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Zombie Dispatch, a game for creating awareness about trucking and truck drivers

Published: 19 October 2016

Omnitracs today launched a new web-based game called Zombie Dispatch, designed to recognize the important role of trucking and truck drivers in our economy as well as illustrate technologies and solutions to help fleets be more efficient, and easing the burden on fleet managers and hardworking drivers.

The Zombie Dispatch game takes place in the immediate aftermath of a zombie outbreak. Players are challenged to complete a number of truck driving missions to deliver a cure to the hospital and prevent the possibility of a zombie apocalypse. Players navigate their trucks through rural and urban settings, safely dodging debris and damaged vehicles while eliminating the waves of zombies emanating from the infected area.

Zombie Diispatch
Zombie Diispatch

Zombie Dispatch is a fun game with a serious message, that Omnitracs is committed to providing the technology to improve the way the drivers and fleet managers view, and improve, the important role of trucking in the economy.”

According to a study by Frost and Sullivan, implementing connected truck technology like Omnitracs offers, results in a 10-15 percent increase in productivity, 30 minutes a day in saved labor cost, up to a 25 percent reduction in fuel costs, and up to 20 percent increase in vehicle utilization. And still, despite advances in technology, automation and self-driving technologies, human drivers will play the most essential role in the transportation industry for years to come.

 

About Piyush Rajan

Asst. Business Editor |Telematics Wire | Smart automotive

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