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.