Honoring and saluting all of our U.S A. Presidents on this holiday.
No matter how you feel about the idea of driver-facing cameras, the best way to implement them is by prefacing their installation with clear communication to your drivers. Driver-facing cameras are often an unpopular idea with truck drivers. Yet, from an equipment management point of view, video telematics can be very helpful. So, naturally, there’s some debate over whether taking advantage of this technology is worth it.
This year, safety professionals will have access to a wider array of safety technologies than ever before. And with more providers offering freemium options, implementation support, and customer success services, the widespread adoption of tech will transform safety programs for the better.
The impact of technology on the business world is pervasive and constantly evolving, which has meant that companies must take action in order to stay both competitive and secure. However, with so many complex products and solutions on offer, it can be difficult for businesses to know where to begin.
In 2020, fleet safety will remain top of mind for every transportation company. Safety is a top area of concern for fleets where technology continues to play a large role in improving the well-being of drivers and making safety risks easier to control.
Leveraging the tech found in the cab can better prepare drivers for winter weather and improve safety. For fleets across the United States, winter isn’t coming—it’s already here. With increased snowfall, a higher volume of deliveries, and longer, darker days, winter can threaten your fleet’s safety.