PGT Trucking Introduces Headset To Detect Driver Fatigue.
May 18, 2015 (Monaca, PA) – PGT Trucking is proud to be the first company in the transportation industry to use a new technology designed to detect if a driver is fatigued or distracted and to alert him or her before something unsafe happens. Invented by Maven Machines, the Co-Pilot is a Bluetooth® headset with HD quality sound, and ground-breaking technology that keeps drivers safe. Five of PGT Trucking’s professional drivers are currently using the Maven Co-Pilot.
Gregg Troian, President of PGT Trucking, explains “We are the first to use it, but we believe many others in the industry will follow as this device proves its great value in keeping drivers safe. Keeping our drivers and the public safe is our first priority.”
“PGT Trucking has championed safety measures for over 30 years and is the ideal client to introduce the trucking industry’s first wearable fatigue-monitoring and alert system. We designed the Maven Co-Pilot to vigilantly detect fatigue and distraction and we’re proud to help keep their drivers Safe & Sound™,” said Maven Technologies CEO, Avi Geller.
About Maven Machines
Maven Machines is a leader in wearables technology for industrial applications. The company blends sensors, artificial intelligence, and wireless to provide contextually aware systems that actively guide, protect, and connect workers. The Maven Co-Pilot is a hands-free Bluetooth® headset for the trucking industry incorporating a real-time fatigue monitor and alert system to shield drivers from a leading cause of accidents – fatigue and distraction. Maven Machines is pioneering the “Hearables” category, starting with a system to keep commercial drivers Safe & Sound™.
About PGT Trucking
PGT Trucking Inc. is a multi-service transportation firm offering flatbed, dedicated, international, and specialized services. PGT operates in excess of 1,000 power units and over 1,500 trailers and is headquartered in Monaca, Pennsylvania. At PGT Trucking, “Safety is Everyone’s Job – All the Time”.