Video alone does not make a fleet safer; identifying risks and taking action to reduce those risks are the keys to enhancing safety.
Public Risk Management Association
Video safety technology solutions capture a clear video picture to provide situational context both outside and inside the vehicle.
Fleet News Daily
With growth of more than 250 percent from 2014 to 2017, SmartDrive moved up the list to No. 316 this year compared to last year’s ranking of No. 395.
Jason Palmer, COO at SmartDrive offers commentary on the driver shortage currently facing the trucking industry.
The recently-announced agreement between video leader SmartDrive and ELD provider Geotab is another step in what Steve Mitgang describes as "convergence."
A new study claims autonomous trucks could eliminate as many as 294,000 driving positions over the next 25 years.
Tired truck drivers? That’s a big concern based on a new survey by the NSC that found 97% of transportation employers are worried about employee fatigue.
SmartDrive Systems recently announced that RATP Dev USA deployed the SmartDrive program across a number of its transportation systems across the United States.
The National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB, in a recent webinar outlined how video-base safety systems in commercial vehicles can not only increase safety, but also help exonerate a driver involved in an accident.
Video technology can help agencies by giving insight into the riskiest driving behaviors, like rolling through a stop sign, unsafe following distances and near-miss traffic incidents.