Truck parking has been reported as a top industry issue for nearly a decade by the American Transportation Research Institute (ARTI). As it continues to climb to the top, the pandemic has only increased that shortage.
These challenges often lead to “Sitting Duck” situations for your drivers. Becoming a “Sitting Duck” not only leads to costs incurred, but more importantly leads to potentially dangerous situations to both drivers and the public.
Watch the webinar to find out how you can learn if your drivers are potentially in “Sitting Duck” situations and how you can avoid them — as well as:
Research and statistics on the truck parking problem
Methods for identifying root causes of sitting duck situations
Strategies on Sitting Duck mitigation
Dan Murray - Sr. VP, American Transportation Research Institute
Dan has more than 26 years of experience in a broad range of transportation fields including trucking research and economics, transportation safety technologies and autonomous vehicles. Dan is responsible for managing ATRI’s transportation research, testing and evaluation, and leads multiple national activities including the U.S. DOT-sponsored Freight Mobility Initiative.
Jason Palmer - COO, Omnitracs
Jason oversees operations and transportation intelligence at Omnitracs + SmartDrive and brings nearly 30 years of leadership delivering products to market for fast-growing technology companies such as Qualcomm, Now Software, Clientele Software, and Tut Systems. Prior to joining Omnitracs, he was the Chief Operating Officer at SmartDrive.
Sam Kruse - Business Analyst, Omnitracs
As a member of the Omnitracs Professional Services team, Sam helps customers with innovative data projects, helping to solve challenges and provide insight to run safer and more efficient fleets. Prior to joining Omnitracs + SmartDrive, Sam was with Hub Group where he managed the implementation of innovative technologies such as container telematics, event recorders, and ELDs.
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