iR3 Police Fleet Management
iR3 has been designed in working partnership with emergency service and large private sector organisations, to optimise resource management practices, including fleet and transport operations in challenging environments. Reporting and software user experience provide easy to understand, relevant and accessible information to support operational decision making.
Our iR3 Fleet management software (comprising of iR3 Now & iR3 Recall apps) is built in-house and this enables L&A to differentiate by being responsive to specific customer environments, tailoring reporting and configuring iR3 user experience to take into account individual and often unique organisational requirements. iR3 has been proven to deliver up to 25% operational fleet savings in emergency service organisations. iR3 Fleet provides the tools to optimise Fleet management and adds contextual intelligence to dispatch processes.
iR3 Fleet features include
Real-time vehicle tracking, covert fleet & Driver ID
Desktop web-based and mobile web app tracking tool showing vehicle location and status (whether sirens, blues and two, flashing headlamps etc. are active or not) in real-time. Using iR3 Fleet with Command and Control supports the dispatch process by making vehicle locations easier to find and view.
iR3 Fleet also offers covert real-time vehicle tracking. User and data permissions ensure only a restricted subset of officers have access to Covert vehicle tracking. This subset of users will see covert vehicle locations, alongside regular operational vehicles.
While our Driver ID system attributes the driver to a vehicle using RFID cards for behaviour analysis and reporting.
Mileage analysis & predictive servicing
iR3 Fleet interfaces with Tranman to allow predictive servicing based on vehicle usage. If desirable, iR3 Fleet can also predict and report on vehicle servicing independent of the Fleet management system. As iR3 interfaces directly with Tranman for all vehicle details fleet administrators avoid the need to double-key Fleet details.
Electronic log book
Automates the vehicle log book by recording the start date/time, end date/time, driver, mileage, speed and location route of each vehicle trip. All trips can be replayed and your organisation will save time on keeping manual journey logs.
Vehicle availability by location and time of day
iR3 Fleet reports on vehicle availability per Police Station, which can be used to identify the optimum number of vehicles required to meet demand. Electronic Car Park algorithms geo-fence police station boundaries and measure when vehicles are inside using telematics data. Analysis identifies the number of vehicles required per station to meet officer and staff demand 95% of the time.
When operational managers resource for 95% of demand, then they will always be able to focus on operational priorities, while at times of need being able to share vehicles between roles and vehicles from other police stations.
iR3 Fleet also reports on vehicle downtime by workshop to identify peaks and troughs in vehicle non-availability to assist in optimising Fleet availability.
Vehicle health monitoring via CANbus fault reporting
iR3 Fleet reports on all Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and Malfunction Indication Lights (MILs) generated by the engine management system. This can be used to detect vehicle maintenance issues before they become serious and to evaluate the overall performance of vehicles used for operational policing.
Vehicle utilisation reports
Provides insight into vehicle usage patterns grouped by department, role and with drilldowns to individual vehicle results.
Report metrics include:
- Mileage (total and average)
- Time with ignition on and ignition off outside of Police Station
- Time using sirens or blue lights
- Percentage of time and count of vehicles
- In Police Stations
- In workshop/supplier
- stopped in the community with ignition on
- stopped in the community with ignition off
Behaviour is determined by Driving speed and smoothness of cornering. iR3 Fleet uses driver speeding (measured by CANbus and GPS) occurrences and the smoothness of driving used to analyse driver behaviour and improve vehicle fuel MPG performance. Driving styles are scored using g force acceleration and deceleration analysis before being used to rank driver performance. Speeding and IDR events can also be alerted upon in near real-time.
iR3 Fleet enables the creation of geo-fences to measure vehicle activity in predefined locations, in support of community and NIM policing by adding location precision to briefing and debriefing processes.
Incident (IDR) and trip data recording
iR3 Fleet records trip details and the location and size of collisions; including detailed analysis of vehicle behaviour before and after the collision. IDR events are recorded into Vehicle replay and real-time IDR alerts occur in iR3 Fleet tracking.
Regional force vehicle location information sharing
iR3 Fleet can share vehicle locations and status between organisations. Shared resource visibility can be restricted, when in specialist operational teams.