Safety Pioneers Conference 2022: Intel Onboard Fleet Services Solution showcased

By Divyank K. Bansal | on June 28, 2022

At the Safety Pioneers Conference, Intel reinforced its goal to enhance road safety in India by showcasing its AI-powered solution for commercial vehicles – Intel Onboard Fleet Services.

Intel India conducted a very successful Safety Pioneers Conference in Delhi recently. The event was inaugurated by Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari. The key agenda of the conference was to provide a shared platform for leading organisations and respective spokespeople from the domains of technology, transportation & fleet service providers, and government agencies to collaborate and bring solutions to address road safety-related challenges.

Intel Safety Pioneers Conference 2022

Furthering its focus on using technology for road safety, Intel India took this opportunity to showcase Intel Onboard Fleet Services Solution, an AI-powered fleet safety solution for commercial vehicles. Designed specifically for India’s commercial vehicle fleets to improve safety and predictability of an unforeseen event, the Onboard Fleet Services comprises Collision Avoidance Systems (CAS), Driver Monitoring Systems, and fleet telematics. Intel claims the technology can reduce the probability of accidents by 40 – 60% and overall efficiency losses by up to 50%.

The advanced telematics cover vehicle health and fuel analytics, along with a unique driver scoring and rating module. This can significantly help fleets reduce the risk of accidents and downtime while encouraging good driving practices through targeted incentivisation and reward programs. At the heart of the Solution is driver coaching, which activates 15 different inputs to provide individualised coaching recommendations for commercial fleets, who lose up to 25 workdays per accident involved.

Intel Onboard Fleet Services Hardware

How does the system work? It's powered by an array of in-cabin devices (as seen in the image above), along with a cloud portal, which includes actionable insights, analytics, and reports for fleet managers. The Solution also uses an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) from Mobileye, a leading AI-based Collision Avoidance System company owned by Intel.

The Solution is already deployed by 16 companies like Sure Group Logistics, Sankyu India Logistics, and Allanasons across different sectors, such as HAZMAT, Cold Chain, Third-Party Logistics (3PL), and Employee Transport.

Sharing her thoughts on the conference and road safety initiatives, Nivruti Rai, Country Head, Intel India, and Vice President, Intel Foundry Services said, 'Road safety has always been a pressing issue in our country, with the highest rate of traffic accidents in the world. Intel, along with its ecosystem partners from the government, industry, and academia has been relentlessly working towards leveraging the power of technology to help achieve India’s road safety goals. And this conference further extends the commitment by bringing together critical players to collaborate, innovate, and advance road safety for India.'

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