The Scania edition of the Apple Watch was made to advance truck driving safety by tracking health, keeping its wearer alert and monitoring the vehicle's needs as well.
As the company knows, "the most important part of any truck is the driver" -- a philosophy that it maintains in the design of the watch. With this in mind, Scania improves truck driving safety by offering features tailored specifically to professionals in the industry. This includes an option to call for help if injured when unloading cargo and others that keeps track of sleep patterns and activity levels. The watches also monitor fuel levels, which makes it easier to plan around stops. The smartwatches work to ensure that its wearer isn't missing out on any necessary physical activity to keep them healthy and is also alert enough to be on the road -- making it the perfect companion for professional drivers.
The Scania Apple Watch Improves Truck Driving Safety
1. Smartwatch-based Driver Safety - Opportunities for developing smartwatch features tailored to professional drivers, such as tracking sleep patterns, monitoring physical activity and alertness, and calling for help if injured.
2. Vehicle-monitoring Wearables - The development of wearable devices that monitor and track the health of vehicles, increasing safety and efficiency.
3. Integrating Wearables with Vehicle Technology - Opportunities for creating seamless integration between smartwatches and vehicles, such as monitoring fuel levels and offering real-time suggestions for planning stops.
1. Transportation - Using smartwatch technology in the transportation industry to improve driver safety and vehicle efficiency, while also identifying areas for innovation and growth.
2. Wearable Technology - Expanding the functionality of wearables beyond consumer use, with a particular focus on monitoring the health and performance of both drivers and vehicles.
3. Automotive - Exploring opportunities to develop more integrated, and connected vehicle technology that harnesses the power of smart wearables and other emerging technologies for safety and efficiency.