VisionTrack is launching two new products and a mobile app at the Commercial Vehicle Show (stand 4J21) which provide fully connected vehicle camera solutions for fleet managers.
The new products are VT2.2 (two channel) and VT4000 (four channel) HD telematics camera system that will allow fleet managers to view an instant or historical HD video feed from any of their vehicles at any time via VisionTrack’s multi award winning IoT (internet of things) video telematics platform.
The latest cameras provide a complete solution to improve driver behaviour, court admissible insurance evidence, plus state-of-the-art live HD video telematics, and at a budget that is affordable for all sizes of fleet.
The new products are:
* VT2.2 a forward facing system with optional second camera that can be used as a blind spot or driver facing camera;
* VT4000, a 4 channel multi camera system which gives fleets 360-degree protection with an in-cab monitor to alleviate blind spots
Both products are using the latest technology – combining telematics and video drive recorders with GPS & GLONASS, G Sensor, and full HD video 1920 x 1080p.
Along with the two new products VisionTrack is also launching their mobile app for IOS and Android smart phones.
All VisionTrack’s connected cameras can automatically alert the fleet manager or insurers to a first notification of loss (FNOL) that includes images, video and force of impact and speed. This can also be viewed via the new mobile app.
VisionTrack’s managing director Simon Marsh said: “We are excited to announce the launch of our new solutions offering all fleets a complete connected camera solution for cars, vans and HGV’s with minimal investment.”
“Fleets can improve driver behaviour and protect against exaggerated and fraudulent claims with this technology.”
“Our clients using video evidence on insurance claims have seen huge benefits in the speed and reduction of claims costs.”
“After the latest changes to the Ogden rate and increase to IPT (Insurance Premium Tax), fleets need to protect their insurance policy even more.”