your IT Network
Protecting your trucking company’s computer network from the latest cyberthreats is an even greater challenge in 2021 given the stubborn persistence of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to security pros.May 21, 2021
Chatbots Reshaping the Way Businesses Connect With Customers
There’s no doubt that recent circumstances surrounding COVID-19 have reshaped the way businesses operate and connect with their customers daily.
Next Generation of Wireless Technology: 5G Holds Promise
As trucking increasingly incorporates digital elements, a pressing question grows: What can 5G do for the industry? A lot, as it turns out.
The Shame Police: Google Toys With Penalizing Slow-Loading Websites
Internet search goliath Google is toying with the idea of shaming slow-loading websites by displaying a “Usually loads slow” splash screen in place of a homepage when someone is trying to visit such sites.March 6, 2020
How Smart Tire Technology Is Changing Fleet Management
Bob Herr can’t do it alone. Neither can the 85 drivers and the 90-vehicle fleet he manages at food service distributor Feesers Inc. For Herr and other fleet managers, intelligent tires are helping to prevent those costly and time-consuming tire failures.
Driver Training, Monitoring Could Help Ensure Safe Testing, Deployment of Automated Trucks
Self-driving truck developers are putting a growing number of test vehicles on the road to refine their automated driving systems and pave the way for the commercial introduction of this technology.
In-Cab Monitoring Uses Machine Vision to Detect Fatigued, Distracted Driving
In-cab monitoring systems can help fleets keep drivers out of danger, but technology should be just one part of the broader culture of safety within a company.
Chatbots Are Emerging as Powerful Tools for the Transportation Industry
Artificial intelligence-powered chatbots are often not even known as such by the user. Instead, they are often packaged among the automated features of enterprise resource planning systems increasingly used by shipping firms as AI and data science continue to evolve.March 3, 2019
The AI Wars Have Arrived
Hackers are now arming themselves with artificial intelligence to relentlessly probe the defenses of companies’ computers so they can strike those networks at just the right time and just the right place, according to IT security pros. “Hackers are innovative,” says Stephen Gates, chief research intelligence analyst at Zenedge, an AI security provider. “They’re using automation, bots, artificial intelligence — and the only way to fight back is to pit robot against robot.”April 20, 2018
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