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Fleet Behavior Tracking Systems Released

A U.S. firm has announced the addition of a driver behavior feature set to its fleet tracking system. The technology aims to help fleet operators identify drivers who are compromising safety and fuel efficiency by their behavior behind the wheel.

The driver monitoring technology, launched by Navman Wireless USA, includes four new reports and two new dashboard KPIs that are designed to pinpoint trouble spots while also allowing drill-down to a specific driver from the system's dynamic dashboard regardless of fleet size.

Available immediately in the U.S., the latest OnlineAVL2 upgrade also introduces new reports that allow managers to view fleet performance by both driver groups and vehicle types. These two industry-first views expand the information available to help fleet supervisors spot opportunities to reduce costs and optimize operations.

New Driver Groups support in OnlineAVL2 allows fleet managers to classify their drivers by region, business unit, service type or any other category of their choice, and then generate any Driver Scorecard report or driver-based dashboard KPI by driver group. This enables managers to compare performance by driver group and use that information to improve driver behavior in groups that lag behind those with the top scores, according to Navman.

OnlineAVL2 users now also have the ability to view fleet performance data by vehicle type to aid in usage and cost analysis.

Source: Procurement Leaders

The driver monitoring technology, launched by Navman Wireless USA, includes four new reports and two new dashboard KPIs that are designed to pinpoint trouble spots while also allowing drill-down to a specific driver from the system's dynamic dashboard regardless of fleet size.

Available immediately in the U.S., the latest OnlineAVL2 upgrade also introduces new reports that allow managers to view fleet performance by both driver groups and vehicle types. These two industry-first views expand the information available to help fleet supervisors spot opportunities to reduce costs and optimize operations.

New Driver Groups support in OnlineAVL2 allows fleet managers to classify their drivers by region, business unit, service type or any other category of their choice, and then generate any Driver Scorecard report or driver-based dashboard KPI by driver group. This enables managers to compare performance by driver group and use that information to improve driver behavior in groups that lag behind those with the top scores, according to Navman.

OnlineAVL2 users now also have the ability to view fleet performance data by vehicle type to aid in usage and cost analysis.

Source: Procurement Leaders