September 20, 2011

Zonar, Zoomsafer partner on anti-distracted driving phone software

Zonar, a provider of electronic fleet inspection, tracking and operations solutions, and ZoomSafer, provider of policy management software to prevent distracted driving, announced a strategic agreement to increase safety for commercial, public and private fleets, and the traveling public.

This new solution integrates Zonar’s fleet management technologies with ZoomSafer’s FleetSafer policy management solutions to help customers manage employee cell phone use while driving.

FleetSafer Mobile is patented software for BlackBerry and Android smart phones that automatically prevents texting, emailing and browsing while driving to enable fleets to proactively enforce employee mobile phone use policies. FleetSafer Vision is a cloud-based analytics service that combines telematics data with details of employee mobile phone use to help fleets monitor risky driver behavior.

Zonar’s vehicle telematics system provides real-time vehicle location and captures data from the vehicle’s engine including speed, fuel efficiency and fault codes. This data will be integrated with FleetSafer solutions to provide a complete picture of and tools to manage driver behavior.

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