Smart workflows

Simple intuitive apps digitize traditional manual and paper-based fleet management processes such as driver coaching, accident reports and FNOL, maintenance, and delivery reporting to enable the capturing and sharing of vital information in real-time, reducing the reliance on human memory of critical road safety incidents.

  • Automate claims and risk management
  • Coach, empower and reward mobile workers
  • Instant real-time visibility of vehicles and drivers

DashMatics: automate service fleet safety and performance

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Instant real-time visibility

Dual front dash and interior facing cameras integrated with our connected platform simultaneously capture video footage of the driver and the road ahead.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) triggers automatic video recording before, during and after any event and this footage is sent in real-time alerts to fleet managers.

  • High definition front dash and interior cameras
  • 4G, Wi-Fi Bluetooth and GPS wireless connectivity
  • Rapid installation

DashMatics: automate taxi fleet safety and performance

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Lean, agile, responsive fleet management

Real-time visibility, intuitive dashboards, automated incident recording and digitized processes enable fleet operators to manage risk and empower and retain drivers.

  • Prevent accidents
  • Exonerate drivers
  • Automate claims management

Empowering drivers

Drivers are empowered with a simple easy-to-use app enabling remote coaching, simplified admin, reduced vehicle down-time and the peace-of-mind.

The CameraMatics smart platform

We automate safety and performance for companies who operate vehicles and a mobile workforce.

FAQs

What is a Commercial Vehicle Dash Cam?

A Dash Cam is a small camera that is typically mounted on the front of your vehicle. This small camera faces the road and records the road when you are driving.

Dash Cams on commercial vehicles document the employee’s driving and record any road incidents which protects the employer against fraudulent insurance claims and can deter theft, which as a result can lower the company’s insurance premiums.

What are the different types of driver facing cameras?

Driver-facing cameras are generally part of a larger video telematics system, which is made up of a series of cameras and sensors that monitor driver and truck behavior and set alerts to the fleet manager if certain parameters are exceeded or violated.

These parameters are usually customizable and are set by the fleet—for instance, a hard braking event, or exceeding the speed limit by a certain number of MPH.

What are the key benefits of a van camera system?

Important benefits of commercial fleet Dash Cams include:

  1. Protect against fraudulent claims and exonerate drivers
  2. Video evidence to support faster insurance claims processing
  3. Promote safer driving behaviors
  4. Reduce Insurance premiums
  5. Better driver training

How do driver alertness monitoring systems work?

Advanced driver alertness monitoring system typically utilizes a smart camera equipped with sensors that track driver attention level through eye movements, head position and other indicators.

Alerts and notifications are triggered to the driver in response to drowsiness, distraction, and mobile phone usage to help avoid accidents.

What are the different types of vehicle monitoring cameras?

There are many different types of vehicle monitoring cameras. Each type of camera has a specific purpose and benefit. Different types vehicle monitoring cameras include:

  1. An external forward facing camera captures other road users at the front of the vehicle.
  2. Internal cameras monitor the goods inside the vehicle can capture the condition of goods and incidents of theft.
  3. Side-view cameras are important for monitoring traffic/pedestrians on the side of the vehicle.
  4. Internal cab-view camera can be used for monitoring drivers.
  5. Rear facing external cameras monitor vehicles at the rear storage area.