A partnership between bus company Putco and fleet-management organisation Netstar has enabled Putco to exponentially improve the safety of its fleet at a time when people are especially reliant on essential bus services.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown regulations mean that mobility is limited and licensed transport operators such as Putco are responsible for much of the people movement within and between provinces.
The partnership between Putco and Netstar, a subsidiary of Altron, means commuter safety is better than ever. A network of onboard cameras ensures Putco can monitor adherence to social-distancing guidelines, check that drivers and passengers are wearing masks, that passengers are sanitised when boarding the bus and that there is compliance with lockdown curfews. In addition, road safety performance has been significantly improved.
“Netstar telematics and fleet intelligence monitoring services allow Putco to check that passengers and staff are following…
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