HYUNDAI MNSOFT Partners with Netradyne to Lead the Next Generation of Autonomous Vehicle Technology Globally

Utilizing Dynamic Crowd-Sourced Deep Vision Technology, Netradyne and HYUNDAI MNSOFT Will Offer the Industry‘s Most Dynamic HD Mapping Platform

SAN DIEGO, December 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Netradyne, a leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, today announced a global partnership with HYUNDAI MNSOFT, a Hyundai Motor Group subsidiary specializing in location-based services (LBS), cloud-based connected navigation software and future high definition (HD) maps for autonomous vehicles. Each bringing a unique skillset and expertise, this partnership seeks to develop HD maps to drive forward future vehicle technologies.

Grounded in the vision of ensuring our global roadways improve from a safety standpoint, these two organizations will create a strong collaborative environment for their individual artificial intelligence and research and development teams. HYUNDAI MNSOFT will leverage Netradyne’s dynamic crowd-sourced deep vision technologies for the development of HD Maps in its next generation vehicles.

“Netradyne’s vision-based road feature analytics maintain the most technologically advanced HD maps,” said Byoungkeun Woo, VP of HYUNDAI MNSOFT. “With this agreement, we will make additional efforts to develop our HD maps for the safety of all autonomous vehicles.”

Netradyne has been in a competitive proof of concept (POC) trail with HYUNDAI MNSOFT for close to a year, leveraging its Driveri™ camera to map parts of the United States in high definition. While several competitors have participated in partnerships surrounding Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR)-based mapping collaborations, Netradyne’s differentiated approach ultimately stood out to Hyundai as it relies on crowd-sourced deep vision analytics—a more affordable approach to HD Map generation which ultimately offers feasible dynamic updates.

“After going head-to-head with competitors within the space for nearly a year, Netradyne is looking forward to collaborating with an organization as forward-thinking as HYUNDAI MNSOFT,” said Sandeep Pandya, President of Netradyne. “We are proud to have been recognized as a technology leader in the dynamic vision-based HD map data generation, and as a provider of DriveriTM, the most advanced aftermarket driver safety monitor and real-time alerting solution.”

DriveriTM is a vision-based driver recognition safety program that captures every minute of the driving experience, delivering safety managers a complete view of their driver’s day, now including advanced HD Map data capabilities.

“With DriveriTM, real-time, edge computing provides immediate updates,” explained David Julian, CTO of Netradyne. “DriveriTM mapping leverages a simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) approach to crowd-source updates for dynamic events such as accidents, or road construction, in addition to static elements such as lane markings, signs, signals and more.”

Close collaboration to develop HD maps globally between the AI research and development (R&D) and product teams at both HYUNDAI MNSOFT and Netradyne is expected to enable safer next-generation vehicles.

“The announcement made between HYUNDAI MNSOFT and Netradyne speaks to the need for advanced AI and AV companies to work together to support advancing driver and fleet safety, location and tracking data and bring intelligent data to those adopting autonomous vehicle technology,” said industry analyst, Stephanie Atkinson, CEO of CompassIntel.com and Chair of IoT6 Exchange Summit.

About Netradyne, Inc.
Founded in 2015, Netradyne has technology innovation centers in both San Diego, CA and Bangalore, India where teams are hyper-focused on next generation transportation safety technology. From HD Maps for Autonomous Vehicles to launching a novel driver safety platform for Commercial Vehicles. Grounded in the vision of applying Artificial Intelligence for improving transportation safety, Netradyne delivers a holistic view of the driving environment to fleet owners while serving as their driver’s advocate. For more information about Driveri™ or to inquire about commercial vehicle safety tools, please visit www.Netradyne.com.


Established in 1998, HYUNDAI MNSOFT, a Hyundai Motor Group subsidiary, is the global provider of embedded navigation and related contents for Hyundai-Kia vehicles. The company is a cloud-based geographic information system (GIS) provider including server-based routing, traffic information, multiple location-based services and other critical contents to Hyundai and Kia customers. HYUNDAI MNSOFT is the exclusive mobile app provider to Hyundai Blue Link and Kia UVO users in Europe, India, and Korea expanding its services globally.  HYUNDAI MNSOFT also provides the #1 cloud-based navigation software in Korea, mappy. To learn more, please visit www.hyundai-mnsoft.com

December 4th, 2018|

Netradyne Celebrates the Capture and Analysis of over 100M Minutes of Driving Video Data using its Vision-based Driver and Road Safety Platform, Driveri™

Driveri™ Continues to Transform the Commercial Transportation Industry by Gathering Deep Insights into Driving Behavior and Providing Opportunities for Driver Recognition

SAN DIEGOOct. 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Netradyne, a leader in artificial intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, has announced that its Driveri™ vision-based driver recognition safety program has captured and analyzed over 100 million minutes of driving video data. The analyzed data drives forward new feature development and lays the groundwork for positioning Netradyne as a crucial contributor for next-generation autonomous vehicles. This has led Netradyne to become one of the fastest growing artificial intelligence (AI) solution providers, a remarkable hallmark on the company’s three-year anniversary.

“Our team is thrilled to have generated such a deep resource of contextualized data so quickly,” said Avneesh Agrawal, CEO, Netradyne. “We are grateful to have such an incredible customer community that finds value in Driveri™ through the power of positive recognition and fleet safety.”

The growing Driveri™ customer community is represented by a wide range of transportation segments including passenger vehicle ride share, luxury limousine service, vans and pick-up trucks, utility vehicles, last-mile delivery, freight and heavy-duty trucking.  A point of commonality amongst this group is that they each leverage the Driveri™ platform for a complete view of their operations, including identifying excellent driving practices and identifying areas for performance coaching.

Netradyne leverages its deep archive of captured and analyzed driving data to further strengthen its technology portfolio in the following areas:

  • Driveri™ Deep Learning: As the units are deployed and operating in customer environments, the system actively ‘learns’ during trips, capturing road signage, traffic, and unique driving patterns and environments. This enables the system to continually improve performance.
  • Insurance: Partnering with insurance carriers and actuarial partners, the unique contextual data captured and analyzed by Driveri™ can enhance rating and underwriting accuracy as carriers tailor rates and coverage to a fleet’s actual risk profile.  Additionally, with traditional coaching and the new real-time driver engagement tool, the programs move beyond merely measuring risk to substantially reducing risky behavior. This ultimately shifts the risk curve with measurable incident reductions that saves both lives and dollars.
  • Driver Signatures: The captured data provides a comprehensive view into a driver’s performance including the number of GreenMinutes (positive driving minutes) and key performance indicators such as average following distance and compliance to traffic signs.  Customers are finding that a deeper view into their resources provides an opportunity to optimize their productivity.
  • RiskMaps: Through the analysis of the continuously captured data, Netradyne provides visualization and mapping of geographic risk factors. With these RiskMaps, customers have deeper visibility, and historical and geographical context into unsafe driving events.
  • Dynamic HD Maps for Autonomous Vehicles: As the captured and analyzed data set continues to grow, Netradyne is able to provide one of the deepest sets of dynamic high definition map data of roadways. This allows the company to partner with global OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers engaged in the research and development of autonomous  vehicles.

Netradyne is emerging as a technology innovator by utilizing AI, Machine Learning (ML), and Edge Computing to significantly enhance road and driver safety.  Driveri™ is a vision-based driver recognition and fleet safety platform that captures and analyzes every minute of every driving experience, providing commercial fleet managers with insights into positive driving and identifying opportunities for individual coaching.  The net result is reduced driving incidents, more awareness around risk and ability to reward positive driving; all of which improves driver retention.

“Other companies are using simulated miles to train their deep learning models. We believe that there is no substitute to using actual driving miles. We are on track to have the largest collection of training data in the industry that we are using to continuously enhance our Deep Learning Engine,” said David Julian, CTO and founder of Netradyne.

“Over the past three years, we have seen a tremendous interest in the applications of AI, Machine Learning and Edge Computing,” says Avneesh Agrawal, Netradyne’s Founder and CEO. “The collection of captured and analyzed data provides new opportunities that haven’t existed before in safety and risk reduction, driver recognition, statistical modeling, and advanced vehicle development.”

About Netradyne, Inc.

Founded in 2015, Netradyne has technology innovation centers in both San Diego, CA and Bangalore, India where teams are hyper-focused on launching a driver safety platform for Commercial Vehicles. Grounded in the vision of applying Artificial Intelligence for improving fleet safety, Netradyne delivers a holistic view of the driving environment to fleet owners while serving as their driver’s advocate. For more information about Driveri™ or to inquire about commercial vehicle safety tools, please visit www.netradyne.com.

October 29th, 2018|

Zoomcar Accelerates Focus on Driver and Road Safety with Netradyne’s Driveri™

Netradyne, an artificial intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, has announced its association with Zoomcar. Zoomcar has deployed Netradyne’s flagship product, Driveri, a vision-based driver recognition safety system, to improve road and driver safety for their fleet.

With the deployment of Driveri™, Netradyne aims at reducing the risk of accidents for Zoomcar’s fleet. The joint efforts are intended at providing a positive driving experience to Zoomcar’s customers. The device will alert customers during an at-risk driving situation, giving them enough reaction time to save an impending collision and inform them of a mistake which could be avoided in the future.

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October 27th, 2018|Tags: , , |

A Trucking Firm Installs Cameras To Promote Driver Safety And The Drivers Like It? Preposterous!

There is a driver shortage. Driver pay is increasing rapidly after years of stagnation. Drivers have choices. So, it came as a great surprise to me when Dale Willis, the Vice President of Data Services at Netradyne, said that his company’s camera and AI-based analytics system, used to improve driver safety, is appreciated by truck drivers! In my experience, drivers do not like Big Brother. I was skeptical.

Media contacts for Netradyne did arrange a call with me with a driver, fleet safety executive, and safety training manager at Ward Transport and Logistics Corporation to attempt to confirm the outlandish allegation that drivers appreciated this technology. Ward Transport, a fourth-generation family owned company, primarily engages in less-than-truckload shipments.  They have a fleet of 600 vehicles.

The reason Ward Transport wants to expand to the rest of the fleet is that the system works well, it is the best video quality Mr. Dunn has seen. The camera, attached to the truck’s windshield, has cameras that face to the left and right, face forward, and face the driver. The cameras have a high enough resolution that in the event of an incident, reflected images picked up from the mirrors attached to the side of the truck can in many instances be viewed to determine what happened beside the vehicle.

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October 13th, 2018|

Artificial Intelligence in India [Documentary]

Source: Analytics India Magazine

Here’s the first trailer for our upcoming documentary on Artificial Intelligence in India. Today we spend more time behind the wheels then we would have a few years back. In Cities like Banglore where the roads are shrinking and number of vehicles increasing exponentially the situation is even worse. We already convey distance in terms of time rather than Kms. On an average, a person spends 3-4 hours a day behind the wheel. While we all are struggling to claim our share of the downtrodden roads we fight with a variety of stakeholders ranging from stray cows to speeding Taxi drivers.

September 30th, 2018|

Artificial Intelligence Leader, Netradyne, Raises $21 Million in Series B Funding, Accelerating Artificial Intelligence Innovation and Improving Road and Driver Safety

Funding Will Allow the San Diego and Bangalore-based Company to Make a Sizable Investment in AI and Deep Learning Within the Commercial Vehicle Space and in New Industry Segments

SAN DIEGOSept. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Netradyne, a leader in artificial intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, has announced $21 million in new Series B funding. Investors in this round include Reliance Industries Limited (through its subsidiary RIIHL), who previously invested $16 million during Netradyne’s Series A round of funding, M12, Microsoft’s corporate venture arm, and Point72 Ventures. M12 led the investment round and will now hold a role on the board, bringing additional resources and expertise focused on scaling the company.

“Reliance is committed to fostering an ecosystem by investing ahead and in enabling intelligent connectivity solutions for the future of hyper connectivity. The follow up funding underscores our commitment to Netradyne’s engineering talent working on cutting edge technologies in the fields of AI and Machine Learning,” said Mathew Oommen, President Technology, Networks at RJIL, Reliance’s digital communications and services venture.

“We’re excited about our investment in Netradyne, an innovative company that we believe has the ability to create a safe new driving standard for commercial vehicles,” said Samir Kumar, managing director at M12. “Netradyne’s Driveri system uses deep learning and computer vision at the edge, enabling rich contextual insights that help fleets establish safe driving practices.”

“The customer momentum Netradyne has generated over the last year speaks volumes about their AI team and the innovative products they continue to develop,” said Sri Chandrasekar, Partner at Point72 Ventures. ” We are excited to be a part of the team as they transform the driver safety industry.”

Netradyne is emerging as a technology innovator; utilizing AI, Machine Learning (ML), and Edge Computing to significantly enhance road and driver safety.  The additional investment will be utilized to expand the team that has created early success for its product, Driveri™.  Driveri™ is a vision-based driver recognition and fleet safety platform that captures and analyzes every minute of every driving experience, providing commercial fleet managers with insights into positive driving and identifying opportunities for individual coaching.  The net result is reduced driving incidents, more awareness around risk and ability to reward positive driving; all of which improves driver retention.

The funding underlines the upward trajectory Netradyne has been on over the last year, which includes greatly appreciated growth within the Driveri™ community, stellar additions to the engineering team, continued invention in visual analytics and creative ideation allowing entry into new markets.

With the Series B funding, Netradyne will be making a sizable investment in the application of AI and deep learning in new industry segments, examples include:

  • Dynamic 3D/HD Mapping: Provides real-time, crowd-sourced, high definition (HD) maps using commercially deployed Driveri™ devices. HD Maps enable improved transportation data analytics and autonomous vehicle research and development.
  • Data Analytics: Gives real-time insight into numerous aspects of driving, including road conditions, driver behaviors, unique driving scenarios, seasonal and weather-specific considerations, traffic patterns and concentrated geographic risk areas.
  • Insurance: Transforms analyzed data into comprehensive offerings insurance companies can use to underwrite and analyze professional drivers across the country.

“In a very short period of time, Netradyne has made major strides in commercializing next generation AI in ways that deliver tangible impact to real businesses,” says Avneesh Agrawal, Netradyne’s Founder and CEO. “We look forward to the next chapter in Netradyne’s growth where we extend our value proposition within the commercial fleet industry, while creating new paths into emerging technology segments.”

To learn more about Netradyne, visit www.netradyne.com.

About Netradyne, Inc.

Founded in 2015, Netradyne has technology innovation centers in both San Diego, CA and Bangalore, India where teams are hyper-focused on launching a driver safety platform for Commercial Vehicles. Grounded in the vision of applying Artificial Intelligence for improving fleet safety, Netradyne delivers a holistic view of the driving environment to fleet owners while serving as their driver’s advocate. For more information about Driveri™ or to inquire about commercial vehicle safety tools, please visit www.netradyne.com.

About Reliance (Reliance Industries Limited)

Reliance is India’s largest private sector company and a diversified business group. The groups business interests span petroleum refining and marketing, petrochemicals, retail, hydrocarbon exploration and production, digital communications and services. The group’s digital communications initiative Reliance Jio is ranked No.1 in Fortune’s Change the World List, 2018. Visit http://www.ril.com/ to learn more.

About M12

As the corporate venture arm for Microsoft, M12 (formerly Microsoft Ventures) typically invests in enterprise software companies in the Series A through C funding stage. As part of its value-add to portfolio companies, M12 offers unique access to strategic go-to-market resources and relationships globally. Visit https://m12.vc/ to learn more.

About Point72 Ventures

Point72 Ventures is the early-stage venture capital strategy funded exclusively by Steve Cohen and eligible employees of Point72 Asset Management, with offices in Palo AltoStamford, Connecticut, and New York. We invest in entrepreneurs who are transforming the economy through advances in financial technology and artificial intelligence. Steve Cohen is the founder and CEO of Point72 Asset Management, which invests in a wide range of asset classes and situations through its businesses: Point72 Asset Management, EverPoint Asset Management, Point72 Ventures, Cohen Private Ventures, and Cubist Systematic Strategies.

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September 27th, 2018|

Easy Money: Driver Bonuses, Safety Go Hand-in-Hand for Vascor Transport

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Since its earliest days in a new country, the northwest corner of Ohio has always been a manufacturing hub. Today the region is dominated by auto manufacturers and suppliers. And that business – along with their demand for just-in-time parts deliveries, is the bread and butter of Vascor Transport, a regional-haul fleet based in Georgetown, Kentucky, right on the Ohio border.

The bulk of the fleet concentrates on regional hauls to and from automotive parts suppliers east of the Mississippi River, according to Chris DeRose, vice president of operations for Vascor, including regular routes into Indiana, Virginia, and northern Alabama.

Because of the wealth of information Vascor gets from Driveri, DeRose and his team were able to expand their driver pay bonuses to include operational bonuses.

“We wanted to increase driver pay, but we also wanted to get something in return for that commitment,” DeRose says. “Driveri gives us the tools to do this. As a result, we’re a safer fleet, and we can offer our drivers up to $3,900 a year in bonus pay. This year, that will work out to around $500,000. But if we get safer, have fewer accidents with no third-party lawsuit claims and burn less fuel – who knows? Maybe in a few years we’ll have $1 million in bonus money we’ll be able to pay out over the course of a year.”

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September 9th, 2018|

The 10 computer vision startups you need to watch out for

Computer vision combines machine learning, data processing, and AI to develop innovative solutions that find use cases on a daily basis.

A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words – and computer vision could perhaps make it worth much more.

A field of computer science that works to help computers see, identify, and process images much like human vision does, computer vision offers endless and exciting possibilities. Closely linked with Artificial Intelligence, computer vision also provides the appropriate output that exceeds the limitations of the human eye.

Computer vision combines elements of machine learning, data processing, and analytics. It is fundamentally about processing images and coming up with use-case models. For example, in a typical driving scenario, the sudden appearance of an object in front of the vehicle could have multiple results. But in a computer vision-enabled scenario, these possibilities are minimized as the object is noticed much before the human eye can.

In India, a significant number of computer vision startups are engaged in processing images whose use-cases are being deployed in eCommerce, medicine, security, transportation, industrial automation, security, etc.

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August 23rd, 2018|

Using #AI and computer vision, Netradyne aims to make #driving a safer experience

The start-up’s name is a hat tip to its Indo-Western roots — ‘netra’ stands for the ‘eye’ or ‘vision’ and ‘dyne’ is ‘force’ in Greek — and translates to the power of vision.  Netradyne’s innovation helps fleet managers assign a driving score, identify errant drivers and coach them as well as set incentives to reward good drivers. This is made possible through Netradyne’s ‘GreenZone Driver Score’. A sophisticated dashboard shows up on the screen — that can be used by fleet managers to sift through the data uploaded by Driveri and take action accordingly.

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August 17th, 2018|Tags: |

The Big Rig Biz Meets Big Data, Tech

Digital Opportunities beyond Compliance

With ELD solutions serving as a technological entry point, trucking operations are exposed to a number of niche digital opportunities that can drive efficiencies and improve fleet safety. Companies like Netradyne focus on highly intelligent dash cams to monitor and manage driver performance, provide safety alerts, and expedite accident handling. [by Pat Nolan | 08/07/2018]

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August 7th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Driver safety is ‘all talk’ with this AI real-time road coach

With so much info coming at you while you’re on the road, another device seems like the last thing that would help.  But San Diego-based startup Netradyne wants its Driveri™ camera to help you drive better by actually monitoring how you drive — and giving you feedback. Using AI to teach its platform how to respond to situations on the road, the company works with fleets and commercial drivers.  It tracks driving and behavior in real-time and gives in-the-moment advice for dangerous situations.

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Halvor Lines Selects Netradyne Driveri™ Driver Recognition Fleet Safety Program after Head-To-Head Competitive Review

Halvor Lines, a leading transport and logistics services company, has selected to fully deploy their fleet with the Driveri™ vision-based driver recognition safety program, to strengthen their industry-leading safety, health and green initiatives.  The decision was made after a thorough competitive review and head-to-head pilot program. Company leaders at Halvor Lines cited several key factors in their decision to choose Netradyne Driveri™ including their driver’s driving experience, speed and timeliness of the delivery of meaningful data and a comprehensive program structure to recognize positive driver performance.

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July 28th, 2018|

Trucks Shift Into Higher Gear With New Technology

From tires to cabs, big rigs are getting smarter with new systems aimed at getting trucks to run safer, more efficiently and with lower operating costs.

Technology firms, including Netradyne — have designed camera systems that record both the driver and the road to capture video of dangerous incidents and provide coaching and analysis of driver actions.

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July 25th, 2018|

Ward Transport and Logistics Invests in Driver Recognition and Fleet Safety with Netradyne Driveri™

Ward Trucking selected Driveri™ over legacy event recorders to help drive forward a driver-first collaborative approach to fleet safety, service and recognition, creating additional value for their customers within the supply network.

“Our team understands the positive benefits of employee engagement: working together towards common goals and key performance indicators,” said Steve Dunn Director of Safety at Ward Transport and Logistics. “We were also looking to strengthen our safety program with leading-edge technology. Driveri™ provided a driver-friendly balance between deep insight into the driving environment, timeliness of meaningful data and recognizing the positive performance of our drivers.”

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July 13th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Netradyne elected to join NPTC Institute board of governors

Carol Heinowski, logistics manager and head of safety and compliance at Meijer Inc., was elected chairman of the National Private Truck Council at its Annual Education Management Conference and Exhibition in Cincinnati April 29-May 1.  Netradyne’s Adam Kahn, Vice President of Fleets was elected to the Board of Governors.

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May 12th, 2018|

NPTC – #Thumbsupdriving

Congratulations to McKee Foods Tim King #winning a new Apple Watch at the recent National Private Truck Council Annual Conference in Cincinnati.  #thumbsupdriving

May 7th, 2018|Tags: , |

Netradyne expands driver safety program with real-time alerts, mobile app

In just about two years’ time, Netradyne has made a name for itself with its artificial intelligence-influenced driver video coaching platform. The company, though, is not resting on what it has already accomplished and is now pushing forward by adding real-time notifications and a mobile app to its positive-recognition platform.

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May 7th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Netradyne’s Driveri™ turns real-time data into live driver coaching

The expanded suite of coaching tools is designed to create more collaboration and communication with the driver during their workday.

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May 7th, 2018|Tags: , , |

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“The two KPI’s used in modern Deep Learning to measure the quality of pattern matching are precision and recall,” said Sandeep Pandya, who is the president of NetraDyne. “Precision is a ratio of properly detected objects – that is, true positives — out of all the detected objects. Recall is the ratio of properly detected objects out of the entire population of legitimate objects.”

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May 5th, 2018|

Netradyne Introduces New Real Time Coaching Tools to Increase Driver’s Safety

Driveri™ RealTimeCoach provides drivers with immediate audible notifications inside the vehicle, helping to proactively reduce risk while the vehicle is moving.  In Addition, the Driveri™ MobileCoach App provides a direct communication link to the driver via electronic communication when the driver is not driving.

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April 25th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Netradyne Providing Deep Learning Solutions For Effective Fleet Management

Auto Tech Review caught up with Teja Gudena, Vice President, Engineering – Devices, Netradyne, to know more about its flagship product platform – Driveri™, back-end technologies and future mobility solutions that can be deployed in fleets.

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April 23rd, 2018|Tags: , , , |

Startup Stories: Revolutionizing Driving AI with Netradyne

David Julian has quite the resume. Once an engineer at NASA—more specifically, a communication systems engineer—and signal specialist in the mobile phone division at Qualcomm, he now serves as the enthusiastic CTO of San Diego startup Netradyne. We were curious how Julian has navigated the tech startup world, so spent an hour parsing his inspiration, his strategy, and his vision for new technologies—most notably artificial intelligence (AI). He also offers budding tech entrepreneurs some sage advice as they launch in the sea of 2018 tech innovation.

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April 4th, 2018|Tags: , , |

Mapping driver risk: Netradyne demos new vision-based safety tech at TCA event

[CCJ Article by Aaron Huff |] The Chief Executive of expedite carrier Load One, John Elliott, stopped by the Netradyne booth at the 2018 Truckload Carriers Association’s annual convention to see a demo of a new risk management feature.  During the demo given by Adam Kahn, Netradyne’s vice president of fleet business, Elliott saw a RiskMap populated with Load One data.

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April 3rd, 2018|Tags: , , , , |

Improving Road Safety With Machine Vision And Deep Learning

Fleet are turning to video-based driver performance solutions to avoid lost productivity and improve road safety for their drivers. Netradyne Driver™ is designed as a technology disruptor – leveraging Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, and Edge Computing – to provide fleets with an increased view of the driving experience, delivering meaningful data within minutes, and especially producing data that can be utilized for driver recognition and reward.

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March 27th, 2018|

Netradyne Introduces New RiskMap Feature to Identify Geographic Risk

The Driveri™ RiskMap feature analyzes the comprehensive data captured through Netradyne’s Driveri™ platform, to provide fleet managers with a complete view of how their drivers are driving by geography.  The RiskMap mapping feature recognizes and clusters specific driver behaviors which represent favorable or risky situations for the driver, fleet or general public. This gives safety managers the power to review and evaluate identified areas and modify fleet operations and routes to increase safety for all parties involved.

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March 26th, 2018|

Emerging and Future Fleet Data Technologies

When you hear the words artificial intelligence or machine learning, you may think of IBM’s Watson, or the 2001 Steven Spielberg flick about a robotic boy. When you hear blockchain, you may think bitcoin. Yet these and other emerging data technologies are already being employed in trucking and logistics.  Read how Netradyne’s Driveri™ is featured within the story.

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March 22nd, 2018|

2018 Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) Annual Convention

Come visit Netradyne [Booth#11] at the 2018 Truckload Carriers Association Annual Convention.

March 20th, 2018|

Netradyne Appoints New Vice President of Data Services and Insurance

Netradyne’s advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies are creating deep driver, vehicle and environmental analysis; yielding unique opportunities to create efficiencies in risk identification, data trend analysis and timely payment of insurance claims.

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March 19th, 2018|

10 Indian AI Startups To Watch Out For In 2018

Indian AI Startups Raised About $87.85 Mn In 2017


This article is part of Inc42’s Startup Watchlist annual series where we list the top startups to watch for 2018 from industries like AI, Logistics, Fintech etc.

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March 15th, 2018|

LeSaint Logistics Invests in Fleet Protection and Driver Recognition with Netradyne Driveri™

Netradyne, a leader in artificial intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, has announced a new customer partnership with LeSaint Logistics, an award-winning expert in third-party logistics and supply chain solutions. On the heels of their announcement, LeSaint has successfully deployed Netradyne’s Driveri™ solution—a vision-based platform designed to enhance driver safety—creating additional value for their customers within the logistics supply chain.

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March 7th, 2018|

Smart Automotive Solutions by Netradyne Meets Smart Memory Solutions by Western Digital

Teja Gudena (Vice President, Netradyne): From the technology point of view, we are purely an artificial intelligence company with two plus years of experience in this space. We are working on a driver safety and driver behaviour monitoring systems, using the real-time algorithms. It’s a part of autonomous driving technology. Basically, we are building complete intelligence on to the device.

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February 23rd, 2018|

Interview with Sandeep Pandya, President at Netradyne

USA Weekly has been interviewing companies from around the world to discover what challenges they are facing in their businesses. We also asked each company to share business advice they would give to a younger version of themselves.

Included is the interview with Sandeep Pandya, President at Netradyne.

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January 27th, 2018|

The best and worst places to drive

Truck drivers define a “good” driving experience differently that you or I do. “Navigating the driving environment in a vehicle that weighs over 26,000 pounds changes everything,” explains Adam Kahn, a vice president at Netradyne, an artificial intelligence company specializing in commercial fleet safety.

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January 21st, 2018|

Run Your Trucking Business Efficiently And In Compliance With These Great Businesses

Netradyne is a proud sponsor of the 2018 Safety and Regulatory Update Conference

Our annual trucking Safety and Regulatory Update conference is held on Jan 23rd and is about giving trucking companies, large and small, and drivers the knowledge to run their businesses efficiently and in compliance. We made sure to offer exclusive sponsors for each type of service that help transportation companies with this goal in mind.

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Netradyne announces new way to reward safe commercial drivers

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August 4th, 2017|

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Netradyne Announces One Million Miles of Data Recorded by its Driveri™ Vision-Based Safety Platform

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Load One, an Industry Leader in Technology Adoption, Selects Netradyne’s Driveri™ to Enhance Driver Recognition and Safety Program

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March 24th, 2017|

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Netradyne eyes US, India commercial vehicle market through AI-backed Driveri

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March 10th, 2017|

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Netradyne’s Driveri™ Vision-Based Safety Platform Announced as 2017 BIG Innovation Award Winner

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February 23rd, 2017|

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Startup Aims AI System for Safety, with Potential for Self-Driving

January 19th, 2017|

Netradyne to Improve Driver and Road Safety Using NVIDIA Jetson TX1

PR Newswire
January 4th, 2017|

AI Is On Board for Netradyne Inc.’s Fleet Monitoring Vision

San Diego Business Journal
November 10th, 2016|

NetraDyne’s Artificial Intelligence Platform Improves Road Safety

Sierra Wireless Case Study
October 31st, 2016|

Netradyne Expands Vision-based Driveri™ Platform With New Differentiated Deep Learning Functionality Designed to Further Enhance Driver Safety

Press Release
October 27th, 2016|

Netradyne Merges Technology to Enhance Fleet Management

San Diego Business Journal
October 17th, 2016|

The Deep Learning Market Map: 60+ Startups Working Across E-Commerce, Cybersecurity, Sales, And More

September 30th, 2016|

NetraDyne Launches Fleet Analysis Technology

Automotive Fleet
September 28th, 2016|

NetraDyne launches Driveri™ designed to enhance driver safety

September 28th, 2016|

Netradyne announces Driveri™ vision-based driver safety platform

Vehicle Service Pros
September 15th, 2016|

Netradyne uses artificial intelligence in new driver safety platform

September 15th, 2016|

Netradyne Introduces Video Safety System With Artificial Intelligence

Transport Topics
September 15th, 2016|

Netradyne Builds Artificial Intelligence into Camera-Based Safety System

September 15th, 2016|

NetraDyne, an Artificial Intelligence Leader, Launches Driver-i™, a Vision-Based Platform, Focusing on Commercial Vehicle Driver Safety

Press Release
September 15th, 2016|

Deep Learning-Based IoT Pioneer, NetraDyne, Inc., Raises $16 Million in Series A Funding from Reliance Industries Limited

Press Release
June 27th, 2016|