AIS 140 have incorporated the monitoring of driver behavior in the system as a must because of many reasons. While the system cannot monitor what is going in the mind of the driver itself but with the modern age communication devices such as wireless monitoring physical aspects of driving can be monitored and analyzed to comprehend and suggest the best driver behavior.
AIS 140 standard for driver performance monitoring clearly states that every vehicle should have driver scorecard and reporting under the operations management guidelines for both intra city and intercity vehicles. Letstrack tracking device helps you to detect the accurate location of the vehicle and the driver. Under the safety regulations it also mandates that there will be no display systems and as such in the driver’s or the attendant’s cabin and view area which can distract the driver in all vehicles. These points include:
· Speed violation
· Driver duty performance
· Driver wise improper stopping
· Details of missed trip
Letstrack AIS 140 GPS tracker incorporates frameworks to screen the vehicle wellbeing on the web which can support the driver take immediate and corrective measures which reduces the off route time for the vehicle. The driver behavior modeling has three main aspects: sensing, application and future systems. There are three main categories of driver behavior:
· Normal behavior: This is when the driver behaves normally and divers with the optimal condition. Follows all the traffic rules, keeps a control on the speed of the vehicle, drives in lanes and is alert at all times.
· Fatigue Behavior: Long working hours and other pressures can cause the driver to be fatigues. This can lead to loss in effective driving. A fatigued driver has the same habits as that of a drunk driver but there is not alcohol in driver blood but just lack of sleep and rest. Feel free to call us at 7827822000 for free demo.