Isotrak and Intelligent Telematics will present their in-cab camera solution at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, showing visitors how the technology can help fleet operators to improve safety, reduce costs and protect against fraudulent insurance claims.
The sophisticated solution combines video, telematics and 3/4G technologies to capture and transmit video footage of accidents and near misses via a secure private network to a web-based interface, with real-time email and SMS alerts so a triggered event can be viewed within minutes of it occurring.
It also provides a 24/7 monitoring solution, which can help fleet operators to modify driver behaviour, and can play an important role in a company’s duty of care strategy.
Manufactured in Germany and certified ISO 9001:2008, the camera produces video clarity of the highest quality, capturing GPS data at ten times per second, compared to an industry standard of just once per second. The unit transmits its speed, GPS position and shock axis sensor data frequently to a designated server, and in the event of a collision, the unit automatically transmits all its data for that event. This data is accurate and admissible evidence, should it be required to defend or mitigate an insurance claim.
"We have partnered with Intelligent Telematics to provide a fully integrated solution that can help transport executives to significantly improve their fleet operations and services," said Jason Price, Sales & Marketing Director, Isotrak.
Nick Plowman, Chief Technology Officer at Intelligent Telematics, commented: "Our camera solution will reduce the frequency and severity of vehicle fleet insurance claims, while helping to modify driving styles and minimise the potential risk of accidents. It will fully complement Isotrak’s leading tracking technology to provide a valuable tool with measurable business and operational benefits."
Join Isotrak and Intelligent Telematics at Booth 4G90 at the Commercial Vehicle Show, which will be held at the NEC in Birmingham from Tuesday April 29th April to Thursday 1st May.