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Monday, August 6th, 2012

Press Release Image ©Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland – 30thJuly 2012 Photography by / Matt mackey All go for road safety: (L-R)John Catling, CEO of FMG is joined by Catriona Fitzpatrick from leading accident services provider, CRASH Services and the company’s founder and managing director Michael McKeown, to announce an exclusive agreement with the UK provider of revolutionary new ‘telematics’ black box technology which is used to monitor driving behaviour and could help reduce the number of accidents on Northern Ireland’s roads. The deal with FMG means that CRASH can now supply the award-winning driver behaviour management system, Ingenium Dynamics, for all of Ireland. The company said that by installing the small device in vehicles, data collected and analysed online from each journey can be used to improve driver behaviour and cut motoring costs for young drivers and fleet managers.

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