A new partnership has been formed between VisionTrack and Lightfoot to ‘provide a solution to fleet management and safety challenges’.
VisionTrack, provider of cloud-based video telematics and Lightfoot, maker of technology to reward better drivers, will be working in partnership to offer products that provide accountability, security and behavioural change through gamification and rewards.
As part of the partnership, VisionTrack and Lightfoot products will be fitted together in one installation. As part of a deeper integration, VisionTrack footage will be integrated into Lightfoot’s web-based Fleet Manager Portal.
Lightfoot’s partnership director, Martin Kadhim, said: “VisionTrack products are proven to perform exceptionally well. Integrating our technology with theirs is a source of enormous pride for everyone at Lightfoot. It proves that more and more providers in the fleet management industry are coming to appreciate the value of real-time feedback.
“Companies are tired of having to do all the legwork when they know there are technologies out there that will instantly and sustainably improve driving behaviour – removing the need for costly training and time-consuming data analysis. With VisionTrack, we are now able to offer an even greater service, one that is more rounded and more effective than ever.”
Simon Marsh, managing director of VisionTrack, said: “Our approach is about prevention because today's near miss, could be tomorrow's serious incident. By understanding where fleet risk exists it is possible to take appropriate steps to minimise the impact, so we are teaming up with likeminded partners to continually innovate and better meet our customers’ technology needs.
“VisionTrack and Lightfoot possess complementary solutions that together can help fleets operate in a safe, efficient and socially responsible way.”
VisionTrack provides video telematics to instil behavioural change and reduce fleet risk.
Lightfoot delivers real-time driver feedback and incentives that gamify and reward efficient driving with the objective of improving driver behaviour.