Newsletter: Fleet Technology

May 30, 2022

Many working in the trucking industry or the fleet arena use in-vehicle monitoring systems as tools to collect vehicle data and report on driver behavior. But how do you find the data points that can help you cut costs? And how do you successfully deploy new safety technologies?

Learn how in our next free online training session Tuesday, June 14 (10-11:15 a.m.): Turning Technology into Results.

Brian Fielkow, CEO of Houston-based Jetco Delivery and a recipient of this year’s National Safety Council “CEO’s Who Get It” recognition, will team with Hayden Cardiff during the 75-minute presentation. Cardiff is the founder and chief innovation officer at Idelic, a driver-performance management platform built for fleet professionals. The two will discuss:

In-vehicle monitoring systems can be effective at reducing crash incidents and improving driver skills. This is accomplished by tracking metrics for speeding, sudden braking, harsh acceleration and seat belt use. Tracking allows safety leaders to watch for real-time trends and use reports to score and coach drivers. Explore safety technologies being used to mitigate risks in the workplace. 

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