AI insights to help optimize operations, protect workers, and improve supply chain efficiency

Weather can cause a variety of problems for ground transportation companies. If drivers aren’t prepared, harsh conditions like icy roads, poor visibility, or violent storms may lead to delays, accidents, and even serious injuries.

Applying AI and analytics to weather and traffic data helps transportation companies and their drivers make better decisions about upcoming conditions. Customizable mobile alerts help employees and customers avoid danger while staying on schedule.

Combining weather and traffic data to enable smarter decisions

Congestion on the road can cause shipping delays, missed flights, and disgruntled customers. Travel Time Forecast helps businesses avoid these problems by analyzing weather and historical traffic data to anticipate what traffic conditions will be like on any given road at a certain time. This insight allows companies to adjust accordingly, unlocking the ability to improve supply chain operations, decrease costs, and increase customer satisfaction through better decision making.

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Operations Dashboard for Ground Transportation

This monitoring and alerting dashboard uses weather, traffic, and safety data to help companies optimize routes and warn drivers about hazardous conditions.

Weather Alerts for Worker Safety

Field workers can often be at high risk for weather-related hazards. With Weather Alerts for Worker Safety, companies can send localized, timely mobile alerts to notify workers of approaching danger.

Weather Data Packages

Weather Data Packages help you reduce costs, improve safety, and drive revenue by providing insight into the unique impact of upcoming weather on your business, regardless of industry.

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Driver Alerts: Your headlights into hazardous weather conditions

Drivers can only see as far as their headlights can reach. Hazardous conditions may sneak up on them and, potentially, lead to accidents and delays. But what if you could keep drivers informed of upcoming weather and road conditions up to 15 minutes ahead of time, allowing them to take avoidance measures to minimize impacts?