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Last year was certainly not easy for anyone. The pressures of
the pandemic mounted up, putting an unprecedented strain
on critical fleet service delivery organisations and the vehicle industry as a whole. The global supply chain shortage put pressure on manufacturers, increasing vehicle build and lead times. The industry will have to deal with the consequences of this worldwide issue for many years to come. At the same time, we have to deal with the driver and mechanic shortage, further impacting service delivery.
ion International is delighted to announce the launch of Fleet Vision International – THE SHOW, the international conference and exhibition promoting excellence in frontline fleet and essential services, which will take place at the London Guildhall on February 4, 2022.
The sixth issue of the thought-leading publication for front-line fleet operations and essential services has been published. Read your copy today, and don’t hesitate to share it with colleagues.
Connected fleet specialist CMS Supatrak passed its ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management accreditation with flying colours. The telematics platform solutions provider reached through the audit without a single major or minor non-conformance.
Vehicle safety technology company Innovative Safety Systems (ISS) has invested in the creation of a new software division – FleetClear – to deliver an all-in-one fleetwide vehicle safety and fleet management solution.
In January 2014, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a significant Vision Zero initiative for New York City with ambitious street re-design goals, new bike lanes, improved traffic rules, and better enforcement. Six years on, what does a Vision Zero NYC Fleet look like?
Vision Techniques has launched a thermo detection and facial recognition system, called VT Ipath, to protect employees and the public during the pandemic.
A new study by computer scientists and driving psychologists from the University of Nottingham has shown that HGV drivers drive much more safely when camera in their cab monitors their behaviour. Data collected before and after the installation of unobtrusive…
Speedy Services, the UK’s leading tools and equipment hire company, has improved road safety, reduced fleet insurance fraud and dramatically cut claims costs using video telematics.