LAS VEGAS – Vigillo and J.J. Keller & Associates have partnered to launch a Prescriptive Analytics Solution that identifies unsafe behavior by truck drivers and then assigns training designed to address the issues, announced Vigillo CEO Steven Bryan at the American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition.
Bryan explained that solution leverages the data that Vigillo routinely gathers from over 500,000 truck drivers to diagnose driver behavior that may lead to unsafe operations.
For example, he said that CSA violation data from law enforcement is combined with critical event data from on-board technology to create “a rich profile of driver behavior.”
The resulting “map of risky behavior” is then matched with subject matter from the extensive J.J. Keller Training On Demand library of interactive driver training courses to remediate those unsafe behaviors, Bryan explained.
“Identifying training opportunities, then deploying a training solution virtually in real time, is just another example of taking the power of data and turning it into actionable solutions,” said Bryan. “We are thrilled to be working with J.J. Keller on this innovative use of our technology.”
“This partnership taps into our companies’ core strengths — safety training for J.J. Keller and data mining for Vigillo — to improve driver safety,” Rustin Keller, executive vice president and COO of J.J. Keller noted in a statement. “And that’s really what it’s all about.”