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Title: Driving Safety Technology In Vehicle Monitoring Systems (IVMS)


1
Driving Safety Technology In Vehicle Monitoring
Systems (IVMS)
  • Colonel Mark Trostel
  • Driving Safety Advisor
  • Encana Natural Gas, USA
  • WOGISA
  • Casper, Wyoming
  • October 12, 2010

2
Why is Driving Safety Important?
3
Why is Driving Safety Important?
  • Encana Cares - Culture of Safety
  • Statistics
  • US fatalities 37,261 in 2008 (NHTSA)
  • O G Industry (NIOSH)
  • Half of all job-related deaths involve MV
  • State rankings for MV deaths
  • 1 Texas!
  • 2 Louisiana!
  • 4 Wyoming!

4
Why (cont.)
  • MV crashes are the leading cause of death for
    16-34 year old Americans
  • Estimated 99 Billion each year in medical,
    insurance, legal, property damage and lost
    productivity costs (based on 2005 data CDC
    report 08-27-2010)
  • Company AND Personal Liability!

5
Causes of MVIs
  • 1 SPEED
  • 2 Inattention or Distracted
  • Cell phones, texting, computers, eating, reading,
    make-up, etc., etc.
  • 3 - DUI/DUID
  • 40 of all MV Fatalities in the U.S. nearly
    15,000 deaths -2009
  • Every 40 minutes
  • 4 Fatigue
  • 24 hours awake .10 BAC

6
Causes cont.
  • O G specific issues
  • Backing
  • Wildlife Livestock
  • Weather and Road Conditions
  • Seat Belts
  • 1 type of fatal crash
  • 71 of all MV Fatalities in Wyoming No seat
    Belts!
  • Lowest compliance rate in U.S. (67)
  • National compliance rate is 84
  • Secondary Enforcement Law
  • 392.16 CFR (CMVs)

7
No Belts? The Results!
8
Wyoming Seat Belt Coalition
  • Mission to increase seatbelt usage in Wyoming to
    prevent fatalities and decrease the number and
    severity of injuries in traffic crashes.
  • Members represent a broad spectrum from safety,
    law enforcement and government organizations.
  • Industry Representation - lacking
  • Survey
  • Business card to me if interested

9
IVMS Driving Technology - ROVER Program Overview
  • Division wide implementation of Cartasites ROVER
    in every company light vehicle.
  • Driver Scorecard emailed to driver each week.
  • Drivers analyze their driving and self-correct
    undesirable behavior.
  • Supervisors can log into online mapping and
    reporting application, worldVIEW at any time.

10
Why Cartasite? Safety, Economic and Environmental
Impact
15 reduction in fuel consumption 10 reduction
in emissions
10
11
ROVER Device
  • Installation - takes less than 10 seconds . . .
  • No wires, no antennas. Plugs right into the
    diagnostic port.
  • Robust data collection hard braking, rapid
    acceleration, overspeed, time of day driving,
    idle time, MPG

11
12
Sample Scorecard ECA Pool Vehicle 7
All drivers
Individual
13
Sample Scorecard ECA Pool Vehicle 7 Week of Sept
6
All drivers
Individual
14
How is my Overall Score calculated?
Maximum score100
  • You start with 60 points receive additional
    points based on performance for each of the
    following driving metrics
  • Overspeed any speed over 75 is recorded as an
    overspeed event
  • Serious injury risk increases as speed increases.
  • Hard braking any deceleration of 6 mph per
    second or more
  • A major indicator of distracted driving
  • Rapid Acceleration-acceleration in excess of 6
    mph per second or more
  • A major indicator of aggressive driving
  • Idling events total number of hours idling
    (more than 3 minutes in one location)
  • Economic/environmental impact or idling
  • 5 minutes of idling wastes one 8 oz cup of
    gasoline.

15
Cartasites dashboard -worldVIEW
  • Real Time analysis
  • Supervisor dashboard for enhanced group data
    analysis
  • Individual and team views

9/12/2013
15
16
Benefits
  • Healthier, safer, more productive workforce
  • Reduced Costs fuel consumption (MPG), Idling
    time, vehicle maintenance
  • Reduced Personal and Company Liability
  • Reduced CO2 Emissions Green technology
  • Positive Public Perception

17
Commitment
  • Driving is a function of your job!
  • Your Vehicle is Your Work Site
  • True Professionals knowledge, skill, practice

18
Your Daily Objective
  • Go Home Safely to Your Family!!!

19
Questions?
20
Contact Information
  • Colonel Mark V. Trostel
  • Driving Safety Advisor
  • Encana Natural Gas (USA) Inc.
  • 370 17th Street
  • Suite 1700
  • Denver, Colorado 80202
  • 720-876-3675
  • 303-801-7843
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