Video Telematics

What is Video Telematics?

Video Telematics is a system that integrates dashcams with fleet management software to visually monitor driver behaviour and vehicle surroundings. It shares visual feeds with the system and is powered by AI to generate relevant alerts and video clippings.

Fleet visibility, live supervision, AI-based prevention of accidents, and video review are some of the biggest benefits that video telematics has to offer with supporting technologies, DMS and ADAS.

Two Pillars of Video Telematics Systems

The two biggest benefits of video telematics are ADAS and DMS. Together they bring 100% visual surveillance and security to the vehicles, drivers, and consignment.

DMS visually monitors all activities inside the vehicles (driver activity such as smoking, absence, etc.), while ADAS takes care of the visuals from outside the vehicle (V2X interaction such as collisions).

Alerts Generated By DMS and ADAS

Two Pillars of Video Telematics Systems

The two biggest benefits of video telematics are ADAS and DMS. Together they bring 100% visual surveillance and security to the vehicles, drivers, and consignment.

  • – Drowsy
  • – Yawning
  • – Smoking
  • – Distracted
  • – Absent
  • – Blocking camera

Other than sending alerts, DMS also captures evidential videos of all incidents. This evidence can be used later for better driver training.

Benefits of Using Video Telematics

  • – Driver, vehicle, and consignment safety
  • – Better driver behaviour
  • – Reduced road accidents
  • – Incidental driver training
  • – Complete control over your fleet

Technologies Needed to Integrate Video Telematics