Telematics webinar for fleet managers

A free webinar is being run this month aimed at providing fleet managers with insights into how telematics can be used more effectively.

Brake Professional is running a free webinar on Tuesday, 26th January 2016 for fleet operators, offering advice on how to get the most out of telematics systems.

When used correctly, telematics can be an incredibly useful fleet management tool, providing insight into driver behaviour, fuel consumption and many other useful areas. It can also be used to monitor, evaluate, advise and improve driver behaviour, route planning and sustainability.

However, many fleets still fail to maximise the safety and sustainability benefits of their telematics systems. This webinar will provide fleet operators with the opportunity to hear leading practitioners discuss the procedures to put in place to maximise the safety and sustainability benefits of telematics.

The webinar will cover the ways to ensure staff understand and engage positively with telematics, ensure the data it produces is useful and accessible and to have an effective response to the data generated, including policies and driver training programmes.

Speakers will include Saul Jeavons, director of The Transafe Network Ltd and Steve Palmer, risk services manager – motor, at Aviva. A fleet operator will present a best practice case study of the safety and financial improvements they’ve achieved through their telematics system.

Ellie Pearson, professional engagement manager at Brake, says: “Telematics can offer fleet managers a valuable insight into fleet safety and sustainability, and it’s vitally important that they know how to maximise the benefit of their data and use it to continually evaluate and improve. This webinar will provide helpful advice for fleets that already have telematics in place and feel they could get more from their data, and also to fleets looking to introduce telematics in future.”

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