In-cabin safety tech development requires an agile approach

Flexible, app-based solutions could help unlock next-gen in-cabin safety features for drivers while also saving fleet operators money. By Will Girling

In-cabin safety features are an essential part of the commercial vehicle (CV) driver’s workplace. Solutions already deployed in CVs today include advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), cameras for situational and spatial awareness, and driver monitoring systems. Meanwhile, electronic logging devices (ELDs) can enforce compliance by more accurately recording mileage and hours driven, ensuring drivers are not fatigued on the road.

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