Lysanda is partnering with global delivery company TNT to reduce fuel costs and carbon emissions by supporting the annual Drive Me Challenge
The competition uses Lysanda’s Eco-LogTM technology to track the carbon footprint of each vehicle to increase awareness about fuel efficiency
London, 08 October 2010 - Lysanda, the leading provider of advanced technology for vehicle fuel savings, in conjunction with international delivery provider TNT, will be taking part in the Drive Me challenge to promote awareness about increasing vehicle fuel efficiency. The Drive Me Challenge involves 16 teams from TNT offices across the globe competing to be the most fuel efficient.
Lysanda’s Eco-LogTM Metro technology will be fitted into each team’s vehicles to calculate the energy used and emissions produced. The Eco-LogTM Metro unit uses signals and data from each vehicle’s on board diagnostic (OBD) port to gather vital powertrain data, which is filtered, processed and modelled to produce accurate fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and driver behaviour information. This valuable data is then instantly fed back to the driver through an in-vehicle display and sent back to a centralised reporting system for further analysis.
By looking at the real-time result feed, each driver can make simple changes to driving behaviours in order to reduce emissions and cut fuel consumption. The team who has proven to be the most economical will win the challenge.
Lysanda will also be supporting the DriversChallenge 2010, a joint event between TNT and DHL that launched on 7th October 2010 in Holland.
“We are proud to support the TNT Drive Me Challenge for the second year running”, said Alex Willard, CEO, Lysanda. “Eco-LogTM Metro was developed to accurately measure CO2 emissions and understand how much fuel fleets use and why. Armed with this information, Eco-LogTM Metro will aid any company who owns or operates a fleet of vehicles to identify avoidable CO2, as well as find how much fuel is wasted and more importantly why.”
"Lowering emissions and fuel costs can be directly influenced by the right foot of our drivers. Our annual global Drive Me Challenge is a testimonial for that. And also our partner Lysanda, which helps improve driver behaviour in a real time setting," said Carin Ten Hage, Director of TNT’s Planet Me Programme.
Lysanda have been working with TNT Express, TNT Post and Express Road Networks since 2008 and are now working with TNT divisions across the globe.
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About LysandaLysanda is a world leading provider of advanced technology for vehicle fuel savings. Its innovative suite of Eco-LogTM solutions helps reduce vehicle fleet running costs by providing highly accurate data on fuel consumption and wastage.
Lysanda is head quartered in the UK with offices in Kelvedon, Essex. Its leadership team boasts over 100 man-years of power train development experience and is led by Founder and CEO, Alex Willard.
Alex Willard has over 16 years experience in the automotive industry and after establishing Lysanda in 2005, became the brains behind the Eco-Log™ project and supporting patents. Originally trained as a naval architect, Alex has held roles as a power-train technical specialist and programme manager for Ford Motor Co and at engineering consultants, MSX Alex delivered complex advanced technology programmes for a variety of clients including Jaguar Cars.
For more information about Lysanda, please visit www.lysanda.com
Eco-Log™ is a registered trademark of Lysanda.
About TNTTNT provides businesses and consumers worldwide with an extensive range of services for their mail and express delivery needs.
Headquartered in the Netherlands, TNT offers efficient network infrastructures in Europe and Asia and keeps optimising its global network performance. TNT serves more than 200 countries and employs about 160,000 people. Over 2009, TNT reported €10.4 billion in revenues and an operating income of €648 million. TNT is officially quoted on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange.
TNT recognises its social responsibility and has formed partnerships with the United Nations World Food Programme and the United Nations Environment Programme to fight hunger and pollution in the world. Our efforts are being recognised: In 2010, TNT again attained the position of Supersector leader for Industrial Goods and Services in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
More information about TNT can be found on its website http://group.tnt.com