News – WIP1- use this one2019-03-12T21:16:33+00:00

“… What Netradyne has accomplished from a technological perspective is not easily replicable.”

Steve Banker, Forbes

“Netradyne’s vision-based road feature analytics will allow us to maintain the most technologically advanced HD maps,”

Byoungkeun Woo, VP of Hyundai MNSoft

“…he was blown away by the quality of the video sent into the office by the Netradyne camera system. Just as importantly, he didn’t feel like he was being overwhelmed with data…”

Chris DeRose, Vice President of Operations for Vascor

“Transportation and logistics companies have to become technology companies.,”

Shaleen Devgun, Chief Information Officer at Transportation Firm Schneider National Inc.

New Driveri® VisionPRO Provides Fleets with Greater Visibility In And Around Vehicles

The new hub gives customers eight different views to choose from that are seamlessly integrated into the Driveri Portal

SAN DIEGOMarch 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Netradyne, a leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, has announced the launch of VisionPRO, a new integrated vision safety system that allows customers to choose up to eight different camera angles to capture and analyze greater visibility for driving events.  Read More

Trump Signed An AI Research Executive Order. What Now?

February 25, 2019

U.S. President Donald Trump tried to make America great again this month by increasing research into artificial intelligence technology at a time when the U.S. is competing with other countries, namely China.

However, Trump’s order has raised concerns about the future of the industry. In conversation with Netradyne President Sandeep Pandya, he highlights that the future of AI does not depend on federal dollars. Read More

AI Tech to Protect Fleet Equipment

February 11, 2019

First there were trucks, then trucks got computers – followed by lots more computers, sensors, and processors of various kinds. The potential to measure connect, improve, and protect fleet operations exploded, but achieving real gains from all the data could take prohibitive time and effort. Here to help fleets kill the busywork and guesswork is ever-sharper artificial intelligence. Read More