Driver Coaching

Revolutionize Your Fleet Safety & Real-Time Driver Coaching With Our Innovative Driver Scoreboard Solution

Save Time & Money With The Industry's
Easiest To use Driver Coaching Solution
For Increased Fleet Safety

Elevate your fleet’s driving standards and ensure unparalleled road safety with our cutting-edge Driver Coaching Solution. Leveraging our advanced AI2020 dashcam technology, this innovative system captures and analyzes driving behavior into one powerful dashboard, giving you the tools to promote a culture of safety and excellence. Transform how you monitor, evaluate, and enhance driver and fleet safety, making the roads safer for everyone.

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Proactively Manage Fleet Safety

Our innovative Driver Scoreboard Module revolutionizes the way fleet managers monitor and improve fleet safety. Powered by our cutting-edge DashCam and driver behavior technology, this module offers a comprehensive solution for identifying, managing and coaching risky driving behaviors, ultimately enhancing the overall safety and productivity of your fleet.
Driver Scoreboard is a point based driver measurement matrix that scores drivers performance over a four week rolling average.
Driver Scoreboard is most beneficial when a DashCam is installed in the truck as then with every violation a photo snapshot or optional video clip is uploaded to Fleet.Net and displayed on the Driver Scoreboard to be used for review and coaching. Fleets that don’t have cameras installed can still benefit, but won’t be able to see the actual video footage of the event.
Among many other functionalities the Driver Scoreboard is rating the drivers performance and behavior comparative to other drivers in your fleet.

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How It Works

Driver Ranking System

At the heart of the module is a sophisticated scoring system that evaluates drivers based on a score matrix of their behavior on the road. Every driver in the fleet starts with 100 points and points are deducted per violation as detected by the Wireless Links Driver behavior technology. The fleet manager can set the weight of each violation, for example speeding events can be set as a 2 point deduction and sudden brake events as 1 point deduction.

Points are deducted for incidents such as sudden braking, rapid acceleration, speeding or any form of risky driving. Drivers are then ranked according to their scores on a rolling 4-week moving average, offering a clear, at-a-glance view of driver performance and highlighting those who may require additional coaching or attention.

Detailed Event Footage Access

For each event captured, photo and optional video footage is uploaded to Fleet.Net, allowing managers to have unparalleled access to the DashCam footage for each event. This not only aids in building an accurate driver profile but also serves as a crucial tool for feedback and coaching and allows you to take easy action in identifying reckless drivers.

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Comprehensive Speeding Dashboard

This intuitive dashboard showcases a holistic view of all your drivers and vehicles and their speeding violations, allowing you to dive deep and gain immediate access to crucial details such as the total speeding events, duration of each overspeeding event, exact location, severity of the speed violation (measured against the posted speed limit). Our dashboard is engineered not just for monitoring but for empowering fleet managers with actionable insights. With this powerful tool at your disposal, managing and mitigating speeding incidents becomes an integral part of your safety strategy, ensuring a safer fleet operation and a reduced risk of speed-related accidents.

Multiple Camera Systems For Trucks
To Match Any Requirement

An integrated camera system for trucks, our Complete Fleet Dash Camera System is designed for commercial fleet vehicles and seamlessly combines with telematics. This comprehensive system includes optional expansions for side and rear-facing cameras, ensuring a full 360° degree coverage for unparalleled safety and monitoring.

Plug & Play Installation, and providing both on-demand live viewing and historical video downloads. With up to 256GB of built-in SD storage, it can record up to one week of footage, ensuring continuous operation while the truck is in use. 

MDVR Recorder
MDVR Camera System For Trucks

The Wireless Links MDVR camera system for trucks revolutionizes the way you keep an eye on your fleet by capturing video from up to 8 different channels, seamlessly streaming this footage to the Fleet.Net Cloud. This gives you a full 360° view of every angle of your fleet, providing unparalleled visibility and control over your operations. 

Ideal for transportation, school bus, field service & waste fleets. 

 

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FAQ

The most effective type of driver coaching is personalized, one-on-one manager led coaching that is data-driven. It involves analyzing individual driver performance and key events together with the driver to review dangerous driving events, discuss scenarios and outcomes and identify areas for improvement and tailoring coaching sessions accordingly. This method ensures that coaching is person relevant and directly addresses the specific needs of each driver.

  • In-cab coaching involves real-time feedback to the driver from technology (such as DashCams) installed in the vehicle (e.g., alerts for speeding or harsh braking).
  • Manager-led coaching is more traditional and involves supervisors or fleet managers reviewing driving data and providing feedback during one-on-one sessions or performance reviews.

It’s important to remember the ultimate goals when coaching are increasing safety, efficiency, and compliance. Effectively coaching your drivers involves:

  • Utilizing telematics and other data sources for informed feedback.
  • Setting clear, achievable goals.
  • Providing regular, constructive feedback.
  • Encouraging a culture of continuous improvement and compliance to safety standards within your fleet.
  • Offering incentives/gamification for drivers for meeting or exceeding safety and efficiency targets.

Coaching a driver involves several steps:

  1. Data Collection: Use tools such as dashcams to gather key data on driving behavior and dangerous driving events.
  2. Analysis: Identify patterns or areas of concern (e.g., speeding, harsh braking). Many software solutions today offer an automated analysis tool such as our above solution.
  3. Personalized Feedback: Provide specific, actionable feedback based on the data.
  4. Goal Setting: Work with the driver to set realistic improvement goals.
  5. Training: Offer training sessions, workshops, or e-learning modules tailored to the driver’s needs.
  6. Follow-up: Monitor progress and provide ongoing support and encouragement.

Effective coaching leads to safer driving practices, reduced accident rates, lower fuel consumption, and less wear and tear on vehicles which all translate to increasing the bottom line of your business. It also contributes to a positive organizational culture by showing investment in employee growth, which can improve job satisfaction and retention and give your drivers the feeling they are in the right place.

Driver behavioral style refers to the characteristic patterns of behavior a driver displays while operating a vehicle. This can include how a driver responds to stress, interacts with other road users, and adheres to traffic laws. Understanding these behaviors can help in tailoring coaching to modify any risky driving habits.

Communicate the benefits clearly, such as enhanced safety, protection against false claims, and potential for personal improvement. Involve drivers in the decision-making process and ensure that policies regarding data privacy and use are transparent and fair.

If drivers are still wary, many DashCam providers offer a road facing camera system that does not record the cabin, providing more privacy for your drivers at the cost of not having eyes on your drivers to monitor distracted driving events and phone usage while on the road.

AI improves driver coaching by providing more precise and timely data analysis, identifying patterns that may not be obvious to human observers, and offering personalized feedback and recommendations. It can also automate some aspects of coaching, such as real-time in-cab alerts, freeing up managers to focus on strategic interventions.