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Tranzaura builds pioneering technology solutions that make safety, awareness and efficient work practices, the centre of everyday life, for people in transport across all industries.

Our integrated Transport Safety Solution aims to provide an innovative and efficient way for organisations to implement preventative and proactive measures for vehicle & driver safety as well as communications.

OUR SOLUTIONS

Available worldwide, our solutions empower companies with medium to large fleets to effectively manage their compliance requirements whilst also optimising efficiency, safety, awareness and communications of drivers and their vehicles. They work seamlessly together for optimal results, but can also be used as standalone as required.
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VEHICLE CHECKS

VEHICLE CHECKS

Manage your vehicle checks more effectively in a mobile app.

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ACCIDENT INCIDENT

ACCIDENT INCIDENT

Real time accident information to reduce claims, disputes and enhance protection.

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TACHOGRAPH ANALYSIS

TACHOGRAPH ANALYSIS

To keep your company compliant and build the blocks for complete earned recognition.

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WORKSHOP MANAGEMENT

WORKSHOP MANAGEMENT

Vehicle doctor to manage defects, road worthiness and necessary repairs.

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DRIVER CONNECT

DRIVER CONNECT

Promote dynamic learning and remote worker communications to get the best from your drivers.

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UPCOMING WEBINARS

Throughout the year, our team of industry experts will be hosting a series of webinars which will share valuable insight for those in the transport industry.

‘Connect the disconnected’ using technology

Complete: 21st June 2018 | 11 A.M

To view the video recording of this industry discussion please click here. This informative discussion explored how fleet drivers can become the most disenfranchised part of any operation because of loneliness in the job and the remote nature of what they do; consequently resulting in a disconnected frame of mind and therefore unsafe driving behaviour. Our main focus was how we can solve this issue in a digital world using a holistic approach to technology that will ensure a strategic, sustainable and maintainable driver improvement programme for safer behaviour.

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How can safety drive profitability

September 2018

The biggest barrier to linking safety and profitability is the ability to measure safety in real time and make appropriate safety decisions based on this information. Technology provides the answers needed to show how dynamically adapting safety to real time events increases productivity.

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INSIGHTS

Access the latest industry knowledge, opinion & resources for the transport industry, brought to you by our team of industry experts.

The consequences of a disengaged fleet driver

14.08.18

Drivers work hard and commit to tackling one of the economy’s most demanding and important jobs. They're on the road for long periods of time, delivering goods safely, securely and on time. All this despite increasingly congested roads and demanding logistics schedules. Without drivers, economies would come to a halt but driving long distance is hard – it can be a tiring, stressful and lonely job. Drivers are the backbone to company running a successful fleet, so its an important to understand what the consequences can to remote drivers becoming disengaged.

  Here are some of the consequences; Driver Isolation: due to the remote nature of their job, driving anywhere and everywhere and detached from the office, they are remote workers. This can lead to them feeling a little withdrawn and disengaged from their job responsibilities, which will inevitably start to affect productivity, safety and an organisations public image. Driver's appearing a little switched off: a disconnected driver can just appear switched off or not in tune with the company they work for, diminishing the attention they pay to their tasks and allowing bad habits creep into their daily working life. Looking out for the small issues and dealing with them early can go a long way in preventing the dreaded loss of a valuable employee and protecting an organisations good name allowing them to operate and trade in a positive way. Driver's frame of mind at risk: A driver that has a disconnected frame of mind can unfortunately be more of a risk taker and will show other unsafe attitudes when out driving. This can place a driver and other road users at serious risk and can damage company reputation in terms of safety culture and can result in potential costs related to accidents or any vehicle damage. Driver morale & dissatisfaction: unfortunately remote workers do feel more job dissatisfaction than office based employees, it just comes with the nature of their job.The increased international driving in this sector results in longer periods away from home. This coupled with insufficient rest, high strain and low autonomy are seen as the most problematic employment issues concerning drivers. However, there are consequences with this in terms of driver retention and explains why one of the hottest topic in Fleet these days is driver retention as the industry is currently suffering from an acute shortage of commercial drivers or many drivers having 'one foot out the door'. The shortage has resulted in skyrocketing driver turnover but this behaviour is not simply a retention issue: - knowledge loss, safety, productivity and employee relationships which are vital to the running of a healthy organisation are negatively affected restricting operational efficiencies. Driver wellbeing: Life as a driver is demanding and challenging, it puts strain on a driver’s wellbeing and health. The environment is stressful and often the problems of the road can be brought home and remove the happiness of the home. A driver’s life impacts more than a driver, it impacts his family and runs the risk of impacting others if involved in accidents. There’s no magic tool for making sure your relationships with remote employees are as strong as they can be. Making a good effort requires being equally conscious of them and understanding the challenges they face. It means trying to replicate the experience of having them physically present with you. The more actions you take to show that you consider them full members of your team, the more likely they are to feel and act that way. Technology does offers new ideas and tools and fleet communications have advanced in recent years to help engage drivers, create efficiencies and therefore minimize mistakes which should ultimately ensure company profitability coupled with a robust safety culture. To discuss this issue further with our specialised team, please contact us here    

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Webinar: Driver Engagement in a Digital World to improve safety

05.07.18

Tranzaura delivered an informative webinar on June 21st, featuring BRAKE, the road safety charity and our valued guest speaker, Graham Bellman from Travis Perkins plc around 'Driver engagement in a digital world to improve safety'.

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Blog: The traits of a disconnected driver

08.04.18

Fleet Drivers can become disenfranchised because of the loneliness of the job and the remote nature of what they do; resulting in a disconnected frame of mind. Here's some common traits of a disconnected driver.

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OUR CLIENTS

Our software solutions benefit clients across the entire transport industry. We're delighted to have many established relationships with a wide range of businesses operating in all verticals of the haulage, retail, oil, bus, waste and construction sectors.

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DS Smith
Web Fleet
Metroline
Conway
CWS
Air Coach
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