Trimble has added the Driver Safety Scorecard feature to its Trimble FieldMaster suite of mobile apps that drive improved visibility and information sharing between the field and the back office to enable a more dynamic field operation, according to the company.
FieldMaster is a core component of Trimble’s Field Service Management integrated portfolio of solutions that includes Fleet Management, Work Management and Driver Safety. The Driver Safety Scorecard enables organizations to mitigate road risk by providing remote workers with visibility into their driving performance. This allows drivers to make immediate adjustments to their driving behavior.
The launch of the new FieldMaster Driver Safety Scorecard coincides with UN Global Road Safety Week from May 4-10. More than 3,000 people worldwide are killed every day in road crashes, with 1.24 million annual deaths and 50 million serious injuries, according to the latest Global Status Report on Road Safety that was last published in 2013.
The Driver Safety Scorecard provides ratings on each driver’s driving behavior, overall safety score for the last seven days, each driver’s team position for the current and previous week, based on the safety score, the average score for the team, driving behavior details, and driver safety tips.
For more information on the FieldMaster Driver Safety Scorecard, visit the Trimble website.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet