Fleet Complete has launched Fleet Complete Vision, a mobile video system designed to improve operational safety and accident management for fleet owners in any industry.
“This advanced visual analytics solution is scalable to the customer’s immediate needs regarding the level of video safety required and is fully integrated with the Fleet Complete platform for holistic fleet insights,” the company said in a news release.
Fleet Complete Vision was conceived and designed to provide optimal driver, freight and vehicle safety support, according to the company.
“This innovative technology not only delivers driver assistance, enabling vehicle security and regulatory compliance, but also contextual video data that can help significantly reduce insurance and liability costs,” according to Toronto-based Fleet Complete.
The system enables fleet managers to:
- Create and maintain driver scorecards
- Detect and review events, when and where they happened
- Share comprehensive trip reports backed by video analytics
- Gain photographic evidence for accident litigation
With the outward-facing camera, video event recording and ADAS (advanced driver-assistance system) voice coaching, Fleet Complete Vision helps drivers protect the company’s reputation, improve its safety scores and provide visual evidence in accident situations, according to Fleet Complete.
“We are very excited to launch Fleet Complete Vision,” said Tony Lourakis, founder and CEO of Fleet Complete. “It is a great complement to our connected-vehicle solutions portfolio, helping establish optimal fleet safety. It provides drivers, fleet managers and business owners both protection and prevention capabilities by combining video coaching with real-time event recording and analytics. Having video backup can either help protect the employees or provide opportunity to develop driver-specific training that will help ensure a safer working environment. This is the future of business fleet operations in the years to come.”
Fleet Complete Vision gives customers the option to use their own smartphone devices or a dedicated windshield-mounted camera.
For more information, visit the Fleet Complete website.