Scott Knabe, Donlen director of network & telecom, has been named an honoree of the 2020 Ones to Watch Award from IDG’s and IDC’s CIO Executive Councils.
This prestigious award spotlights rising technology leaders who have what it takes to become C-level business technology executives of tomorrow.
Scott manages Donlen’s network, IT infrastructure, and telecommunications systems as well as provides DevOps, a set of practices that combine software development and information technology operations, required to complete Donlen’s aggressive technology roadmap of projects supporting its entire business.
Did you know that eating and sleeping habits, physical activity, and mental and physical health affect driving behavior?
NETS is pleased to share the latest insightful Drive Safely Work Week® (DSWW) road safety campaign focused on a unique and often overlooked aspect in your road safety program: wellness. Integrating wellness components into your road safety efforts can have a positive impact on your employees' overall health and driving habits.
This is where NETS “Driven to Wellness” toolkit can help. The toolkit includes a number of valuable concepts and proven solutions on how employees can reach a healthy body weight and increase sleep, as well as tips on how to become more physically active to develop and maintain better health – which ultimately improves safety on the road.
The Trump administration has submitted its final version to the White House Office of Management and Budget to roll back stringent gas-mileage rules enacted by the Obama administration.
Details have not been made public yet, but it is expected to call for reducing the required annual fleetwide average mpg increases for carmakers for model years 2021-2026 from the original 5% to a less stringent 1.5%
California, which helped craft the Obama-era rules, sued over the rollback and has promised to also sue over the revocation of its right to set its own more-stringent mpg requirements. The nation's largest state accounts for 12% of the U.S. auto market. Thirteen states and Washington, D.C., have adopted California’s gas mileage rules.
Read the article at The Detroit News.
Fleet technology leaders Lytx and Geotab have announced a new integration enabling - through a single sign-on - seamless browsing of video and data from Lytx's DriveCam event recorders through the Geotab platform to help fleet managers understand exactly what is happening in their fleets at any moment.
The Lytx Driver Safety Program stands out in the industry not only for its video and analytic capabilities, but also for its ease of use. This integrated offering will be available via the Geotab Marketplace, a growing portfolio of hardware Add-Ons, software Add-Ins and mobile apps to help businesses better manage their fleets.
Read the release at PR Newswire.
By Ed Smith, President, Agile Fleet
Having a right-sized fleet is essential to fulfilling the mission of your organization.
Whether you are a community college with 15 vehicles or a large government, utility, or commercial enterprise with tens of thousands of vehicles, understanding and managing fleet utilization should be a top-of-mind thing that is at the core of right-sizing initiatives. Why? Because utilization metrics tell you about the size of your fleet relative to your needs.
The size of your fleet directly impacts the ability to complete your mission, and, it has a significant impact on your organization’s financial bottom-line. Too few vehicles and you can’t get work done. Too many vehicles and you’re burning money needlessly. The key is to have the “right” utilization when it comes to your fleet.
What is a right-sized fleet?