11.10.2019Fleet Safety, Collision Avoidance, Telematics, Fleet Management
Coregas is a leading distributor of hazardous products across Australia and New Zealand. Given the nature of its cargo the company is fully aware that its commitment to safety has to be above and beyond normal standards.了解更多
Universal Tyre & Autocentres was facing a crisis. Collison rates were spiking dramatically, especially collisions where a company driver struck the vehicle in front. Between October 2016 and October 2017 their drivers were involved in 10 such collisions, some of them severe, posing a danger to both their drivers and other.了解更多
For Formosa Plastics Group FPG, one of Taiwan’s largest hazardous material enterprises, safety is of critical importance. Transporting hazardous goods around a densely-populated island means any collision can cause untold damage.了解更多
Zero collisions is a big claim to make. Yet, this is the actual result which we have seen in a 60-vehicle pilot with Winslow Construction Group in Australia.
Revv offers car rentals in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi NCR, Chandigarh, Jaipur and Visakhapatnam, with a simple and convenient platform that allows customers to order a car online or through an app, to have the car delivered to their doorstep and to return it to their preferred location.
When asked to identify his main reasons for piloting Mobileye in the Revv fleet, co-founder Karan Jain said there were three:
“As a car rental company, reducing [car accident] damage rates has three distinct benefits:
Increasing uptime of vehicles
Reducing repair and maintenance costs
Getting lower rates from insurance companies, for the insurance of these vehicles
The Mobileye solution helps in considerably reducing the damage rates and hence achieving these three objectives.”
SAB Miller - now AB Inbev - decided to drastically improve fleet safety in Latin America. Read the full story here.
Zoomcar is leading the way in innovation for rental car companies. Read the full interview here.