CarriersEdge collaborates with Netradyne on behavior-based training requirements

by Today's Trucking

CarriersEdge and Netradyne are collaborating so that the latter’s customers can automatically assign and track CarriersEdge safety and compliance courses based on events and behaviors captured by its Driver-I camera.

“We’re thrilled to combine our industry-leading AI powered safety technology with CarriersEdge’s latest online driver training features,” said Adam Kahn, chief business development officer at Netradyne. “This integration is a next-level solution for fleets that take safety seriously. By automatically assigning custom-tailored driver training programs it simplifies the driver coaching process and ensures drivers are getting feedback reflective of their behavior, ultimately making our roadways safer.”

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CarriersEdge has more than 200 interactive online training modules available. Fleets will be able to set the training parameters, determining which driving behaviors will require drivers to complete which training courses, by setting trigger thresholds and periods.

According to Jane Jazrawy, CEO of CarriersEdge, assignments can be a combination of content including classroom, online courses, surveys, even policy documents, allowing for flexible learning and progressive interventions that match behavior severity and frequency. Once drivers complete the assignments, details are mailed directly to administrators and managers, providing updates on training scores, and completion status.

“Dashcam technology is rapidly evolving thanks to advancements in machine learning, edge computing, and AI. As a result, fleets have more information available at their fingertips to evaluate driving behavior in real-time,” said Jazrawy. “Correcting unsafe driving practices is a multi-step process that starts with identifying problems drivers are having and implementing solutions to help prevent the issues from reoccurring. This integration is a feature carriers can use to better streamline their remedial training practices and improve driving behavior. In addition, having solid evidence of driver training is increasingly more important in today’s highly litigious environment.”

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