Better business

We offer a complete safety telematic package that has shown to provide all the data you need as a bus operator in order to draw appropriate decisions. By using our Safety Logger 2 package customers particularly benefit from

  • Less fuel consumption
  • Increased passenger comfort
  • Reduced wear & tear
  • Improved CO₂ footprint
  • Better information base for targeted driver training

Customer satisfaction

Beneath service timeliness, the most important factor of customer satisfaction is driving comfort. As the core business of bus and coach operators is to transport persons in comfortable and safe manner, we designed our safety loggers to be specifically used as a “virtual passenger” within the bus/coach which objectively tells you about trips comfort and convenience levels.

Besides a smooth driving style, passengers often notice if drivers obey traffic rules and speed limits. Recording unsafe driving manoeuvres or improper speed behaviour allows for feedback and improvement of your drivers’ behaviour. For instance, the virtual co-driver informs fleet managers whenever the bus exceeds driving dynamic levels or speed limits.

Driver improvement

Fleet managers can supplement real-time alerts with periodic “scorecards” to hold drivers accountable. You can expect that with implementing our safety telematics solution in your bus & coach fleet, that speeding & uncomfortable driving are reduced significantly.

Our solution also can give drivers the ability to make better decisions in the field. Some companies are rewarding their drivers for hitting specific safety targets such as more gradual braking and reduced idle time. Rather than using the telematics data to punish drivers for bad behaviour, they should be rewarded for improvement. Such course of actions is strongly supported by findings in the field of traffic psychology and undoubtedly helps improving safe driving.

Our safety telematic system is also specifically designed to provide meaningful driving data for further driver training. By identifying specific areas of improvement, driver training actions can be targeted more precisely leading to higher training efficiency and better training results.