Driving Dynamics Introduces its Newly Developed DrīvActiv™ Mobile Safe Driving Simulator System

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A Driving Dynamics innovation, the DrīvActiv simulator system has been designed to enhance and support the company’s advanced performance, instructor-led safety curriculum and will be initially offered as a key component of the company’s updated Level II driver safety course.

Today we unveil the next generation of hands-on driver safety training courses designed to help fleet operators enhance the safety performance of their drivers.

Driving Dynamics Inc. announced today that it has completed the development and production of its latest technology advancement for driver safety training. Full-scale mobile simulators will be available as part of the company’s fleet driver safety training curriculum starting Q1:2016. The DrīvActiv system, develop by Driving Dynamics’ educational and technical teams, has been uniquely engineered to bring together the benefits of training location mobility, on-site instructors and sophisticated simulator technology.

Ben Langley, Driving Dynamics’ director of training shared, “Research shows that simulators by themselves are not the most effective teachers, however, staffing simulators with live trainers has always been counterproductive to reaching a wide audience. It was critical for us to solve for this dilemma before we felt confident simulator-based training would present a step forward in offering quality driver safety education.”

The flexible design of DrīvActiv simulators will allow the company to deliver multiple units for each instructor-led training course to sites across North America and will provide fleet operators access to advanced performance safety training for up to 20 drivers a day at a single location. In addition, simulator units can be ergonomically adjusted to fit each student in the seat.

In Driving Dynamics’ simulator-based courses, four students working with two instructors will each be assigned his or her own simulator to engage in a segment of active practice coupled with feedback. The software component of DrīvActiv training will include scenarios that adapt-on the fly, street level and overhead views, drive-time playback and real-time performance analytics designed to diagnose driver errors, provide immediate feedback and further facilitate personal coaching opportunities.

“Today we unveil the next generation of hands-on driver safety training courses designed to help fleet operators enhance the safety performance of their drivers. Over the years, clients and industry leaders have recognized Driving Dynamics as the provider of premier driver safety programs. This addition of simulator-based courses conducted by professional safety instructors continues this legacy and will allow a greater number of fleets to gain access to advanced performance driver training services and significantly improved results,” said Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics president.

DrīvActiv simulators will first be offered though the company’s employer-dedicated Level II Advanced Performance Safety Training course which emphasizes the proper use of vision for hazard recognition. It comprises three one-hour segments that include classroom training and simulator exercises both guided by Driving Dynamics certified instructors followed by a self-paced e-learning segment. Enrollment is contingent up completion of a one-day advanced performance behind-the-wheel safety programs available through Driving Dynamics as well as other providers. Classes are now being scheduled for 2016.

About Driving Dynamics Inc.
Driving Dynamics is North America’s preferred partner in the field of advanced performance driver safety training and fleet risk management. Its unique and highly effective approach to behind-the-wheel driver education, web-based learning and driver risk management has helped numerous fleet-based organizations achieve significant reductions in their crash rates. Founded in 1987 and headquartered in Newark, Delaware, Driving Dynamics has exclusive rights in North America to use its Controlled Slide Car (U.S. Patent 5823288) at training programs conducted in 55 major markets at more than 200 training sites. For more information about Driving Dynamics visit http://www.drivingdynamics.com.

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