Improving the way your employees drive can have a considerable impact on your organisation in terms of operational efficiency, environmental responsibility and heightened duty of care. Moreover, positive driving behaviour can help achieve better public perception of your business and prevent costly damage to its corporate image.
Ctrack has developed a number of solutions designed to help you to improve the driving behaviour and techniques of employees whilst they are out on the road.
Driver Performance League Tables
Ctrack's Driver League Table Reporting allows you to very quickly and easily compare driving performance by individual and groups of employees. This will enable you to effectively identify the best and worst performing parts of the business along with areas of improvement.
Adopting an effective Driver Behaviour Monitoring offers a wide range of business and operational benefits including:
The Driver League Table Reporting monitors a range of driving exceptions including:
|Employees are placed in the Green, Yellow or Red Band for each exception based on their driving performance, with an overall score calculated to enable a simple ranking system. The bands can be user defined providing increased flexibility and the ability to tailor the report to match changing requirements. Meanwhile, the overall score factors in user defined weighting to reflect the type of vehicles and operation.|
Driver Behaviour Indicator (DBI)
Driver Behaviour Indicator (DBI) is an in-vehicle device that alerts drivers to any infringements when on the road by displaying a series of traffic-light coloured warning lights. The DBI unit warns of any driving exceptions to encourage improved behaviour behind the wheel.
Green, amber and red lights display a cumulative number of warnings, whilst a sustained period of responsible driving will enable a driver to clear the lights.The device is linked to an advanced vehicle tracking system that includes a three-axis accelerometer that accurately identifies and records driving events and excessive behaviour.