Where would somebody look to decide what steps can be taken to increase driver safety? Is it technology that needs to be advanced in order to prevent the number of accidents? Or is it looking at the data and facts of how many truck involved accidents have occurred on our roadways? Perhaps there is a correlation between the two.
Well, here we are again, another year, another kickoff to summer and the beginning to millions of traveling vacationers heading out the door!
As time progresses we continue to see advancements in the technology that caters to human health. Hospitals and the equipment used to monitor the body are more advanced then they have ever been. Some simple tests that a doctor may have ran are now operated by technology and the tools that its creators made.
In recent years many of us can look back a decade or less when our lives were simplified with the help of app technology for mobile devices or cloud-based tools. There have been countless swings in the innovative technology that helps with time efficiency in both our personal and professional lives. However, in the professional aspect the argument could be made that the commercial and industrial sector of businesses might be lacking in tech savvy tools.
There are plenty of topics to look at when judging demand. Whether it be demand for fuel, freight, or drivers there are different signals to take into consideration. Traditionally for fuel it can be judged daily by taking a look at price spikes or drops. Then freight demand can be assessed seasonally or monthly by online load boards posted by brokerages.