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Apple introducing a new "Do not disturb while driving"

By Sergio Barata July 7, 2017

Apple is introducing a new "Do not disturb while driving" mode for its iOS 11 software update, which is due out soon. This news swiftly follows March’s announcement of stricter punishments for drivers caught on their mobiles. This isn’t the first time that Apple has dipped its toe in the world of driver behaviour.

Telogis has collaborated with Apple as member of its mobility partner programme, to create Telogis Coach, an app that supports mobile workers with real-time data on key business metrics including productivity, compliance, safety and driver behaviour.

As Apple’s telematics partner of choice, we’re passionate about finding innovative ways to encourage optimum fleet performance and improve safety on the roads.

Telogis Coach’s leadership feature enables peer comparison across preferred driving behaviours. By injecting friendly competition and gamification into fleet safety, performance and driver safety will naturally start to improve.


Sergio Barata

Sergio Barata is the General Manager for EMEA and has been with the company since 2008.

Tags: Compliance, Safety

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