Isaac Instruments to be used by Quebec’s next generation of truck drivers

by Truck News

CHAMBLEY, Que. – Isaac Instruments was awarded contracts from the Centre du formation en transport routier and the Centre de formation en transport de Charlesbourg recently.

As part of the contract, more than 2,500 students will benefit from Isaac’s solution as part of their training.

“The truck driver training program takes into account the industry’s requirements in terms of efficiency, skills and safety. Truck drivers trained at the CFTR benefit from high-quality professional training that considers the industry’s new realities. Choosing ISAAC’s telemetry is aligned with this perspective,” explains Sébastien Roy, CFTR’s vice-principal.

“We are trying to recreate a training environment that reflects the industry’s as much as possible. By integrating ISAAC’s telemetry and telematics in our students’ training, we ensure they acquire the required skills and experience to enter the work market,” added Eddy Vallières, CFTC’s principal.

Isaac’s technology gives measurements for driver performance and allows for fair evaluation of drivers.

“Our clients are very happy with this news,” said Jean-Sébastien Bouchard, Isaac’s vice-president of sales and marketing. “When recruiting new drivers, carriers who are currently using ISAAC’s telemetry will benefit from the fact that those trained at the CFTR and CFTC will already be familiar with the technology. This will accelerate their integration.”

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