MINNEAPOLIS — The benefits of inward-facing cameras on trucks have turned out mostly to be a plus, but getting buy-in from drivers hasn’t come easily, according to a panel of safety executives.
Did you know fleets that adopt dash cams are in a better position to defend against claims? From driver exoneration to protecting CSA scores, the benefits of dash cams are plentiful. Download this white paper to learn more.May 1, 2021
If pictures are worth a thousand words, then videos are worth millions. From litigation to training to prevention, Video Intelligence, as part of a full safety system, can impact your fleet, your drivers and the driving public for the better. Join industry experts as they delve into the positive effects video can have on your fleet.September 17, 2020
The use of onboard video technology is increasing in the trucking industry, but many fleets remain reluctant to add driver-facing cameras due to concerns over privacy and driver recruitment and retention.December 6, 2019
The video and data captured by onboard cameras are enabling fleets to identify operational goals and measure progress.December 6, 2019
The use of onboard video systems in the trucking industry has expanded considerably in the past five years, with fleets installing cameras on their vehicles to reduce liability, exonerate drivers, cut insurance costs and enable customized driver coaching.December 6, 2019
We’re all aware of the great safety benefits of in-cab video telematics. However, in this MiX Telematics white paper we shift the focus to the many ways it can improve fleet efficiency, assist with driver training and reduce costs.November 5, 2019
The value of video in exoneration, litigation and subrogation is immeasurable. Join Leslie Leazer, Vice President, Corporate Claims & Litigation, Knight-Swift Transportation, as she reveals the process this well-respected fleet uses – and the savings they incur – by using video in the litigation process. From establishing the process to handle claims to subrogating claims when another vehicle is at fault – and everything in between – Leslie will provide the nuts and bolts you need to ensure your fleet is efficient, effective and enabled. With the cost of litigation continuing to increase, you can’t afford to miss this webinar.May 9, 2019
Lytx, the maker of the DriveCam video system for commercial truck fleets, posted a 30% increase in the number of vehicles using its technology in 2018 as more companies adopt in-cab cameras to reduce risk.March 21, 2019
Stoneridge Inc. has requested an exemption to allow motor carriers to operate commercial motor vehicles with the company’s MirrorEye Camera Monitor System installed as an alternative to the two rear-vision mirrors required by federal regulations. Stoneridge said it has developed, tested and manufactured the digital camera system to improve safety by providing truck and bus drivers with an enhanced field of view.