Over 2000 driving schools in China have chosen Chainway telematics-based vehicle-mounted computer to track the progress of the students’ training and the deployment of instructors.
When, where & which student is taking the practice class under the instruction of which instructor, whether the instructional vehicle is in good condition, and how long the student drives the vehicle, these are some questions that every driving school and every student want to know. With Chainway, everything is possible. Chainway solution for driving school surely answers all these questions.
Chainway driving school solution consists of software, online training system, and vehicle-mounted computer. The telematics-based vehicle-mounted computer V600 integrates HF RFID scanner, fingerprint scanner, camera, combined global positioning system (GPS) / BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), quad-core processor, 4G LTE connection, 2.4G & 5G dual-band Wi-Fi and OBD data collection ability. It enables driving school to monitor the on-road training process in real time.
On beginning of every practice class, a student and an instructor tap their ID cards or scan their fingerprints to verify their identities. V600 then starts to time the training and measure the vehicle movement. Data is transmitted wirelessly to the back-end system, where students can log in to their accounts to view their training hours and driving distance.
Chainway also holds an online training system where student can learn theoretical driving knowledge if they want to review things they have learned in driving school. They can get to them on any device. Only sign in to the system from their PC or a free app on their smartphone or tablet. Together with on-road practice, theoretical classes and on-line reviewing, students would definitely make significant progress throughout courses.
The on-board diagnostics II (OBD-II) port is the portal to accessing car data, from vehicle’s fuel economy to its range, speed, or fluid levels. V600 has an OBD-II protocol which enables this vehicle-mounted computer to interpret and display the data. Taking full advantage of vehicle’s routes, student’s driving behavior, and vehicle health status helps driving school be more informed. Integrated cameras can take photos and videos as proof when necessary, and GPS functionality tracks the vehicle’s geographical position.
Chainway telematics-based V600 streamlines driving school operations, reduces labor costs of manually entering data, increases staff productivity and provokes students’ learning interests.