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Navman Wireless new GPS tracking software comes with new driver behaviour and safety analytics
Posted on 2-Dec-2015 20:05 | Tags Filed under: News


Navman Wireless new GPS tracking software comes with new driver behaviour and safety analytics
Navman Wireless has released its newest GPS software platform, Navman Wireless DIRECTOR. The software helps businesses improve the efficiency of their fleet management through unparalleled data about their workforce’s driving habits.

The new platform is the result of collaboration between the engineering teams of Navman Wireless and its newly combined sister company, Teletrac Inc.

DIRECTOR’s new complete driver and vehicle behaviour solution, Safety Analytics, provides an unprecedented view into fleet activity, showing driver and vehicle behaviours in real time, promoting better behaviour within company vehicle fleets. Composed of a visual event viewer and driver scorecards, the software feature enables businesses to monitor and replay unsafe driving events that occur on the road. The real-time scorecard function creates comprehensive reports summarising unsafe road behaviour and provides side-by-side driver rankings.

“Our goal is to empower customers with actionable data in an easy-to-use platform,” said Ian Daniel, Vice President Asia Pacific, Navman Wireless. “The scalable features of Navman Wireless DIRECTOR go beyond fleet tracking to include everything from analysing driver behaviour, to receiving instant alerts, robust safety reporting and custom geo-fences.”

Navman Wireless DIRECTOR is built with a powerful mapping solution, comprehensive messaging capabilities and workflow forms, helpful user alerts, extensive vehicle maintenance, instinctive user search functions and robust driver behaviour analysis.

DIRECTOR builds on the success of the company’s predecessor GPS solution, OnlineAVL2. The new software platform is completely web-based, accessible to global fleets in a variety of industries. This has allowed Navman Wireless to expand its offering and empower fleet customers with actionable data in an easy-to-use platform.

“The new platform’s complete suite of services scales to the needs of fleets of any size across segments from local service to long haul transportation,” said Ian Daniel.


More information: http://navmanwireless.co.nz/solutions/directo...




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