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How Big Data Can Improve Your Driver Training Program, Sponsored by Vigillo
With technological innovations and the data it generates literally pouring off today's trucks, we have the ability to know more about driver behavior than we could have imagined just a few years ago. So how does a safety department in 2018 collect, analyze and deploy all of this wisdom to affect change in driver behavior?
In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges of data overload and offer real solutions to enhance safety and driver performance by leveraging data-driven training. We will give practical advice on how to implement a fully integrated, data-driven training program designed to offer real-time remedial/corrective action training, and show how we use data for hands-off administrative enrollment and assignment - complete with scoring and automated reporting.
We will offer pro tips on:
Steven G. Bryan, President
A veteran technology leader, Steve is the Founder and President of Vigillo, a SambaSafety company. Founded in 2007 Vigillo employs a team of data scientists and software engineers specializing in the Big Data that flows from hundreds of sources within the commercial transportation and logistics industry. Steve and his assembled team bring over 200 years' experience in the areas of statistics, software development, risk management, and compliance. Steve has combined his legal and business experience to lead five previous software start-ups and emerging companies to success. He has also worked as a District Manager for Dow Jones & Co., and served for six years in the U.S. Army (Maintenance Sergeant). Steve holds an M.B.A./J.D. and received a B.S. in Economics from Willamette University.
Brian Kubiak, Director of Marketing - Training
Brian Kubiak has over 20 years of experience in product management and has managed the Training Product business for J. J. Keller and Associates for over ten years. In his tenure at J. J. Keller, Brian has contributed to the advancement of driver training curriculum and supports development of new training delivery technologies.
Mark G. Schedler, Senior Editor - Transportation Management
Mark joined J. J. Keller in 2016, with 25 years of transportation experience in operations, customer service, logistics, and finance. As a Senior Editor in the Transportation Publishing Department of Editorial Resources, he is responsible for developing and updating content for existing materials as well as developing new products and supporting customer solutions. Mark's primary areas of expertise include transportation operations and safety, hours of service, and ELD requirements. Mark also presents to live audiences and helps customers with their regulatory issues.
Tim Allen, DOT Compliance Manager, Central States Manufacturing, Inc.
Tim has 22 years of experience in DOT Compliance and Transportation Management and currently serves as the DOT Compliance Manager for Central States Manufacturing of Lowell, AR. Central States operates out of 9 locations with a network of thousands of distributors for its manufactured steel buildings including garages, industrial buildings, roofing and agricultural applications.
THIS WEBINAR IS SPONSORED BY VIGILLO
Vigillo, a SambaSafety company, leads the trucking industry in analyzing fleet safety data to provide insights that impact safety performance. Vigillo offers the most comprehensive driver MVR and CSA data monitoring solution providing customers with the ability to manage and track driver performance, mitigate high risk driver behavior and address driver safety through the entire employment lifecycle. Based in Portland, Oregon, Vigillo was founded in 2007. For more information, please visit https://vigillo.com/.
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