Aim Transportation turns to Netradyne for fleet safety systems with edge AI

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Aim Transportation turns to Netradyne for fleet safety systems with edge AI

Netradyne, a startup that uses cameras and edge computing to improve commercial driver safety, has partnered with Aim Transportation Solutions, a provider of customized fleet services designed to benefit any business that distributes or manufactures products. Through the partnership, Aim will deploy Netradyne’s advanced vision-based driver recognition and fleet safety solution throughout its fleet of vehicles.

Headquartered in Ohio, Aim Transportation Solutions is a family-owned and operated provider of full-service truck and trailer leasing; commercial truck and trailer rental; 3PL brokerage; dedicated contract carriage; professional shop management and truck and trailer maintenance. The company has a proven history of controlling costs, increasing uptime, and driving revenue for customers through programs tailored to the needs of any fleet.

Aim turned to Netradyne for its combination of an AI-enabled camera and scoring algorithm. Since implementing Driver•i, Aim has seen dramatic improvement across every metric, including stop sign compliance, traffic light violations and following distance. Aim drivers have also responded positively to Driver•i because of its GreenZone scoring system which shows a holistic view of the driver’s performance and helps put the driver in control.

Driver•i provides fleet managers with a comprehensive view of drivers’ activity through a blend of real-time, positive driving notifications and best practice identification. It provides a balance of positive, supportive comments along with constructive feedback – engaging drivers in balanced interactions that promote productive and collaborative relationships, and ultimately safer drivers

“Aim greatly empowers its drivers to take ownership of their driving behavior,” said Adam Kahn, President, Netradyne. “By leveraging our GreenZone scoring system, Aim drivers are able to view their daily, weekly and monthly scores and make adjustments as needed. Aim also ties driver scores to an incentive program, where they can earn points for prizes. The strategy employed by Aim has resulted in impressive safety improvements with minimal coaching overhead.”

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