Safety is always a top concern for fleet owners given industry trends showing year-over-year increases in crash fatalities that involve large trucks and with the prevailing headwinds of accident litigation.
Forward-thinking field service businesses across all industry sectors are using video telematics. For too long, service organizations have operated with one arm behind their backs, as a lack of visibility into operations has yielded a largely reactive approach to fleet management, safety and efficiency challenges. While many organizations have graduated from manually managing their technicians, customers and fleets, to doing so with digital tools, there’s still significant room for modernization, especially when we consider recent technical advancements.
Top officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Federal Highway Administration have emphasized the importance of advanced driver assistance systems, automated driving systems, and other technologies in commercial trucking.
The trucking industry has seen dramatic change in 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every fleet — some have seen an uptick in business, while other businesses have suffered. But by and large, most fleets seem to feel the worst is behind us, and are now looking towards the future.
“Innovation is no longer a luxury,” says Tami Erwin, executive vice president and CEO of Verizon Business Group.
FMCSA fleet panel provides real-world feedback on spec’d safety technology, driver health initiatives, and the importance of communication and a defined safety culture.
eMaxx, a leading commercial property and casualty InsurTech, today announced that Eileen Currie has been appointed President / CEO of eMaxx’s insurance operating companies. Eileen Currie will lead the insurance operations in underwriting, client services, and distribution for its alternative risk captive insurance programs.
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When it comes to advanced commercial vehicle safety, systems capabilities have improved through advancements in sensor and camera technologies, paving the way for the next generation of vehicle safety technologies.
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