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What is Pedestrian Collision Warning (PCW)?

Of all the innovations in vehicle technology, Pedestrian Collision Warning (PCW) is one of the most important. Used properly, it can save people walking near or across roadways from experiencing serious or fatal injuries. There’s no higher purpose than that for advanced, connected technology. While PCW is important everywhere, it’s especially a must-have for commercial fleets in urban areas where there are far more pedestrians and bikers. Across the United States, a pedestrian dies in a traffic accident every 88 minutes. Another 137,000 are injured, according to the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC). PWC systems give drivers the reaction time they need to prevent accidents. That’s why it’s become an in-demand collision avoidance system for [...]

How Do You Prevent Rear-end Collisions in Fleet Vehicles?

Rear-end collisions account for about 20 percent of all traffic accidents, many involving injuries and even fatalities. Innovative technology now allows fleet managers to address this situation by using devices that prevent rear-end collisions in fleet vehicles. The National Transportation Safety Board reports that Forward Collision Warning (FCW) systems such as those offered by Mobileye could help reduce injuries and deaths from rear-end collisions by 80 percent. These systems address what causes the majority of rear-end collisions: distracted drivers who don’t see that they are about to hit someone from behind until it’s too late. Fleets increasingly adopt this innovative technology that prevents rear-end collisions and helps fleets better manage both driver safety and the enormous costs [...]

What is Forward Collision Warning (FCW)?

Read-end collisions rank among the most common types of car accidents, as well as one of the most dangerous. They happen with little or no warning as drivers sit in their car, often at a red light or stop sign, helplessly watching in the rearview mirror as another vehicle races toward them, eventually slamming into them from behind. Rear-end collisions account for about 7 percent of annual car crash fatalities, according to the Insurance Information Institute. They also account for more than 20 percent of all crashes. And one of the main causes of rear-end collisions are distracted drivers. . Forward Collision Warning (FCW) systems address that issue. They alert drivers when the distance between them and [...]

Truck Driver Safety Programs Just In Time For Summer Spikes

iLink Fleet Solutions, Inc and our Mobileye collision avoidance systems can improve your car and truck driver safety programs this summer. And because safety is our number one priority – we want to help everyone stay safer on the roads this summer, this fall, and beyond. How Can iLink Help Your Truck Driver Safety Programs? Our Mobileye products can help in accident avoidance for any size fleet and on any size vehicle. From semi-trucks in oil and gas fleets to vans, cars, and everything in between, iLink can improve your car or truck driver safety program with our aftermarket systems. With warnings when your drivers are distracted, drifting over the lane lines, following too closely, or there is [...]

How Do You Prevent Fleet Crashes?

A primary focus for all fleet managers is finding ways to prevent fleet crashes. Some of the most successful approaches include ongoing driver training, creation of a safety policy, and investing in advanced technology. Developing a successful approach to the issue ranks among the biggest challenges for fleet managers. But accident avoidance systems, training drivers on the best practices for using in-cab technology and integrating both into an overall safety plan puts fleet managers on the road to a better performing operation. Key Components to Prevent Fleet Crashes Fleets must take a multi-faceted approach in the drive to prevent fleet clashes. The following are three key areas that most fleets should put into place. Fleet Safety [...]

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