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Netradyne Announces Driveri D-430 with Most Powerful Processor Available


Netradyne announced the expansion of its Driveri® product line with the introduction of the D-430 video safety device. Additionally, the company announced enhancements to its mobile app and a host of industry-leading features to its vision-based safety platform.

The D-430 retains all of the advanced features and functionality of its predecessor, the D-410. But the D-430 offers next-level performance including processing capabilities, upgraded imaging sensors, higher accuracy GPS, and improved visual object detection. Pairing fast, real-time processing with onboard camera sensors, fleets have visibility to make decisions that improve safety and reduce accidents.

“We have consistently focused on designing, creating, and deploying the most advanced vision-based platform available,” says Avneesh Agrawal, CEO, Netradyne. “With this newest release, we have pushed the boundaries of computational power, thereby enabling the system to quickly and accurately recognize superior driving performance or address risky driving behavior in real-time before it becomes an unsafe event.”


Driveri provides fleet managers with a view of drivers’ activity through real-time, positive driving notifications and best practice identification. It provides positive, supportive comments along with constructive feedback. This engages drivers in balanced interactions that promote productive and collaborative relationships and ultimately safer drivers.

Driveri also streamlines coaching workflows, providing automated weekly coaching sessions pushed to the driver through the Driveri Mobile App. The Driveri Mobile App is a tool for both drivers and fleet safety managers to enhance driver safety. It provides drivers with real-time access to view and improve their GreenZone® driver score and ranking. GreenZone is the industry’s first driver score built to recognize good driving, versus solely focusing on negative events, and is quickly becoming the industry standard in driver performance. Drivers can self-coach by reviewing key events with accompanying suggestions on how to improve performance as well as increase their score.

“The Driveri App is core to our driver-first approach,” says Adam Kahn, president, Netradyne. “It’s proven that drivers who use the app average a 51-point higher GreenZone score than drivers that do not, all without manager intervention. Because of the awareness it provides, the app enables drivers to take charge of their performance and professionalism. Fleets that use the app will more quickly realize the benefits of enhanced safety, improved driver data transparency, higher driver retention, and better business performance.”


Driveri’s new industry leading features and functionality include:

  • Recommended Coaching: Helps fleets determine which drivers to coach to improve risky driving behaviors. Drivers with low GreenZone Scores, drops in scores versus the previous week, or high alerts are selected for weekly coaching.
  • Compound Alerts: Add context to existing base alerts and highlight risky driving events involving multiple driving behaviors. Instead of a fleet manager seeing that a driver was “only” distracted while driving, the manager can now see that the driver was also following too close, which led to a hard brake event caused by distractions. This provides fleet managers with elevated insights into higher risk driver behavior.
  • Vehicle Groups: Enable fleets to assign vehicles to the same groups as drivers or create “vehicle-only” groups. This works well for fleets where drivers may operate a different vehicle each day.
  • Vehicle Locator/Live Tracking Improvements: Provide greater visibility into vehicle location, ignition status, vehicle speed, date and time of the last location update, and city/state.

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