Saturday, May 22, 2010

SPYING ON BUS DRIVERS (a rotten job)

When offering a public facility such as a bus service, safety is of the utmost importance. It is also essential that the passengers experience a safe, smooth ride. One of the main ways that you can ensure that this is the case, is by employing fully qualified drivers and offering them an adequate level of training. Another way that fleet managers can ensure that their employees are driving safely is by installing an innovative newfuel saving system in to the vehicle.

We at EcoManager understand the importance of identifying inappropriate driving, particularly where the public are at risk. Their fuel saving product not only helps fleet owners to minimise the amount of money they are spending on diesel or petrol on an annual basis, but it could also reduce bus accidents and number of dangerous incidents as well as lower a vehicles carbon dioxide emissions.

The device works by collecting critical vehicle information and identifying an individual’s driving style. This information is then sent to EcoManager’s central server, where it is used to create comprehensive reports. It is perfect for commercial fleets, as each driver can log in to the system when they start a journey. This enables business owners to carefully monitor an individual employee’s performance over a period of time, helping to identify who needs further training.

In addition to these reports, the device can offer real-time feedback to a driver. Their series of LED’s illustrate whether a driving style is positive or negative. Aggressive cornering, hard braking and acceleration, inconsistent lane changing and other aspects of an individual’s driving style are picked up. This feedback can help to prevent dangerous accidents from occurring.

To learn more about the many benefits that this fuel saving system can offer to commercial fleets as well as helping reduce bus accidents, take a look at their website. You could even request a free trial to see the advantages yourself, just fill out their online enquiry form.

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