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TTC and Collision Management Systems tie up on ‘world-first’ for fleet driver safety

TTC Group and Collision Management Systems Ltd (CMS) have partnered to create a new fleet driver safety solution, said to bring a world-first.

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The tie-up between the two firms brings a real-time, personalised driver risk management programme

The new solution combines CMS’s telematics data aggregation technology with TTC’s driver risk management solution via its new Continuum Dynamic Data Engine.

The result is a real-time, personalised driver risk management programme that provides key insights on overall areas of fleet risk as well as real-time incidents and specific areas of driver behaviour that need action.

Operators can link the system up to any existing devices – including connected vehicles as well as telematics units, mobile apps or connected cameras. The technology then aggregates the information into a standardised format for comparable and consistent insights. The system is completely data-source agnostic and, reassuring, the system comes with a commitment to integrate any future connected hardware or data sources, ensuring it’s futureproofed.

The data is collated within the TTC Continuum portal to provide full visibility of all fleet, driver and remote worker risk-related data.

Real-time alerts notify of any critical incidents, whilst system analytics allow personalised driver training and e-learning to be delivered automatically to each driver.

The data sets can also be securely accessed by any part of a user’s business, customers or suppliers, enabling operators to comply with any agreements.

Jim Kirkwood, CEO, TTC Group, said: “The Continuum Dynamic Data Engine really is a first for the fleet sector and the advantages of enhanced risk insight, reduced incident frequency, more engaged drivers and a futureproof investment are all key ingredients in the drive to increase road safety.”

CMS CEO Charles Smith added that the tie-up would enable customers to operate some of the safest fleets in the world.

“We’re also immensely proud that an industry leader such as TTC has chosen to be powered by CMS. I am in no doubt that the combination of our technologies with TTC’s extensive customer base will be a powerful combination,” he explained.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.