Although Black Friday and Cyber Monday are behind us, most Americans still have a large portion of their holiday shopping to complete. In a year of turmoil and pandemic scammers have gotten very sly in their manipulative ways to steal gifts, money, and personal identity, especially in the new digital world we live in where online shopping for the holidays is expected to increase by 30%. Emails, text messages, and now curbside pickup are all ways to be scammed out of your holiday goods.
Technology is progressing quickly through the trucking industry. The next big advancement could mean the end of vehicle mirrors. According to Fleetowner Magazine, “The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is considering allowing a camera monitor system, or CMS, to replace rearview and sideview mirrors on commercial trucks. “
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.
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.