Leading vehicle and transportation companies bet on CogniFit to assess their drivers
- The RACC, Young Drivers or Codes Rousseau are some of the latest companies to incorporate CogniFit neuropsychological assessment batteries to obtain relevant information on the driving quality of their partners or employees.
- Computerized cognitive assessments have become an essential tool for the transport or motor vehicle sector. Incorporating these assessments and cognitive stimulation programmes is a forward-thinking initiative that allows us to offer more competitive services, minimize costs and help reduce accidents.
- CogniFit Driving Assessment Battery (DAB) is a leading technology that provides valuable information to help predict vehicle driving quality, risk level, or accident trend rate. It helps to identify whether there is cognitive impairment or deficits in important aspects involved in driving (ability to estimate distances and speeds, manual dexterity, time perception, attentional skills, auditory and visual perception, response time, etc.).
Leading vehicle and transport companies and strategic partnerships position CogniFit as leaders in neuropsychological driver assessment technology.
The RACC, Young Drivers or Codes Rousseau are some of the latest companies in the automotive and transportation sector that have incorporated CogniFit’s digitized neuropsychological tasks into their organization. With the use of this technology, they seek to obtain relevant information that will allow them to help predict and/or improve the quality of vehicle driving and help them to identify the risk index or accident tendency among their drivers.
“CogniFit’s technological innovation has become an essential tool for predicting driving quality, risk level, or accident tendency index among drivers. Evaluating the cognitive/psychological processes of your partners or employees is a competitive advantage that allows you to offer more efficient and cost-effective services. It helps to minimize accident rate and reduce costs,” explains David Asensio, M. S. Neuroscience Research Manager at CogniFit.
This multidimensional driving assessment is very easy to implement, consisting of an easy-to-use questionnaire aimed at identifying the emotional and temperamental factors of the person’s driving behavior and risk propensity (abiding by road rules and regulations, motivation and driving style). Then a complete battery of scientifically validated neuropsychological tests aimed at helping us to identify whether there is cognitive impairment or deficits in important cognitive aspects involved in driving (ability to estimate distances and speeds, manual dexterity, time perception, attentional skills, auditory and visual perception, response time, etc.).
The total duration of this driving evaluation is approximately 30-40 minutes. All of CogniFit’s tools are accessible and easy for anyone to use.
Drug consumption, cognitive impairment associated with age, impulsivity, emotional distress or the presence of a pathology are some of the factors behind a significant number of traffic accidents.
The results obtained after this evaluation are of great value, as they can help us identify the profile of the reckless driver, if a person is in a good cognitive state to drive or if he or she suffers from a deficiency that may represent a potential risk to road safety.