Lightfoot uses engine efficiency to inform driving style in real-time, rather than relying on retrospective data like telematics systems.
The device itself sits on the dashboard and uses lights and optional audio to inform the driver on how efficiently they’re driving.
If they are pushing your engine too far and driving inefficiently, they will see the lights go from green to red.
The University of Bath’s Chris Brace, Professor of Automotive propulsion and Director of the Institute of Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS), has heralded Lightfoot as a game changer for modern fleet vehicles, addressing emissions in the real world.
Lightfoot is one of the only ways to reduce the amount of NOx in the real world due to its ability to change driving style in real time.
Lightfoot can deliver accident frequency reduction of up to 40%. Indeed, having analysed millions of miles of driving data, that 40% has been validated by major insurers and brokers who support and promote Lightfoot as a leading risk management fleet tool.
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