eDrivingSM, a global provider of driver risk management programs has been recognized in the Great British Fleet Awards for its smartphone driver safety solution Mentor by eDrivingSM.
The Awards, which took place as part of the Great British Fleet Event on January 30th, celebrate the best of corporate mobility in the UK, and were presented in front of an audience of business leaders, fleet managers, motor manufacturers and industry executives. Mentor by eDriving was highly commended in the Innovation in Risk Management category.
“Wow, what a great start to the year; this is already our second award of 2020,” said Ed Dubens, CEO/ Founder of eDriving. “We’re proud that Mentor continues to receive such valuable industry recognition for its ability to measurably change driver behavior and help fleets better manage driver safety.”
Used by organizations around the world to help improve at-work driver behavior, Mentor uses the telematic sensors in iOS and Android smartphones to collect and analyze data on the driving behaviors most predictive of risk. These include Acceleration, Braking, Cornering, Speeding, and Phone Distraction, one of the biggest threats to road safety today.
Thanks to eDriving’s partnership with industry analytics leader FICO®, driver on-road performance is converted into an individual FICO® Safe Driving Score, which has been validated to predict the likelihood of a driver being involved in a collision. Personalized insights are provided to drivers after each trip, showing both positive and negative driving events, and, for the driver’s eyes only, exactly where they occurred. Additionally, engaging, interactive micro-training modules are delivered directly to the driver in-app to help promptly remediate identified risky behaviors.
During the Great British Fleet Event eDriving’s Nick List, Customer Success Director, Europe and Oliver Brown, Business Development, delivered a presentation entitled “What effect will Mobility as a Service (MaaS) have on the management of fleet driver safety?” During the session List and Brown discussed the shift from fleet management to mobility management and how smartphone technology will help manage driver safety in this changing environment.