Weather-related delays cost the trucking industry almost $3.5 billion annually in lost time, cancellations and schedule changes.
IMO 2020 is one of the most disruptive changes to the shipping industry. Find out what changes you can make to lessen the impact on your business.
Winter maintenance workers are often experts at developing familiarity with the roads they maintain because of the many hours spent working those routes. Maintenance workers that are relative beginners, however, will not have had the same experience and exposure.
Making informed travel decisions when the weather makes the roads treacherous can be difficult if you’re not sure whose advice to trust. Luckily, some states have Pathfinder to help travelers understand the weather situation.
Looking for a way to view the road ahead and sub-surface conditions? The heads-up display (HUD) feature in Iteris’ web-based maintenance decision support system (WebMDSS) provides a visual representation of the analyzed and forecast pavement conditions produced by the Highway Condition Analysis and Prediction System (HiCAPS) pavement model.
DTN and MeteoGroup will merge, increasing company sustainability, investment in innovation and commitment to customers globally.
Nearly every truck in the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s (MnDOT) fleet of about 800 is now equipped with road weather technology systems, giving drivers real-time data to determine the best course of action during each storm. Several systems work together to gather and share data with each operator and throughout the agency.
With the winter season fast approaching, DTN is excited to announce the addition of a number of new features to our maintenance decision support system, ClearPath Weather.
The 2019-20 Winter Weather Outlook is showing that winter weather this year appears to be less cold and wet than last year – good news for businesses.
Learn how DTN helps keep participants and spectators safe from lightning while at outdoor events.