Bruce Outridge Joins Panel On The Future of Now Show with Bonnie D. Graham

The Future of Now Show

It is amazing what opportunities can stem from an interview. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to be a guest on Read My Lips Radio with host Bonnie D Graham (a.k.a Radio Red). We hit it off so well that when she began hosting a new show about technology she asked me to create a panel that could talk about technology and the future in the transportation industry. Although there were many people in the industry I chose four people that use it daily and are from different sectors of the industry. Included were Vickie deVos of iMVR, Chris Harris of Safety Dawg, and Jeremy Thiel of DriverCheck. We all get along and had a great time. Have a listen to the interview through the links below and I am sure you will be as inspired as I am with host Bonnie D Graham. Enjoy.

Listen to the audio version of the show here

https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id468660116

Watch the video below

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/124148/tech-goes-on-the-road-the-future-of-trucking

The Future of Now Show

 

About the Show

Ripped from the headlines: transwood.com: “Technology is becoming an increasingly important part of everyday trucking life…improving trucker safety, efficiency and saving transportation companies…a new mobile app [Jan. 2019] helps truckers find safe and close-by parking spaces via smart phone, in-cab information systems and the DOT 511 platform.” trucks.com: “Zero-emission (ZE) truck and bus models are on the verge of a major surge in the United States and Canada. Among the fastest-growing vehicle segments in the U.S. and Canada are medium-duty trucks typically used for urban delivery.” inboundlogistics.com: “Trucking companies and fleet managers must incorporate emergent tech and process innovations to stay relevant and retain their competitive edge.” We’ll ask Bruce Outridge, The Lead Pedal Podcast for Truck Drivers; Chris Harris, Dawg On-It Trucking PAWEDcast; Vickie DeVos, Fleet-Tax Services and iMVR Canada; Jeremy Thiel, DriverCheck, for their take on Tech and Future Trucking.

 

 

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