SAN JOSE, CA (PRWEB) August 29, 2017 -- Azuga, the leading global provider of connected vehicle and fleet technologies, today announced the Q2 2017 recipients of the Azuga Fleet Safe Driving Awards. The awards program, which was launched in 2015, is designed to motivate and incentivize both fleet managers and fleet drivers who make safe driving a key part of their operations and culture through the use of Azuga’s fleet tracking and driver safety scoring solution. Recipients were identified from a pool of more than 50,000 drivers and 5,000 fleet managers, and will receive cash, certificates and recognition in industry press and social media.
“These quarterly awards help our customers and others in the industry understand the important role that fleet tracking can play in addressing important areas of safety, risk management and overall performance,” said Ananth Rani, co-founder and CEO of Azuga. “We celebrate performance by both fleet managers as well as individual drivers, since both roles are crucial to fleet safety.”
Azuga is proud to announce the following top drivers and fleet managers from the second quarter of 2017:
• Eric Meitzler, Walker-Hill Environmental
• Alan Basch, A TECH SERVICE
• Anton Dagner, Ambassador Limousine
• Brian Fickel, Galaxy 1 Marketing
• Adam Frazee, Liberty Utilities
• Billy Shantel, Abscope Environmental
• Jim Post, Fulton County ARC
• Kylie Favors, Heat Treating Services Unlimited
• Bob Doering, Roland Machinery Company
• Kelly White, AWP Inc.
• Mark Davis, Satellites Unlimited
• Cameron Watson, Convergint Technologies
• David Duffield, Liberty Utilities-Midstates
• Matt Andrews, Skytop Towers
• Owen Rowlands, Turner Pest Control
• Dave Middleton, Corix Utilities
• Adam Schneider, Aero Communications
• Joel Marquat, Integrity Tree Services
The Azuga Fleet Safe Driving Award program winners are determined by analyzing all drivers’ safety events (speeding, hard braking, rapid acceleration, idling) using a proprietary algorithm developed by Azuga’s data science team. Each individual safety component factors in the magnitude, duration, frequency and spatio-temporal index to determine the conditions under which the events occurred. Driver scores are visible to fleet managers and workers alike, and are an important tool for recognizing good driving behaviors and identifying areas where coaching is needed.
To learn more about how Azuga’s fleet customers incorporate safe driving into operations and culture, click here. Fleet managers who would like tips on how to run a safer, more efficient fleet should follow Azuga’s blog here.
Azuga is a leading global connected vehicle platform, helping our customers turn data from vehicles and their use into intelligence that improves operations and safety while reducing cost and risk. Azuga provides reliable end-to-end solutions for commercial fleets, government agencies, insurance companies and automotive industry suppliers, through leading hardware technology, the Azuga One platform, award-winning fleet applications and data analytics.
Our award-winning Azuga Fleet solution is used by thousands of businesses—from the small fleet of a few vehicles up to several thousand—and is lauded by our customers for its ease-of-use, robust features and affordable pricing. For more information, visit http://www.azuga.com and follow us on Twitter @Azuga_GPS.
Erika Scholz, ARPR, http://www.arpr.com, +1 (855) 300-8209 Ext: 116, [email protected]