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The Benefits Of Sustainable Travel

We’re looking forward to “The benefits of sustainable travel” webinar with our partners Brake, the road safety charity this October 17th. Omoove‘s Edwin M. Colella will discuss how technology has evolved mobility and sustainable travel and Andy Hibbert from Car & Away will highlight the disruption taking place on the traditional car rental service model! Join us here 


View the full ‘The benefits of the sustainable travel’ webinar here: Youtube 

Together for Safer Roads – Annual Report

Every business has a stake in road safety. Octo partners with Together for Safer Roads (TSR) and many other private organizations to bring together members’ knowledge, data, technology, and global networks to improve road safety globally and within local communities.

Our collective efforts are paying off, as evidenced in TSR’s recently released annual report.

Through a TSR and City of Atlanta partnership, information was collected and analyzed by combining both public and private datasets to create a dashboard with analytical indices to estimate crash risk levels based on weather, traffic, events, and other risk indicators.

Progress continues around the globe. For example, in Shanghai TSR established a collaboration mechanism between academia, government, private sector, and non-governmental organizations, supported by media and a celebrity ambassador, to enhance the safety of Shanghai’s transport. Together, crash hotspot roadway segments and behavior-based commercial driver safety is being analyzed and improved.

In addition, through concerted action and collaboration, TSR and the State of São Paulo are reducing the state’s crash fatalities. Together, a data system and action plans for road infrastructure, education, and supervision are being implemented to support cities across the state to reduce deaths and injuries.

To learn more about TSR’s drive to save lives, read the 2016 Annual Report.

3 Steps Companies Can Take to Solve Road Safety Challenges Using Big Data

Companies must consider the welfare of their employees, as well as the dangers their fleets could pose to other road users. Together for Safer Roads recently published a great blog post providing companies with three steps they can take to solve road safety challenges. Octo is honored to be used as an example telematics solution for addressing fleet safety issues.

Read the full blog post: 3 Steps Companies Can Take to Solve Road Safety Challenges Using Big Data.

Octo Telematics is a member of Together for Safer Roads – an innovative coalition of global private sector companies, across industries, collaborating to improve road safety. The coalition brings together members’ knowledge, data, technology, and global networks to focus on five areas that will make the greatest impact globally and within local communities.

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