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GreenRoad Technologies

United States
2004
Private
< $10m
51 - 200
GreenRoad, the pioneer in driver behavior technology, is delivering the backbone for the future of vehicle safety in the new era of Intelligent Mobility. For over a decade, GreenRoad’s connected vehicle solution has revolutionized the way commercial fleets drive by combining real-time, in-cab coaching with cloud-based contextual intelligence to make every business mile safer. GreenRoad’s IoT platform enables service providers to build zero-latency safety applications for connected vehicles and cities.
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Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
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Number of Case Studies4
GreenRoad Technologies - GreenRoad Driver Behavior (First Group PLC)
GreenRoad Technologies - GreenRoad Driver Behavior (First Group PLC)
As part of its global initiatives, FirstGroup wanted to meet its of goal of reducing its CO2 emissions by 100,000 tons while improving passenger safety and comfort.
GreenRoad Technologies - GreenRoad Driver Behavior (EYMS)
GreenRoad Technologies - GreenRoad Driver Behavior (EYMS)
EYMS was struggling to counteract the rising price of fuel when it first began looking for solutions. The team investigated a number of options but were attracted to GreenRoad because it did not need to interface with existing telematics and vehicle information. At that time, a significant proportion of the EYMS fleet did not have an Engine Control Unit (ECU).
Iron Mountain Sees Fleet Wide Improvement
Iron Mountain Sees Fleet Wide Improvement
At the end of 2008 the company set out to significantly improve their driving culture by focusing on four main goals: • Reduce overall risk • Reduce the number of safety incidents • Reduce costs • Fulfill their legal duty under Health & Safety legislation Iron Mountain embarked on a comprehensive risk assessment program for all commercial vehicle drivers, which reduced reported incidents by 71% and cut the cost of claims by 43% in just two years. To further this effort Iron Mountain partnered with its insurance provider, Zurich, to acquire and deploy GreenRoad across its entire fleet to help reduce insurance premiums by improving driver behavior and reducing overall risk exposure.
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