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Safer Roads, Safer Drivers, Safer Fleets

Less accidents and improved operational efficiency are within reach.

From public safety, construction, disposal, transportation, freight, and more, these industries make up some of the most crucial fleets that our well-being, day-to-day operations, and infrastructure heavily rely on. These unique fleets do not always come equipped with the necessary safety tools. Even the simplest maneuvers can inflict fatality.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US saw 2,122 deaths in work-related vehicle accidents in 2019.

With the help of comprehensive technology integrations, drivers can operate safer while command centers can keep tabs on all active vehicles from afar. Taking proactive measures not only enhances the safety of the operator, but also mitigates potential risks and improves overall efficiency.

Potential crash sites for vehicles of all shapes and sizes

Parking lots
School zones
Construction zones
Emergency vehicle pull-off areas
Transit lanes
Bike lanes 

Prevent Collisions with Sophisticated, Cutting-Edge Enhancements

Fleet safety starts inside the vehicle. To operate safely and efficiently, drivers need to know their surroundings. They are challenged with obstacles on the road everyday. Being able to detect, warn and see blind spots on a vehicle can make all the difference in a work day.

Fairly simple technology upgrades is all it takes to achieve long-term safety gains. Proximity sensor systems ensure drivers, groundworkers, pedestrians, and cyclists are protected from harm by eliminating blind spots.

Real-Time Insights to Drivers 

Fleet operations can leverage telematics systems to track driver behavior, vehicle health, and routing. This data can be used to identify risky driving behaviors, prevent breakdowns, and find the most efficient routes — enhancing productivity while ensuring safety. 

Telematics systems also keep public safety personnel safe during mission critical operations. You can see exactly what your vehicles and drivers are doing, where they are, and where they’re going. You can even go back in time to explore every moment of a vehicle’s movement and activity.

The average cost of a commercial motor vehicle involved in a fatal crash is over $11 million.

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)

How can NEWCOM help?

In any business, as we gain implementation experience over time, we learn valuable skills. Where safety and security are paramount concerns, NEWCOM works with agencies to find custom solutions to solve complex problems. By working with the industry’s leading technology manufacturers, we can help reduce accidents and improve overall operational efficiency.

NEWCOM is a system integrator and solution provider of advanced technology for fleet safety. Our expert team designs solutions that maximize an agency’s investment in the face of ongoing technological change ranging from system analysis, design, installation, implementation, and system management, and raise the bar for the highest standards for customer support. To learn more, visit