Earlier this month we looked at vehicle crash statistics and explored emerging trends in crash data. Geotab telematics can also be used as a way to measure crash statistics, to make driving and fleet management safer for everyone. Let’s take a look at the ways in which Geotab’s unique way of collecting data can serve the greater good for drivers and companies.
Geotab lets you know exactly what your drivers are doing while they’re on the road. This means that it keeps track of unsafe driver behaviours and allows you to put policies in place to kerb them. In a fleet of drivers, Geotab assigns safety scores to each member of the fleet so you can be aware of which members of your staff might be engaging in more hazardous behaviour.
In addition to driver behaviours, Geotab also reports on driver safety. Geotab can be set up to work to your company’s rules. This means that Geotab can report not just on regular driver behaviour, but also on your company’s unique driver rules. If these rules are broken, Geotab sends this data back to you.
Geotab’s data isn’t just useful for individuals and companies, however. It can be used to help society at large. The data gathered from vehicular crashes allow Geotab to report to other companies and work on solutions to make driving safer in general.
Asides from the benefits to driver behaviour and adherence to company rules. Geotab’s data on driver safety means that companies with fleets will benefit from advancements in technology to prevent vehicle crashes in the future. This will prevent the loss of earnings that comes from crashes, ensures safer conditions for staff and prevents potential damage to the company’s reputation.
At SafeTrac solutions, we’re the single authorised retailer of Geotab telematic solutions on the South Coast. If you would like some more information about Geotab or any of our other tracking solutions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!