|Product / Service||AAMI INSURANCE|
|Category||C02. Use of Real-time Data|
|Entrant||OGILVY AUSTRALIA Melbourne, AUSTRALIA|
|Idea Creation||OGILVY AUSTRALIA Melbourne, AUSTRALIA|
|PR||OGILVY PUBLIC RELATIONS Melbourne, AUSTRALIA|
|Production||OGILVY AUSTRALIA Melbourne, AUSTRALIA|
|David Ponce de Leon||Ogilvy Melbourne||Executive Creative Director|
|Karsten Jurkschat||Ogilvy Melbourne||Senior Art Director|
|Alex Little||Ogilvy Melbourne||Senior Copywriter|
|David Fox||Ogilvy Australia||CEO|
|Gavin MacMillan||Ogilvy Melbourne||Head of Strategy/Managing Partner|
|Michael McEwan||Ogilvy Melbourne||Managing Partner|
|Belinda Danks-Woodley||Ogilvy Melbourne||Group Account Director|
|Sarah Bailey||Ogilvy Melbourne||Group Account Director|
|Belinda Bassingthwaite||Ogilvy Melbourne||Account Director|
|Jessica McColl||Oilvy Melbourne||Account Manager|
|Jason Davey||Ogilvy Australia||National Head of Digital|
|Alistair Bruyns||Ogilvy Melbourne||Head of Digital|
|Josh Bondy||Ogilvy Melbourne||Technical Director|
|Tim Chapman||Ogilvy Australia||Technical Director|
|Alex McNeilly||Ogilvy Melbourne||Senior Digital Project Manager|
|Gina Hughes||Ogilvy Australia||UX Director|
|Mark Tompkins||Ogilvy Melbourne||Digital Art Director|
|Rani Shabtai||Ogilvy Melbourne||Senior Digital Designer/UX Designer|
|Jesse Steinfort||Ogilvy Melbourne||Senior Designer|
|Kate Aurel-Smith||Oily PR||Associate Director|
|Bronte Tarn-Weir||Ogilvy PR||Senior Account Director|
|Sonia Heng||Ogilvy PR||Account Manager|
|April Gore||Ogilvy PR||Account Executive|
|Lauren Shepherd||Suncorp||Project Lead|
|Alok Pandit||Suncorp||Project Manager|
|Andrew Muir||Suncorp||Digital Self Service Specialist|
|Albert Kalaja, Kiran Abraham, Ngoc Nguyen, Michael La||Suncorp||Technical Team|
|Kristi Woolrych||Suncorp||EGM Brand and Marketing|
|Tim Hernadi||Suncorp||Head of Brand and Marketing|
|Michelle Martinis, Jo-Anne Tierney, Claire Whish-Wilson, Catherine Bloxsom, Ange||AAMI||Marketing Team|
AAMI SmartPlates, a real-time drive tracker and coach that sits at the centre of a new digital learning eco-system: connecting young drivers, parents, instructors and road authorities for the first time. At the core, is the AAMI SmartPlates mobile app, which tracks every detail of every drive, so Learners can focus on the road while their practice hours, routes, road type, weather and traffic density, are monitored and recorded in real-time. Captured data gets crunched into skills sets so Learners, parents and instructors can gain a complete picture of their progress, what they’re mastering and what needs improvement via a customized learning plan. AAMI SmartPlates Coach knows why, when and where they need practice and how to motivate them, reducing the risk of accidents caused by overconfidence and inexperience; using driving, map and road data in such an innovative way that could actually help reduce the Australian road toll.
The development process took 6 months with rigorous user testing (including a closed beta) and customised app adjustments to fall in line with each of the different Australian State Government requirements. We selected the last week of February 2017 as the ideal date to launch AAMI SmartPlates as Australian high school students returned to classes after their long summer break. In addition to our digital and mobile platform, we supported the launch of AAMI SmartPlates with an integrated media campaign including EDM’s, digital media, YouTube, cinema, social, outdoor and collateral. The learner drivers’ logbook is a legal requirement in Australia, so our scale is national. We launched in South Australia first, as the South Australian Government was the first to officially recognize AAMI SmartPlates as their primary digital platform for Learner Drivers. We officially launched in Queensland in early May 2017, with Tasmania following shortly after.
• +16 million people reached. • Featured in over 100 pieces of national media. • 88% positive sentiment towards AAMI Brand. • AAMI spokesperson featured in 73% of all earned media coverage • Earned PR/Advertising value over $2million AUD • 5193 unique downloads, 100% South Australian target achieved in first month. • 17,565 unique downloads to date. (July 2017) • Change in behavior: The launch of AAMI SmartPlates has been welcomed as a long overdue update to road safety and a catalyst for Australian Road and Traffic authorities to modernise. Since launch in March 2017, it has been officially endorsed by the South Australia, Queensland and Tasmanian governments, adopting our digital platform as their primary Learner Driver platform and allowing young drivers to submit their AAMI SmartPlates logged hours as proof of driving experience.
AAMI SmartPlates completely reinvents the way young Australians learn to drive by transforming their smartphone into a real-time digital driving tracker and coach, using captured data to give young drivers a more accurate report of their driving experience. This new media connects parents, kids, communities and government authorities by helping keep the next generation of Australian drivers, safe. It’s a real solution, to a real problem that will make a real difference to road safety in Australia. Through SmartPlates, AAMI is set to become an insurance company that not only covers accidents, but helps the next generation avoid them entirely.
AAMI data revealed a weakness in sales to young drivers. New to the world of insurance, they usually go with their parents’ choice. Our target audience was young drivers between 16 and 25 years old, due to their reliance on mobile technology and the likely adoptability of a utility program over its paper-based alternative. Our audience wasn’t only young drivers but their parents too. In Australia, Learner Drivers are required to undertake 120 hours of supervised driving before attaining their license. The bulk of this time is spent with a parent, an ideal opportunity to introduce AAMI. The approach was to infiltrate driving time with utility. The mobile platform is the perfect media choice for such a utility. Research uncovered the biggest tension is the requirement to submit an archaic paper-based logbook of supervised driving sessions to get your learner’s license, which AAMI SmartPlates is seeking to replace.