DriveShield empowers drivers to take control of their scorecard by letting them see their events, self-coach or dispute them, and gain access to their performance analytics.Get a Demo
Drivers are notified when they triggered an event, can watch the video, and see its effect on their Daily Score.
Drivers can dispute events and communicate with their coach if the behavior was unavoidable.
Drivers coaching themselves means that a supervisor’s intervention can be reserved for serious patterns of bad driving, not day-to-day habits.
If patterns of bad driving persist, the driver gets enrolled into in-app training courses, and intervention by a supervisor is called for.
Drivers can see and understand their scorecard by viewing all the same analytics their supervisor sees.
How the coaching System Works
In-App Driver Training
Escalating Coaching to a Supervisor
With DriveShield, drivers understand their scorecard and how to improve it. It’s no longer a seemingly random number that a manager pulls out of a black-box to criticize the driver with – a number the driver doesn’t understand and doesn’t really know how to influence.
By having access to all the activity information (including video of the event), the driver is in a position of power to dispute events that weren't his/her fault and get them expunged, whereas without this info, the event would count against the score and the driver wouldn't be able to challenge the unfair penalty.
See Past Activity
Select any day in the past to see that day’s scorecard and driver behavior events.
Driver Score Trend
Drivers can see their own scorecard trend over weeks and months to recognize improvements make sure their performance remain high.
Drivers can compare how many events they generated over recent and past periods of time to quickly detect if they’re getting better or worse.
DriveShield™ helps drivers coach themselves by helping them see and understand their own driver scorecards.Get a Demo