Cargo image capture. How often have you wished for a truly reliable solution?
A picture is worth 1,000 words; in our industry, it’s worth countless dollars. How many times have you wished for eyes inside your trailer when you’re managing detention? How many times have you sent a driver for a trailer, only to find it’s still loaded?
In this age of smart trailer, it’s more important than ever to leverage breakthrough technology to achieve real accuracy in cargo detection.
But with most cargo sensors’ lack of reliability, that’s been a challenge. Extreme environmental conditions and varied and irregular load types such as “soft” cargo like carpet or paper have added to the issue. How can carriers utilize cargo image capture technology to combat detention and ensure trailer readiness?
In this upcoming webinar, you’ll hear how new cargo imaging technology tackles a $1B problem.
About Your Speakers
VP Product Management, Spireon
As VP of Product Management at Spireon, Reza Hemmati directs the evolution of the company’s Fleet and Asset Intelligence robust product line. Hemmati holds a MS in Computer Engineering from the University of California (San Diego), and certifications in Pragmatic Marketing Level II, CSPO and NPDP.
Senior Director Product Management, Spireon
As Senior Director Product Management, Platform & Devices at Spireon, Ken Tarmas oversees the company’s telematics device hardware product evolution. Tarmas holds an MBA from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, with a BA in Music and Electrical Engineering from UC Irvine.
Principal Product Manager, Spireon
As Principal Product Manager at Spireon, Terence Lei specializes in software product evolution for the Fleet and Asset Intelligence business. Lei holds an MBA from the University of California (Irvine), and an MSEE in Electrical Engineering from California State Polytechnic University (Pomona).