Boating safety simulator unveiled at Power Squadrons Meeting
Boating safety simulator unveiled at Power Squadrons Meeting_Mar2014 – Trade Only Today, the daily news for marine industry professionals, announces the new boating skills simulator is unveiled at the Power Squadrons Annual Meeting in January 2014.
Saving via “Virtual” Driver Training
Saving via “Virtual” Driver Training Sept2013 – Fleet Owner magazine, providing information about operations, vehicle maintenance, industry regulations and information-management technology, interviews Bob Davis, CEO & President of VDI, about driver training done better via driving simulation.
Officer.com Features VDI’s One Simple Decision 2.0 Program
Officer.com 2.0 Features VDI’s One Simple Decision 2.0 Program 2013– Officer.com, law enforcement’s leading source for news, training, jobs and online forums for local, county, state and federal law enforcement police and officers, features VDI’s One Simple Decision 2.0 program.
Truck News Magazine
Truck News VHD Semi Lesson s1.13– Truck News magazine, Canada’s leading trucking newspaper for the trucking industry, announces that VDI’s Virtual HD product now includes lessons for semi trucks.
Utility Fleet Professional
Utility Fleet Professional Fall2012 – Utility Fleet Professional publication is dedicated to utility fleets and equipment operations and features Virtual HD in their new technology section.
Facility Safety Management
Simulation_Training_Improves_Hazard_Recognition_Skills_FSM_10.12 – Facility Safety Management, source for workplace safety and risk free maintenance, features simulation as a better form of driver safety training.
Incident Prevention Publication
Train_Utility_Truck_Drivers_With_21st_Century_Technology_That_Works_10.12 – Incident Prevention publication, dedicated to utility safety and operations professionals, highlights how VDI’s hazard detection product, Virtual HD, is a better way to train utility fleets.
Fleet Owner Magazine
Fleet_Owner_Magazine_Bob_Davis_Interview_April_2012 – 80% of Senior Fleet Managers say they’re experiencing “negative consequences” while relying upon “traditional” methods of managing their operations and are increasingly looking for new strategic paths to follow.