TTC Group and Collision Management Systems (CMS) have partnered to launch a real-time, personalised driver risk management programme.
The product combines CMS’s telemativs aggregation technology with TTC’s driver risk management solution.
It allows fleet decision-makers to connect any existing devices such as connected vehicles, telematics units, mobile apps or connected cameras to the system which then aggregates the information into a standardised format for comparable and consistent insights.
Jim Kirkwood (pictured), CEO of TTC Group, said: “Combining CMS’s data aggregating technology with our all-round approach to road safety creates an exciting proposition for the fleet market.
“The Continuum Dynamic Data Engine really is a first for the fleet sector and the advantages of enhanced risk insight, reduced incident frequency, more engaged drivers and a futureproof investment are all key ingredients in the drive to increase road safety.”
The data automatically triggers certain learning modules for a driver, while it is also displayed within the TTC Continuum portal.
This gives users full visibility of all fleet, driver and remote worker risk-related data. Users also receive real-time alerts of any critical incidents, while system analytics allow personalised driver training and e-learning to be delivered to each driver.
Charles Smith, CEO of CMS, added: “CMS is committed to helping fleets and insurers use their data to create a safer world.
“By bringing these two solutions together, we’re delivering on this commitment and empowering customers to operate some of the safest fleets in the world.”
Earlier this year, TTC Group acquired Licence Bureau, which provides licence checking and document verification services for SMEs (small to medium enterprises) and large corporates.
Licence Bureau, which was founded in 2003 by Malcolm Maycock, has one of the UK’s largest corporate fleet client bases, with more than 1,400 companies utilising its services, including more than 20% of FTSE 100 companies.