Telematics, now ubiquitous in the trucking and transportation industry, have evolved greatly since their introduction. Early systems revolutionized how fleets visualized route networks, managed operations, and connected to drivers. Over 40 years, capabilities have improved drastically, enabled by key technologies, and prodded forward by key pieces of legislation.
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With more of us working from home, the issue of cybersecurity has taken on increased importance.
October marked the 17th year of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance launched the initiative in 2004 to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity in our personal and business lives. With more of us working from home, the issue of cybersecurity has taken on increased importance.
By relying on effective technology and expertise to ensure contractors and vendors are qualified and compliant with company and industry-specific policies, rental companies can better manage evolving risks to create stronger, safer businesses.
Imagine you walk into your dispatch office and see that your vehicle has broken down, your driver is running out of available hours, and inclement weather is delaying your next job. As the fleet manager, you now have to decide how best to handle this perilous situation. You have relied on disparate data sources to get ahead of the problem, but still you struggle for insights that can drive good decisions. Enter: Telematics 2.0–the evolution of telematics.
Telematics, video and communication apps can help ensure safety of drivers for your construction fleet. It’s hard to dispute the return on investment from many of the recent technologies being implemented to monitor driver behavior and protect your construction business from unwarranted claims. The payback can often be measured in mere months.
Technology providers, especially those playing a role in hours of service compliance, have been busy updating their products for rule changes that take effect Sept. 29. In a larger sense, the announcements of this past week focus on how technology can significantly improve the work experience for drivers.
Over the past few years, truck dash cams have become a popular addition to fleets.
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