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.
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:
As with all of our technology, we provide industry-leading technology at a fantastic price - our robust and durable cameras offer an impressive 150° viewing angle in crystal clear HD resolution. This can be viewed in near real-time and with multi-roaming 4G connectivity (with unrivalled North American coverage).
The benefits of a multi-camera system encompass improved safety, enhanced security, increased situational awareness, and a wide range of applications that rely on comprehensive visual data capture and analysis. Some of the everyday benefits include:
Use camera evidence to highlight concerning behavioral issues and driver distractions and avoid future issues.
Never run out of space for footage with cloud storage and access it anytime, even whilst drivers are still on the road.
Cameras enhance driver safety by constantly monitoring and alerting fleet managers in the event of an accident.
Connected dash cams offer a variety of different benefits to your business:
This all helps the fleet manager to more effectively manage the fleet with relevant information that they have collected from video footage, which can be used for training purposes.
A connected dash cam helps to provide real-time feedback and alerts straight from the vehicle. This helps the fleet manager understand if they are driving dangerously in real-time so they can effectively provide training to reduce the chances of an incident.
Yes of course you can! A connected dash cam is the perfect solution for real-time information on your fleet, whether your fleet drives cars, trucks, vans or even HGVs. You can use a connected dash cam in any of these vehicles and more.
Yes, connected dash cams are designed to be simple for anyone to use, whether they are a novice or an expert user. The simple set up and intuitive interfaces make it an accessible option for anyone to be able to set up.
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