Using Rubicon’s in-cab interface and desktop portal, cities can set priority streets, view all snow removal vehicles at once, provide digital turn-by-turn directions to drivers, and track route progress and completion.
The new design for the Galion Police Department allows for a higher level of visibility within the community.
Alton Police Chief said this is the direction he wants the city to go, pointing to environmental impact and financial savings.
The test is designed to identify technicians who possess knowledge of the skills required to diagnose, service, and calibrate ADAS on automobiles, SUVs, and light-duty trucks.
Two global fleet management and maintenance platforms are now integrated to improve fleet sustainability.
In March, the Postal Service announced its first order of new vehicles, in which 40,000 will have internal combustion engines (ICE), while only 10,000 will be fully electric.
The LAFD is the first fire department in the nation to purchase an all-electric fire engine from Rosenbauer.
The cameras will record traffic stops, vehicle pursuits, transport of anyone under arrest, and more. The department reports this is its latest step in increasing transparency in policing.
One vehicle will be shared among several departments, and the second will be used by the E911 center to act as a backup location.
The City of Pasadena, California, is implementing a three-year fleet replacement plan meant to address its aging fleet.
The Boston Fire Department will use the vehicle to develop new emergency procedures for rescues involving battery electric vehicles.
The RegenX1 is a single-engine, truck-mounted regenerative air sweeper that eliminates the work of maintaining two engines.
As federal customers electrify their fleets, the BPAs will allow them to get everything they need through the GSA — including over 1,165 electric vehicle charging products.
Rubicon SmartCity will help Scranton with its goal of digitizing operations, gathering and analyzing real-time data to optimize its recurring waste and recycling routes.
The City of Charlotte, North Carolina, is considering a $1.45 million investment in electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and a purchase of 55 electric vehicles for the fleet.
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