• Potential Wiper Attacks From Iran (06/27/19)
    Data Breach Today reported this week that “Iran is increasing its malicious cyber activity against the U.S, which could manifest in ‘wiper’ (malware) attacks that render computers unusable” (according to a top U.S. cybersecurity official). In 2012, Saudi Aramco (oil giant) experienced a vicious wiper attack that disabled tens of thousands of workstations. Shipping in the region also appears to be threatened as earlier in June, “the U.S. accused Iran of planting magnetic mines that damaged commercial Japanese and Norwegian shipping vessels sailing in the Persian Gulf.” Christopher Krebs of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security recommended that U.S. institutions increase their basic cybersecurity defenses. (For more, search “Iran wiper” at https://www.databreachtoday.com/)
  • AI Autonomous Trucks by Volvo and Nvidia (06/20/19)
    As Nvidia continues plans for technology in autonomous vehicles, they “announced on Tuesday that it will lend its Nvidia Drive platform to Volvo Trucks for use in the development of self-driving trucks”. The joint development plan uses Nvidia’s Drive AGX Pegasus platform for vehicle computing power, the Drive AV software for sensor data and planning paths, and the Drive Constellation simulation platform for testing. Lars Stenqvist, Volvo Group's CTO, explained that "With this partnership we will further increase our speed of development and strengthen our long-term capabilities and assets within automation, to the benefit of our customers in different segments and markets." (For more search ‘Volvo Nvidia’ at https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/)
  • ATA Committed to Support US Transportation Bill (06/14/19)
    The ATA is “committed to working with (US) lawmakers as they begin work on a transportation reauthorization bill”, stated American Trucking Associations (ATA) President, Chris Spear. This commitment involves assisting the House Transportation and Infrastructure committee to write legislation that looks as far out as 15 years to strengthen and grow the industry’s workforce, shape free and fair trade agreements, and describe ways the trucking industry can invest to address the US decaying infrastructure. Spear also explained that “the trucking industry invests approximately $10 billion annually in safety initiatives, including onboard technologies”, as well as “driver safety training, driver safety incentive pay and compliance with safety regulations”. (Read more at News section of: https://www.trucking.org/Home.aspx)
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Parsifal Enhances PAS™ Audit System Technology

Parsifal Corporation continues to enhance their technology edge in the industry. Parsifal has developed and released an upgraded version of its Audit Technology, PAS™ V. 7.0 which provides the entry/upload of Line Item Details into the Parsifal Audit System (PAS™). This upgrade option allows clients to data mine at a new level and transparency with seeing supplier and geographic trending of various accessorial charges (i.e., who charges shuttles more often, etc.).

Parsifal Exhibiting-SHRM19 Las Vegas Link
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Parsifal at 2018 Worldwide ERC® Symposium Link
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Parsifal Pilots New Technology-ReloSnap_9-6-18 Link
Thursday, September 6, 2018
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Standards, Guidelines and More

Stay up-to-date with the latest industry standards and guidelines. Please feel free to download the PDF's below: