GreenLine Mobility partners with Netradyne to make LNG CV fleet safer

GreenLine Mobility partners with Netradyne to make LNG CV fleet safer

Netradyne, a Bengaluru-based AI tech company specializing in fleet and driver safety, has revealed its partnership with GreenLine Mobility Solutions, a foremost logistics company known for its LNG-powered heavy trucking services.

The collaboration is focused on improving the safety of Greenline’s fleet and drivers by utilizing Netradyne Driver I, a sophisticated vision-based technology. This technology employs intelligent edge computing to enable real-time evaluation of driver behaviour, offering detailed insights to fleet managers for enhanced safety measures.

The utilization of data-driven methodology pinpoints opportunities for enhancement, enabling customized and automated training initiatives aimed at enhancing overall safety protocols.

“We take immense pride in our established presence within the logistics sector, committed to decarbonising India’s logistics landscape. This collaboration epitomises our collective commitment to pioneering advanced safety standards. By integrating Netradyne’s Driver•i, our goal is to enhance driver safety, fostering a secure environment for our dedicated drivers while delivering superior service excellence to our customers.”

Anand Mimani, CEO, GreenLine Mobility Solutions said.

“We are beyond excited to join hands with GreenLine Mobility and look forward to supporting their fleet safety operations. Netradyne will ensure a smooth implementation and work closely with GreenLine Mobility to align better to their evolving business needs — and together, work towards creating safer roads and improved transportation standards in the industry.”

Durgadutt Nedungadi, Senior VP, Netradyne added.

In comparison to diesel trucks, GreenLine claims that its LNG trucks have a significant environmental impact, demonstrating up to a 30% reduction in CO2 emissions, the elimination of SOx, a 59% decrease in NOx emissions, a significant 91% reduction in particulate matter emissions, and a 70% decrease in CO emissions.