Instructional design and learning company Luma has released LumaLens, the trucking industry’s first camera-based authentication process for online driver training.
Authentication has always been a concern in distance education from online college courses to state certification exams, but nowhere are the stakes higher than in the trucking industry. Fleets that lack definitive proof of driver training events could potentially lose millions in accident lawsuits.
LumaLens provides motor carriers with liability protection by documenting training events. The technology captures time-stamped pictures of users while they are completing the training.
“As we continue to support the diverse training needs of the trucking industry, several clients are asking for a more foolproof method for documentation,” said Dr. Gina Anderson, CEO of Luma. “We responded by developing LumaLens as the industry’s first automated method for photo capture of training events.”
LumaLens is available exclusively in the Luma eNugget learning management system (LMS), which also