Actionable Insights to Avoid Speeding for Conditions and Sitting Duck Situations

What if you could proactively alert your drivers of inclement weather before they are impacted? What if you could provide assistance to your driver who is parked in an unsafe location but may not realize it? By bringing you real-time actionable insight, SmartDrive has solved two of the riskiest situations your drivers are facing today. Both “Sitting Duck”, or unsafe parking, situations and driving too fast for current conditions lead to some of the industry’s largest nuclear verdicts. With winter approaching and unsafe parking continuing to climb due to COVID-19, it’s time to combat these hidden dangers. Join us for an overview of two groundbreaking solutions, live demos and shocking stats that will convince you why you should not drive through another winter without the latest technology to protect your drivers – and your fleet.

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Jason Palmer

COO, SmartDrive

Jason brings nearly 30 years of leadership delivering products to market for fast-growing technology companies such as SmartDrive, Qualcomm, Now Software, Clientele Software and Tut Systems. Prior to joining SmartDrive, Jason was the Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Webtrends, Inc. responsible for defining the product development and go-to-market strategies for the award-winning Marketing Lab suite of digital marketing solutions. He is a graduate of Oregon State University with degrees in Marketing and Economics.

Sam Kruse

Business Analyst, SmartDrive

As a member of the Professional Services team, Sam helps SmartDrive customers with innovative data projects, helping to solve challenges and provide insight to run safer and more efficient fleets. Prior to joining SmartDrive, Sam spent 5 years with Hub Group, a leader in the intermodal transportation space. During his time with Hub Group, he managed the implementation of innovative technologies such as container telematics, event recorders, and ELDs. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland with degrees in Supply Chain Management and International Business.

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