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DriverNet, winners of MIA 2019.

Mersey Innovation Winners

Out of 80+ entrants, DriverNet was named winner of the Merseyside Innovation Awards, taking home the £10,000 winner’s cheque. Up against two very strong finalists, PIN IoT and ORCHA, DriverNet was voted winner for our system’s innovative approach, research and commercial potential after a private judging panel and pitch competition.

BP Innovation Challenge

From Water St, St Helens to St James Sq, London, DriverNet was one of 6 innovative businesses selected to take part in BP’s Innovation Challenge. Our CEO, Ant Chisnall, presented our vision of a safe, secure, sustainable and healthy future to the BP Executive team. We at DriverNet are now excited to explore some new […]

Connected Customer

After a successful three month pilot, DriverNet has secured St Helens local authority as our first customer after deploying our driver mobile app within their community bus operations. We are now looking forward to explore applications of DriverNet within other local authority transport operations across our community, from recycling and waste, salt spreading, bulky rubbish, domiciliary care […]

Tech Missions

Our CEO Ant recently travelled to Singapore and Los Angeles with nine other leading UK start ups to participate in government funded technology missions centred around mobility solutions. The missions enabled DriverNet and fellow SMEs to explore opportunities and pilots with some of the leading fleet operators in the world. Watch this space for developments, pilots and […]

ADEPT Winners

DriverNet was recently invited with eight other UK start ups in the mobility space to attend the 2018 annual ADEPT conference ( Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planing and Transport ). A Dragons den style pitch competition was the finale of the two day event, with DriverNet being declared overall winner with 75% of the audience votes.

App Launch

DriverNet recently partnered with St Helens Council, launching our driver app and management system within their community bus operations. DriverNet is now being used to streamline transport operations and improve compliance and communications, significantly reducing the amount of failed collections, paperwork, phone calls and admin in their highly dynamic transport operation.