Paper-based driving/road skills tests require results to be calculated by hand and entered into a computer manually. In addition to the loss of time, these methods are more prone to errors and potential fraud. IDEMIA RoadTest creates efficiencies for State Licensing Agencies, and allows them to serve the public faster.
RoadTest provides automated driving/road skills test scoring on a tablet for DMV and authorized third party testing agencies, replacing paper-based processes for all aspects of driving/road skills testing – including Commercial Driver’s Licence, school bus, and motorcycle licenses. Drivers are scored in real-time, and receive an immediate pass/fail notification upon test completion.
RoadTest includes unique features such as the ability for the examiner to establish and change routes before leaving the office, and at-a-glance reporting summaries of activities enable agencies to spot trends and anticipate periods of high demand. Test results, start and stop time, test duration, vehicle speeds, and any photos of the driver, examiner, vehicle and potential infractions are retained as part of the testing record, with all stored data and data in transit duly encrypted. GPS tracking and other antifraud capabilities help ensure the integrity of the testing process.
RoadTest tracks test routes real-time via embedded GPS, which helps to mitigate fraud by pointing out where off-route travel and suspicious route times have occurred and ensures driver safety.
RoadTest provides examiners and drivers with immediate and more accurate scoring, by replacing manual data entry with an automated test.
RoadTest automatically saves complete test results, including start and stop time, photos and applicant signature, and allows easy retrieval and retention of this data as needed by the State.
I have no reservations about recommending to other jurisdictions IDEMIA and its AutoTest, Web Test and RoadTest products. We view IDEMIA as a true partner in providing these solutions to the Commonwealth of Virginia.Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Program Manager Tully Wellborn