Every driver should return from a days work safe and well so years of development has resulted in the development of a scoring algorithm which puts safety first, and acts on the behaviours that we know contribute to vehicle collisions. Educating drivers about their on-road responsibilities will, in time make them better, safer drivers. Driver scores can be managed by vehicle, group or even individual drivers across a shared fleet.
Vehicles that are often shared among a pool of drivers, Matrix Driver ID enables fleet operators/managers to know and report on the driver at any point in time with wired, wireless and keypad based ID solutions. Insight that is invaluable when assessing and optimising individual driver performance.Matrix Telematics Driver ID coupled with Driver Score provides a platform that highlights and manages negative driving habits.
High risk driving not only puts road users in danger but it also costs money (fuel consumption, carbon emissions and vehicle wear and tear) – focus on safety and we know that the financial benefits will look after themselves. Speeding and inappropriate driving burns unnecessary fuel, whilst excessive braking reduces the life of tyres and brakes. Eliminating these behaviours will see a noticeable ROI.
Matrix Telematics can provide expert telemetry across a multitude of applications, but what happens when your drivers regularly change their vehicles during the course of their working week? Matrix Driver ID solves this problem by allowing organisations to trace driver performance across multiple vehicles.
Driver ID also provides fleet managers with the ability to monitor driver timesheets, help resolve disputes such as delivery discrepancies, and accurately trace the individual responsible for any driving offences.
Utilising single touch fob, wireless Bluetooth technologies or keycode entry, Driver ID integrates with the Matrix Telematics platform to measure key performance indicators and ensure drivers are complying with regulations. Fleet managers can monitor driving time, driving style, any incidents of speeding, time spent idling and all stops. With this information, fleet managers can ensure vehicles are being driven appropriately and efficiently at all times.
Driving style can have a major impact on fuel consumption, carbon emissions and vehicle wear and tear. There is also a proven correlation between driver behaviour and the likelihood of accidents which can seriously impact the amount you pay for insurance.
Matrix Telematics’ DriverScore enables fleet managers to monitor driving patterns and take action to curtail negative behaviours and lower potential risks, reduce maintenance costs and improve operational performance.
As well as monitoring driving behaviour such as acceleration and braking, DriverScore will also provide insights into typical usage patterns. This covers the times of use, the type of roads being driven on and more. This intelligence is arming organisations with evidence of ‘low risk’, helping to lower insurance premiums.
As a result of deploying DriverScore, companies have been able to:
The ability to track the operator of any plant or machine equipment provides businesses with the reassurance that their assets are being used appropriately.
Monitoring can be difficult if many different operators are using machines during the course of their working week. Matrix Operator ID solves this problem by allowing organisations to trace operators across multiple machines.
Operator ID also provides managers with the ability to monitor timesheets and accurately trace the individual responsible for any incident involving plant or machine equipment.
Utilising single touch fob or wireless Bluetooth technologies, Operator ID integrates with the Matrix telematics platform to measure key performance indicators and ensure operators are complying with regulations.