As the summer of 2022 comes to a close, I find myself looking back at some of our most recent accomplishments.
Although the first delay was needed due to a lack of certified ELDs, the spotlight has now shifted to whether law enforcement agencies across Canada are ready to enforce the regulation.
The ongoing situation in Ukraine can only be described as heartbreaking. For businesses in North America, the conflict is a reminder that energy is a limited commodity.
As we enter the new year, there is tremendous excitement among the ISAAC team to build upon our 2021 momentum. Achieving mandatory third-party ELD certification in Canada and expanding into the United States were two of the many exciting highlights of the past 12 months.
It seems nearly every day there is a new announcement surrounding the development of zero-emission, electric Class 8 commercial vehicles. While the traditional original equipment manufacturers remain the leaders of the pack, numerous new entrants are eyeing market share with a variety of battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell options.
On May 1, exactly 6 weeks will remain until the Canadian ELD regulation comes into effect. For ELD providers, this deadline is critical.
First of all, what exactly is the value of a business? Because to protect something, you have to know what it is!
As I’ve often said, the key to success is simple – it’s people. In my opinion, a company is first and foremost a group of people, not a product or brand.
Autonomous vehicles will have a place sometime in the foreseeable future. We have to ask ourselves what the best way is to ensure their smooth integration.