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You've heard the buzz about ‘dash cams’ and fleet management tools, but how can they help utilities fleets? Watch a live demo to see how Lytx can help you manage your vehicles and drivers.
Some examples of best practices to keep your drivers and overall workforce healthy and safe as your fleet operations resume.
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As GPS technology advances, more fleets around the world are using it to help keep track of their vehicles.
It's tough for drivers to find time for their health, especially in a time of crisis. Driver health expert Sergio Rojas shared some tips with us last year that can help your drivers on the frontlines.
Manatee County EMS and NFI Industries discuss how they are navigating through this crisis and checking in on their drivers' both mental and physical health.
Discover how risk can be detected on the road and in the vehicle using the DriveCam's machine vision and artificial intelligence technology.
A small transit company, mid-sized landscape company, and a large distributor are making the most out of their fleet management technologies.
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Highlights from the Annual Driving Risk and Collision Analysis for Utilities Fleets. Based on 202,000 risky driving events captured by Lytx