Tracking Driver Safety Training Just Got Easier

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Virtual HD program includes robust management reporting system.

Virtual Driver Interactive, Inc. (VDI), the leading provider of simulation training solutions for commercial and education applications, recently announced that Virtual HD® InSight 2.0 reporting software was recently re-engineered providing numerous administrative improvements and feature/benefits to the end user. The new 2.0 version of InSight offers improved set up, administrative and edit capability including field customization, users and permissions logic, organization settings and customizable queries for printing.

Virtual HD, Virtual Hazard Detection, is the industry’s first voice-controlled, interactive simulation-based driver safety program designed specifically for corporate driver training programs. Captured by the Virtual HD log-in feature, InSight tracks a driver’s progress throughout the program and allows the user to export selected data for the creation and analysis of custom graphs and charts. Data can be extracted and printed directly from the virtual trainer or downloadable for customization. InSight provides the ability to easily create reports by a wide range of variables such as budget center allocation, location, employee ID and more. Select features/benefits include:

  • Quick and reliable output
  • Exportable to Excel, PDF, & CSV formats
  • Gather vital training records while streamlining operations

“A critical requirement of safety training is timely and accurate reporting. The innovations we’ve added to Insight 2.0 are a direct result of working with our customers who represent the best managed fleets in the United States”, said Bob Davis, CEO of Virtual Driver Interactive, Inc.

About Virtual Driver Interactive, Inc.
Virtual Driver Interactive (VDI) is well known in the simulation industry for its vision of innovative training. From training experienced corporate fleets to new teen drivers, VDI delivers effective training. By offering a wide range of system hardware options, VDI’s customers can expect highly portable, affordable and effective solutions. VDI program titles include Virtual HD, the premier product in VDI’s voice integrated training portfolio designed specifically for corporate programs; One Simple Decision®, a deterrent to distracted or impaired driving; and StreetReady, a structured novice driver program measuring and teaching key skills. VDI headquartered in El Dorado Hills, California. For more information about VDI’s innovative interactive training solutions, please visit

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Pam LeFevre
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