Management & Operations

REI adds software solutions to monitor drivers, optimize routes

Posted on June 2, 2016

Radio Engineering Industries (REI) adds to their software solutions driver monitoring and route optimization. Each software enhancement increases safety and provides cost savings to fleet operators.

REI’s routing software identifies via a cellular connection, if a bus is off route or running late. Past routes are easily optimized saving time and fuel by automatically generating the most efficient path available.

By utilizing REI’s driver monitoring software users can observe video events to improve and adjust driver performance and behavior. The software’s RFID technology provides accurate identification of drivers plus creates a single-page report to track their progress.

Both software solutions are customizable to fit specific needs. Easily configure automatic alerts to notify events of importance, such as a late bus or driving over 65 mph, where immediate action can be taken.

REI’s newest software solutions provide fleet operators increased visibility, risk reduction and maximized operational costs. Combine with REI’s existing A.R.M.O.R. software extensions for a comprehensive fleet management system.

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