WHO NEEDS OUR HELP?


Drive-offs cost fuel retailers millions of dollars every year, and put staff and customers in danger. In response, many retailers leave fuel pumps on prepay by default. While this stop drive-offs, it also detracts from the overall customer experience. The actions of a few have ruined the experience for many.

Until now, the only way to report and combat drive-off incidents was a difficult and time-consuming administration and recovery process.

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology coupled with Auror is the answer. Fuel retailers can put specific pumps on prepay when Auror detects a vehicle that that has previously committed a drive-off.

Auror for fuel retailers works in partnership with the Police, enabling them to receive real-time digital reports about drive-off incidents and respond accordingly.


HOW AUROR HELPED Z ENERGY REDUCE DRIVE-OFFS

REPORT AND SEND QUALITY INFORMATION

Auror for fuel retailers is a customisable platform for reporting incidents ranging from drive-offs to shoplifting. The simple and intuitive user interface allows attendants to report an incident in minutes. Auror transforms the reports into actionable intelligence and notifies the appropriate parties, such as a Law Enforcement or Health and Safety Managers.

PREVENT DRIVE-OFFS WITH REAL-TIME ALERTS

Auror for fuel retailers provides real-time alerts when high-risk offenders may be in the area, if they have been involved in an incident nearby, or if an associated vehicle has been detected entering the station. Staff can become more vigilant, preventing incidents through better customer service rather than being reactive.

MAXIMISE SECURITY AND HEALTH & SAFETY ROI

Auror for fuel retailers provides actionable intelligence on hot stores, hot products, time of day and other trends to Head Office decision-makers. This information ensures resources are focused and deployed when and where they’re needed most. Make data-based decisions rather than random actions.

PARTNER WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT TO REDUCE CRIME

Police can’t beat crime by themselves. Fuel retailers can work together with the community to collect and share information, making it harder to be taken advantage of by Organised Crime Groups.