From the youngest age, to the end of their careers, people are coached – babies learning to walk, school children mastering a new skill or professional athletes looking to better their game. Coaching is a way of life. Yet, at some point in time, many people feel that they don’t need to improve – or […]
Pairing professional truck drivers’ skills behind the wheel with automated systems designed to help prevent crashes is a win-win for the trucking industry.
Humble and proud, Barbara Herman doesn’t tell the world that she was recently named the first female winner of the National Tank Truck Carrier’s Professional Tank Truck Driver of the Year Award. But, plenty of people are taking notice. In fact, when it’s pointed out that she’s a celebrity, her response is, “I’m not a […]
A recent piece in Electronic Design says the next improvement in road safety will be gesture control – a way for motorists of advanced cars to control their infotainment systems with hand gestures rather than fiddling with buttons – which, as the piece points out, can cause the driver to take their eyes off the road, albeit […]
It’s time to join the 5G revolution. So we’ve been told. If you’ve seen the ads on television, providers are rolling out their 5G technology across the country, but trucking isn’t quite ready for 5G just yet. In fact, based on conversations, much of trucking is still not ready for 4G. Andy Leuthe, senior director […]
As 3G service starts shutting down, now is the time to transition fleets to 4G.
Based on other fleets’ recommendations, Atlas elected to roll out the platform without conducting a pilot, speeding time to results.
Citing the 67 % decrease in unsafe driving behavior achieved, along with excellent customer service and innovative platform approach, as reasons for the decision.
In trucking, an estimated 7.5 million IoT devices based primarily in 3G are still in use, but the clock is ticking on 3G.
Any new vehicle on the market today offers a suite of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) designed to warn you, actuate emergency braking, and generally help you avoid collisions, or mitigate collision damage.