DriverNet is also scheduled to be used by volunteers performing wellbeing checks as a mobile triage service. The team behind the app will gather key data on people’s mental health, wellbeing and food requirements and share it directly with local authorities, charities and the NHS to provide more informed response and services.
Alex Weedon, SME Director at Connected Places Catapult said: “Anthony Chisnall [co-founder and CEO] and his team at DriverNet have developed a great product that has the potential to digitally transform transport and mobile workforce operations, that will improve the efficiency, experience and service levels and it’s fantastic to see this application being used to help the members of the community most in need of support when they need it.”
If you know of any organisations or charities who need these services or want access to fully sanitised delivery or passenger vehicles in the Warrington/St Helen’s area, please contact Anthony Chisnall via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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