Better driver management

Better driver management

Trimble has made enhancements to the GeoManager Driver Safety system, allowing transport organisations to manage and communicate driver behaviours and vehicle safety more effectively.

Trimble GeoManager Driver Safety enables organisations to manage driving behaviours by identifying and rewarding good drivers as well as recognising and coaching drivers who put the company at risk.

The updates increase visibility for multiple stakeholders within a business into any risky driving behaviour via new report formats, an improved executive dashboard and driver scorecards, as well as real-time delivery of idling and speeding alerts.

Driver Safety provides reports on hard braking, rapid acceleration, hard turns and excessive speeding. These reports can be configured for daily, weekly and monthly use, and alerts can be programmed for real-time feedback.

“Monitoring driving safety allows organisations to help mitigate risk by measuring safe driving habits, which can result in fewer crashes and lower insurance rates,” said Mark Forrest, general manager of Trimble Field Service Management.

“With GeoManager Driver Safety, we

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