Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Technology
TMW Systems gives cloud-based solution to integrate communication platforms

TMW Systems gives cloud-based solution to integrate communication platforms

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — TMW Systems has introduced a universal, cloud-based solution that enables fleets to integrate their mobile communication platforms into TMWSuite software without the need for costly on-premise servers and other resources.

NetraDyne launches driver-i designed to enhance driver safety

NetraDyne launches driver-i designed to enhance driver safety

SAN DIEGO — NetraDyne has launched its initial technology offering of, driver-i, a vision-based platform the company said is designed to enhance driver safety within the commercial vehicle market.

CoPilot-RFID takes next step in driver false claim protection

CoPilot-RFID takes next step in driver false claim protection

NEWTON, Ala. — Driver behavior management is taking the next step with the CoPilot-RFID, the AngelTrax windshield-mounted mobile DVR/camera combination now equipped with the capability to permanently embed the vehicle operator's identification into the vehicle's video records.

Volvo: High-tech SuperTruck exceeds program’s freight-efficiency goals

Volvo: High-tech SuperTruck exceeds program’s freight-efficiency goals

Volvo Trucks North America Tuesday unveiled a SuperTruck demonstrator it said achieved a freight efficiency improvement of 88 percent — exceeding the 50 percent improvement goal set by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) program.

Omnitracs unveils ELD driver-retention model

Omnitracs unveils ELD driver-retention model

DALLAS — Omnitracs, LLC, a global pioneer of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, Monday announced Omnitracs ELD Driver Retention Model, a first-of-its-kind predictive modeling solution that allows companies to identify and retain truck drivers who are most likely to voluntarily leave their jobs.

Michigan bills would authorize 'platooning'; not require human in testing self-driving cars

Michigan bills would authorize 'platooning'; not require human in testing self-driving cars

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan would no longer require that someone be inside a self-driving car while testing it on public roads under bills up for a vote in the Legislature.

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