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How Enforcement Inspection Data Can Improve Operations

Thanks to sensors, telematics devices, and of course, ELD’s, fleets now have a plethora of data available to them at any given time. However, the sheer amount of data you now have access to can be overwhelming -- unless you have a solid system in place to help you interpret and act on it. If all this information is used correctly, carriers have the ability to operate more efficiently than ever before.

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Topics: Big Data

The Future Of Driver Fatigue Detection Enforcement

Effective and affordable safety technologies have quickly become a requirement in the trucking industry. Auto-adjusting truck systems, aftermarket additions like e-logs (if the federal regulatory bodies get their way, that is), and medical requirements in the form of acceptable driver blood pressure levels are just a few of the systems that have become industry mainstays.

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Topics: Trucking Safety Best Practices, Fatigue Enforcement, Big Data

Fleet Owners Turn To Data To Improve Recruitment, Retention, and Safety Management Processes

Do you live more than 25 miles from your fleet’s terminal? Are you a fresh-out-of-driving-school graduate? Are you married?

If the answer to any of these questions is Yes, it could be a strike against you for certain fleets considering your application. Trucking and safety analysts are now taking a much closer look at driver behaviors, personality traits, demographics, and other factors that correlate with high turnover and potential safety risks.

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Topics: Trucking Safety Best Practices, Big Data, Driver Recruitment Best Practices