Apployee visualizes the link between carbon emissions and driver behaviour using BigMile


Validated calculations of carbon savings resulting from sustainable driving

Apployee, a specialist in employee-related sustainability, has announced that it is integrating BigMile’s software. This will allow Apployee to produce validated calculations demonstrating that truck drivers’ vitality and behaviour behind the wheel have a significant impact on CO2 emissions.

The extreme labour shortage in the transport sector is coupled with growing pressure on truck drivers. They are often criticized for driving inefficiently or arriving late at destinations. Solution-oriented Apployee offers a targeted leadership programme based around motivation, driving behaviour, and health and safety. And by integrating the BigMile Emission API, it is now also adding sustainability.

Real-time driving behaviour

As the basis for its coaching programme, Apployee uses a lot of data in combination with Organizational Behaviour Management (OBM). This proven method can achieve structural and lasting behavioural change to drive optimization in organizations. 

It starts with analysing the driver’s behaviour in a real-life transport context. This should include consideration of factors such as the vehicle’s technical specs, the weight of the load, weather and road conditions, and the company culture. In addition, drivers can opt for to wear a smartwatch, enabling their vitality to be measured in real time. 

Source- Bigmile

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