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Driving analysis, road scoring

This is how the trips are scored

Updated over a week ago

At Cristo, while ensuring convenience services, one of the most important aspects is to help enhance our users' sense of safety on the roads. This is why, right from the first version of Cristo, the app includes driving analysis and scoring system, which provides feedback to drivers about their driving style, and the typical mistakes they make while driving.

How can I record a trip?

As a Pro member, thanks to the telemetry device named Beat, your trips and analyses automatically appear. You don’t have to do anything, as the device senses when you start a trip and also when you arrive at your destination. The driving analysis feature and the trip details can be accessed by clicking on the middle icon in the bottom menu bar. You can view the detailed analysis by opening the respective trip and then swiping up from the bottom of the screen.

You can see the low, medium, and harsh events at the event numbers.

I cannot see my points, the card is grey. What does that mean?

After connection, the device calibrates for a few trips. During this time, Beat is essentially 'getting to know' your car for future analyses. The calibration may complete in as few as 2-3 trips, but it may also take longer. While the device is calibrating, you won’t see the details of the trips; the points for the trips will become available to you only after the calibration process is complete. So, if you see a grey card, there’s nothing you need to do; the calibration process is underway.

Important!💡 The device recalibrates after every reconnection.

How are the trips scored?

The scoring system was developed with the help of drivingcamp instructors, and we continue to work with them for ongoing measurements and data analysis.

For scoring the trips, we use artificial intelligence methodologies. The system divides the trips based on average speed, and evaluates each segment separately, since the implications of making many mistakes in urban traffic are different from those on a highway. In determining the events, we consider how intense each acceleration/deceleration event is, which can fall into three different categories: low, medium, and harsh, influencing the score for the trip. The average of the points for the evaluated segments results in the total score for the trip, but the segments are weighted differently.

🔍Interesting fact: For trips shorter than 1 km or under 10 minutes, the scoring system is very strict, and for a trip not longer than 1 km and with at least two incidents, you only get a score of 5.0!

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