Idelic is a software enterprise solutions provider for transportation fleets based in Pittsburgh PA. Born from the trucking industry and infused with modern innovation and entrepreneurship,
we provide intuitive solutions that helps your fleet save costs and lives.
SafetyBox, our flagship product, allows safety managers and their teams to automate compliance processes, integrate all of their systems, and gain valuable insight and analytics on their drivers, terminals, and overall operations. Armed with these tools you can prescribe pro-active actions before accidents happen.
We are a team of experienced industry and technical experts and understand your specific industry and safety needs. We don't over-engineer our products and pride ourselves on listening to our customers by providing solutions tailored to solve your real problems. We love hearing from you and invite you to connect with us so we can continue to hear your story and needs.
A serial entrepreneur, Mr. Cardiff has founded multiple companies in the transportation space and continues to work as an industry expert and consultant. Some past experience includes Analytical Director at LPL Financial, and Co-founder and COO at Hyliion, creating hybrid-electric suspensions for tractor-trailers. Hayden is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business with a Masters in Business Administration and Entrepreneurship.
Mr. Russell has deep expertise in software development and product design. He has a wide range of professional experience, working at top technology firms like Google, Microsoft, and Pandora, as well as Qualcomm Innovations and the Canadian Space Agency. He is a two-time entrepreneur and a graduate of The University of Waterloo with a Bachelors of Software Engineering and Carnegie Mellon University with a Masters in Music & Technology.
Mr. Thomas is a leader in software architecture and security and has experience developing solutions for industry, academia, and the government. He has worked for Guidance software creating custom client solutions, lead cutting-edge research at Carnegie Mellon University, and worked for the NSA. Jeremy also graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelors in Computer Engineering.