The RAI Institute welcomes Samsara as its newest member!

Samsara has pioneered an innovative platform—the Connected Operations Cloud—which combines the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and over 240 integration partners to help organizations improve their physical operations. Customers can use real-time data to make informed decisions on critical areas for improvement in their business. Samsara aims to digitize and optimize the operations that power the global economy and build a safer, more efficient, and sustainable world.

Last year alone, Samsara helped prevent 120,000 accidents, digitized 110 million workflows, and reduced 130 million idling hours.

Samsara supports tens of thousands of customers across a wide array of industries, including transportation and logistics, construction, field services, utilities and energy, government, healthcare, education, manufacturing, and food and beverage. Headquartered in San Francisco, with offices around the world, they serve customers in North America and Europe, processing ~6 trillion+ data points annually. Their secure and scalable platform is easy to deploy and customizable, offering workflows and reporting, real-time visibility, and AI safety programs in an integrated ecosystem.

“We use AI at Samsara to deliver outcomes that enhance the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of our customers’ operations. As an IoT leader of operational data serving industries that represent over 40% of global GDP and hundreds of millions of frontline workers, we care deeply about responsible innovation when it comes to our products. That’s why we are thrilled to join the RAI Institute as we continue to think critically about the AI technology we design and build for customers who power the global economy.” – Lawrence Schoeb, Senior Director, Legal & Data Protection Officer, Samsara

Samsara is a recipient of the Business Intelligence Group’s 2023 Artificial Intelligence Excellence Awards, recognizing “organizations, products, and people who bring AI to life and apply it to solve real problems.” They are transforming the world of physical operations through data and AI, with products such as AI Dash Cams that help prevent distracted driving, tailgating, rolling stops, and harsh driving; AI Site Visibility technologies for proactive workplace safety; and Equipment Monitoring with automated reporting.

Samsara operates according to three guiding principles: transparency and accountability, data-driven solutions, and empowering people and communities. These principles inform Samsara’s approach to designing responsible and trustworthy AI systems.

“If people ever wonder how AI can help save lives, Samsara is a perfect example. Samsara’s data analytics and AI systems have already helped so many businesses not only better organize their workflows, but also drastically improve the safety of their work environments. The RAI Institute is proud to join Samsara in such meaningful innovation and in the development of responsible AI that will drive a more sustainable future.” – Alyssa Lefaivre Škopac, Acting Executive Director, RAI Institute

About The RAI Institute

The Responsible AI Institute (RAI Institute) is a global and member-driven non-profit dedicated to enabling successful responsible AI efforts in organizations. The RAI Institute’s conformity assessments and certifications for AI systems support practitioners as they navigate the complex landscape of AI products.

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