My Driver Profile


My Driver Profile has two main screens

  1. The first screen displays information on driving habits and the main characteristics that define a driver's profile.

  2. The second screen highlights the driving conditions that the driver has experienced during his trips.

Main screen

The main screen is divided into three parts:

  1. The first describes the different components of the driver profile.

  2. The second one displays the estimated and actual distances per period (week, month and year).

  3. The third one gives the most common driver’s trip in terms of distance and duration.

Driver’s profile cards

Every driver has a signature that depends on how they use their vehicle. The driver profile function gives an accurate overview of the driver's profile based on an analysis of his driving data.

We have divided the driver profile into 5 characteristics that depends on key variables:

  • the annual distance driven per year

  • the mobility area that includes 90% of the driver’s trips,

  • the percentage of weeks during which the driver has used his vehicle,.,

  • the regularity based on the relative standard deviations of the weekly distance and trip number.

  • the main driving context.

Distance estimation cards

These cards compare for different periods (week, month and year)the actual distance (ie. recorded) with the estimated distance computed from the driver historical data.

Driver’s usual trip

The purpose of this section is to highlight the driver's most common trip in terms of duration and distance.

A minimum of 2 weeks of activity and 500 km driven is required to display the driver profile data. The accuracy and quality of the results improve with the amount of historical data analysed.

​​To include the “Driver Profile” screen into your app, call the following method:


And present the returned view controller using your app’s navigation API.

Driving conditions screen

To visualize the exposure to the external conditions, we have embedded a screen in the graphical component DriverData UI representing the distances covered by the driver in these conditions and per period: week, month and year.

The driver can scroll through cards to visualize the conditions that result from the analysis of his trips:

  • the ranges of distances mostly traveled;

  • trips made during the week or on weekends;

  • the types of roads travelled;

  • the weather conditions;

  • day and night trips;

This information helps the driver to be conscious of the inherent risks and is useful to personalize the driving advice.

You can access this screen by clicking on the button “View my driving conditions” in the main screen.

If you want to include the “Driving Conditions” screen into your app as a standalone screen, call the following method:


And present the returned view controller using your app’s navigation API.

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