Signol is a software platform that uses behavioral interventions to "nudge" vehicle drivers and plant operators into making fuel-efficient decisions.
We transform drivers’ operational data into personalized performance feedback and targets, which we deliver via multiple communication channels, from mobile devices to postal letters. Signol’s tailored motivation and incentives improve operators' fuel efficiency and reduce resource consumption.
Signol is a two-part solution, with one part facing employees and one facing management. Employees can track their behavioral targets and earn charitable donations upon reaching those targets. Each performance report includes personalized insights on behaviors such as idling, speeding, and harsh braking.
Managers can investigate company-wide data and improve management processes based on our evidence. The management platform is optimized to pinpoint new behavioral issues and to facilitate smooth communication while adhering to union standards on privacy and security.
Signol can target and improve a range of behaviours, including engine idling, steady speed, excessive speeding, harsh braking, and acceleration.
Only 2.2% of the world’s vehicles are electric. This percentage is on the way up, but diesel and petrol will comprise a major source of urban pollution for at least the next 10 years. In the U.K. alone, more than 99% of heavy goods vehicles use diesel, which is a significant contributor to nitric oxide emissions in cities.
Attempts to electrify HGVs have been suboptimal and may continue to be so for years to come. However, Signol's technology can substantially reduce emissions from all diesel vehicles, beginning today.
Part of Signol's unique value proposition is its impact on employee wellbeing. Employees subscribed to the Signol service will receive personalized feedback on their performance, as well as the opportunity to earn charitable donations when they meet their targets, which can increase job satisfaction.