Nauto has introduced a new cloud platform that learns driver behavior in order to predict risky...

Nauto has introduced a new cloud platform that learns driver behavior in order to predict risky behavior.

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Nauto has introduced a cloud-based telematics platform powered by artificial intelligence that learns driver behaviors and will be able to predict and prevent high-risk driving events, helping fleet managers reduce claims by at least 35%, the company has announced.

Several customers who have been testing the technology have reported a more than 80% reduction to the company.

Nauto's Driver Behavior Learning Platform, which is available now, uses A.I. to continuously analyze sensor data from driving behaviors, exterior hazards, and vehicle movement as they are happening, according to the company.

The platform includes several modules, including In-Vehicle Alerts, On-Demand Coaching, Claims Management, Safety Insights, and Driver Engagement.

"When evaluating dozens of seemingly similar technologies, Nauto's real-time In-Vehicle Alerts, and the ability to exonerate our drivers from false claims, were a clear differentiator," said Kevin Burton, vice president of fleet operations for Loram Maintenance of Way, Inc. "From the moment we installed Nauto across our fleet, we saw a tremendous change in driver behavior. In addition to combating distracted driving, Nauto's platform alone has cleared our drivers in 70% of our wrongful at-fault insurance investigations in the first ten months."

The in-vehicle alerts compare vehicle data with insights from more than 400 million A.I.-analyzed video miles and billions of telemetry data points. The solution also incorporates on-demand coaching by offering videos of coachable events and image analysis. The claims management feature alerts managers to file first notice of loss following a collision.

A newly designed dashboard can prioritize improvement opportunities with an event map and device health dashboard. Driver engagement features include a mobile app that enables drivers to view their scores and event videos.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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