ATC’s fleet includes an impressive range of vehicles. With a diverse fleet the company wanted to install a connected technology Camera system which was adaptable, future-proof and could be accessed remotely to protect drivers and fleet.
We spoke to Pawel Kowalski, ATC’s Fleet Supervisor, to hear his thoughts on fleets, technology and CameraMatics.
Pawel tells us that the decision to implement a connected vehicle camera system was driven by the company’s safety priority. A connected solution was an excellent way of protecting fleet drivers, prioritising the security of the driver, the vehicle and the load. Specifically, the ability of a camera system with DVR recording systems to provide incontrovertible evidence which protects drivers and resolves insurance disputes in the case of incidents was also a big attraction.
A key feature for ATC is the ability to remote download camera footage. For instance, with vehicles out on the continent for periods of up to five weeks a system which only allowed footage access when the trucks were in the depot wouldn’t be adequate. Pawel tells us that remote download is regularly helpful in many situations to protect drivers and fleet.
As well as the camera footage, the CameraMatics system’s tracking feature comes in handy too.
ATC’s drivers have an impressive safety record. This is testament to the standard of training provided, the calibre of the drivers and the many measures, including CameraMatics, that the company has implemented to make their service stand out.
Pawel appreciates the technical support from CameraMatics, telling us that the Dublin technical department is very good and up to speed with helping out with remote issues or advice.
Finally, we asked Pawel if he would recommend CameraMatics to other fleet managers.