SAN DIEGO — Netradyne, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) technology focusing on driver and fleet safety, said Friday its vision-based safety platform, Driveri, has improved stop sign compliance by 55% across its customer base, with some fleets improving over 90%.
The company analyzed their last 10 million stop sign observations to show a 61% improvement for non-stop events and 51% improvement for rolling stops.
Driveri utilizes AI to capture every minute of every driving day to visually recognize and analyze driving events, enabling fleets to not just measure violations, but overall compliance.
To date, the system has recorded over 900 million minutes and 350 million miles of driving, “seeing” events that legacy “trigger-based” systems would not, including stop sign violations that are rarely inertial-based.
Adam Kahn, president of fleet for Netradyne, said improving stop sign safety is especially important knowing that, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 37 percent of vehicle-related fatalities are from intersections with 15% of these fatalities resulting from stop sign violations.
“The very fact that this improvement can be recorded illustrates the power of AI within our industry,” Kahn said. “Just a few years ago, things like rolling stops would have not been captured. Today, our intuitive, deep-learning, vision-based technology allows us to highlight your drivers’ great driving while gaining visibility into other incidents with full context for more productive conversations between fleet managers and drivers.”
Driveri provides fleet managers with a comprehensive view of drivers’ activity through a blend of real-time positive driving notifications and best practice identification, Kahn said.
“This combination of supportive comments along with constructive feedback about risky driving behavior engages drivers in a balanced way that promotes collaborative relationships and ultimately, as the data has shown, safer drivers,” he said.
To learn more about Netradyne and its mapping abilities visit www.netradyne.com.
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