We've all been in situations where we wished there had been visual proof that something happened to explain an event. Increasingly businesses are finding rogue road users making insurance blame claims at the expense of innocent drivers. Having a multi-camera system in place can exonerate any driver that gets into a situation where no witnesses or a lack of evidence could have led to a less favorable outcome for insurance claims. In the event of a claim, businesses will be able to notify the insurance companies in an instant, vital for the first notification of loss (FNOL) usually required within an hour of the incident taking place. Should a parked vehicle be involved in a collision, the cameras will take the footage to also gather evidence.

Example of a camera used to monitor driver behaviour with an example refuse truck vehicle it could be fitted to.

Driver Monitoring And Behaviour

In addition to the protection of drivers in road incidents, there is an option to have a camera in a multi-camera system pointing internally toward the driver. These cameras highlight any potential behavioural issues and distractions that could affect a driver's performance and help managers correct those issues to make the drivers safer. With drivers performing more safely this is also less likely to lead to at-fault incidents which can cost businesses in damages and vehicle time off the road.

image of a driver in an HGV who is being monitored by an internally facing multi-camera system.

Leading Multi-Camera Vehicle Tech

As with all of our services we provide leading technology at a great price with our robust and durable cameras offering 150-degree viewing angle in crystal clear full HD resolution (1920 x 1080). This can be viewed in real-time and with multi-roaming 4G connectivity we have unrivalled North American coverage. All HD footage is recorded and stored in the cloud meaning there is no need for additional storage costs or damage/theft to camera equipment removing your ability to access the footage.

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