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  • 1. Distracted Driving: It’s all about preventing accidents Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 2. AHEM Attention H ands Eyes Ma neuver Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 3. Timeline of an Accident Before Drive Defensively Automatic Control Crash After Prevention Avoidance/Mitigation Rescue Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 4. Before Drive Automatic Before Crash After Defensively Control • Make sure random audit drug & alcohol testing in place • Get a good night’s sleep • Pre-Trip inspection & Driver Vehicle Inspection Report • Buckle your seat belt • Familiarize yourself with the controls & instrumentation • Make sure the area around you is clear and navigable Do your policies, procedures, training and audits cover these items? Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 5. Sources of Distraction itcanw ait.com Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 6. More Sources of Distraction • Flashing things (Eye/brain attracted to change) • Signs on the road, lights on bicyclists, turn signal, radio display, tell tale or idiot light • People talking(blurting out) and waving their hands • Reaching for something • Eating • Mind elsewhere • Problems with family, finances, tension at home, don’t feel well • Mobile radio, CB (exempt) Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 7. Drive Defensively Drive Automatic Before Crash After Defensively Control • Watch what the other guy might do • Control your speed • Scan your mirrors • Use Assistance systems • Don’t handle mobile devices Do your policies, procedures, training and audits cover these items? Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 8. BUT w doe s a fleet em ains: ho rules? the que stion r obeyin g such Yet ts drive rs are techn ology is ensur e that i p many believe recisely a ga to fil l . That is p ideally suited Seann Kilcarr, Fleet Owner Magazine Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 9. Technology Tools -- Hands Free • Placement • Keep it in your pocket • Lock it away • Interlock with the engine, transmission, steering wheel • Attach to the dash • Control • Single Button “Push to Talk” • Voice recognition and control Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 10. Other Options • Cell phone applications • Possible vehicle link via OBD or DataBus • Fleet management information • Inward looking cameras • Built in by OEM • Recent Shark Tank idea of lights/sensors in steering wheel • Vibration cancelling technology--seats, steering • Wearable computing • Microphones, headphones, noise canceling headphones Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 11. Wearable Computing Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 12. Choosing--Keep It Seriously Simple (KISS) Feature/Function Importance Rating Combined Placement Where does it mount? Easy to reach? Obstruct drive field of view? Interlock with vehicle? Control Single button operation? Push to Talk capability? Minimal operation needed while driving? Does it support voice control? Human Machine Interface Is the screen easy to understand, uncluttered? Easy to learn to operate? Night time brightness okay? Are the keys backlit? Is the font size large enough? Are the keys big and easy to operate? Additional Features Is operation of some functions automatic? Driver Vehicle Inspection Report capability? TOTAL Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 13. Summary -- Technical Options • Hardware • Add to your current solution (bluetooth ear pieces, speaker mics, mounting devices) to make hands free • Software • Take advantage of any software upgrades or options to lock out driver usage • New equipment • Could be your best bet with many features and functions • Consider future wireless capabilities as the carriers turn off older systems Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13
  • 14. Summary -- Change for the Better • People • Involve from the beginning • Help them understand the need for change • Process • New process should be easier and better for the driver • New process may help your customers • Technology • Needs to serve and support • Needs to be funded and pay back the investment Confidential and Proprietary, © 2013, Tech-I-M, LLCSunday, March 10, 13