RAM Tracking is proud to offer connected dash cams, these are 4G Cloud Connected streaming dash cams which have been designed for businesses like yours.
Our connected dash cam will provide your business with increased confidence, receive fantastic benefits to your fleet such as being able to give your insurance provider high-quality video as evidence in moments of the accident occurring.
Easily monitor drivers licence eligibility, fulfilling duty of care and reducing driver risk.
Drivers licence checking is becoming increasingly important for businesses with drivers using vehicles on work-related events. We make the licence checking process simple, quick and easy.
The connected dash cams allow you to remotely access footage thanks to utilizing 4G connectivity, you will gain additional safety and security benefits. Not only this but you can also monitor the safety of your drivers and vehicles.
If the worst happens and your driver is involved in a crash, your connected dash cam will detect the impact to the vehicle and notify the fleet manager of the incident immediately. They can then log into our dashboard and view the incident. This footage can then be supplied to your insurance provider.
All your HD footage is recorded and stored within the Cloud, you don't need to worry about running out of space nor do you have to worry about damage/theft to the dash cam itself taking away your ability to access the footage when you need it.
Regardless of the bright daylight or the dark night, the connected dash cam has an advanced system that ensures that your business captures immaculate recordings, no matter the ambient lighting and the conditions outside.
The RAM Live dashboard is simple to use, whether you're a novice or a pro, your fleet manager will have quick access to the vehicle's position as well as live footage, it can be collected in one simple dashboard - when they need it most.
Our event monitoring software can detect any unusual driving behaviors and quickly notify the fleet manager as required. This means that your fleet manager is not waiting until an accident occurs before they respond to poor driving behavior.
The RAM Live camera uses WCDMA 4G high-speed data transmission to stream video footage from vehicle to HQ. This ensures that whenever you log into your RAM Live portal, your streams of all your vehicles are available, without too much buffering or connection issues.
RAM Live can also help reduce insurance premiums as businesses can add insurance brokers to the automated email alert system. This provides greater transparency and guidance in the event of an accident or incident.Get A Quote
Having a RAM Live dash cam can also potentially influence driver behavior. Unlike standard dash cams, fleet managers have access to a video of the vehicle in transit at any given time due to the video being uploaded to the cloud as it is a 4G Connected dash cam. This could help businesses reduce the risk of poor driving behavior and consequent accidents across their fleet.
Dash cams improve road safety by providing evidence of accidents and incidents, deterring reckless behavior, capturing unexpected hazards, expediting insurance claims, and holding drivers accountable for their actions.Get A Quote
A connected dash cam works a little bit differently from an SD dash cam - instead of the footage going straight onto an SD card, the connected dash cam utilizes a 4G connection that will transmit the video footage over the cloud in real-time allowing the fleet manager to view footage as it arrives. There are some connected dash cams that provide you with notifications so you understand the actions of your drivers per day.
Connected dash cams offer a variety of different benefits to your business:
Information like this can be utilized by the fleet manager so they are able to manage the fleet more effectively. They can take relevant information that has been collected and use it for the benefit of the fleet - for example, you can use the video for training purposes.
There are some stark differences between the two options of dash cam. For example, a connected dash cam utilizes cellular network to upload footage in real-time to the cloud. Your fleet manager can then remotely access and review this footage so they understand what has happened. Whereas an SD dash cam requires your vehicles to come back to your HQ and you have to manually remove the SD card and upload the footage. Additionally, a connected dash cam holds more information as it is all uploaded to the cloud, you never miss out on anything.
Of course it can! As it provides you with alerts on events as they happen you can understand your driver's day in better detail. For example, you can understand if they are speeding or harshly braking excessively. This allows you to get in touch with them immediately if required and the footage can be used within training sessions with that driver to reduce the chances of an incident happening in the near future.
If the worst is to happen and your driver is caught in the middle of a crash the connected dash cam would pass the impact alert onto the fleet manager, this would then allow the fleet manager to collect the full video from the dashboard. This can then be passed on to your insurance company, which will help to determine blame quicker to exonerate your driver from blame ASAP.
Of course you can! Connected dash cams are a fantastic solution to provide your fleet manager with real-time information on your fleet. You can use a connected dash cam in a variety of vehicles from cars to trucks to vans to lorries, it works in any vehicle.
Typically, a connected dash cam will upload the footage they capture into the Cloud, this ensures that it can quickly and easily be accessed by the appropriate person or people. Whilst this will tend to be a fleet manager you may also want to immediately share the footage to an insurance provider for example. Fleet managers may require quick access to footage for training and fleet safety purposes, whilst an insurance provider may require the footage in the event of a crash so they can quickly determine who is at fault.
When looking into getting a connected dash cam for your fleet there are a few key features to look out for to ensure you get the best system for you:
These are just some of the features that we believe are required to ensure that your connected dash cam provides you with everything that you need, however, if there are any specific features that you require, we recommend that you talk to your provider and ensure that their connected dash cams suit your requirements.
Connected dash cams were designed with the average user in mind, it doesn't matter if you are brand new to using connected dash cams or not, you will be able to get everything you need from the system quickly. In terms of installation, you are able to install the system into your fleet vehicles easily, but you should also ask if your provider offers an installation service to ensure that it is installed in a position that will disrupt the drivers' view the least.
The amount of data that is used depends on the quality of the video footage that is recorded, for example, is the footage in 1080P or 4K? However, as a general idea, a connected dash cam will use around 1-3GB for each hour's worth of recording.
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