An array of forward, side and rear-facing cameras provide complete visibility of collisions, near misses and harsh driving events, while factoring out blind spots to help avoid incidents with cyclists and other vulnerable road users. Transport and logistics businesses can also take advantage of driver-facing cameras and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) solutions that can recognise if a driver is tired or distracted. For high-value loads, cameras even provide a live stream of the cargo area during transit.
Poor reputation due to the impact of HGVs on road safety, congestion and the environment
Collisions with cyclists and other road users due to rear, side, front and nearside blind spots
Difficulties manoeuvring in tight spaces due to lack of driver visibility
False insurance claims for compensation
Cost pressures due to rising operational overheads and driver shortage
Defence against bogus and exaggerated allegations
Enhanced driver behaviour to improve road safety and fuel efficiency
Reduction in accident frequency and to loss ratios
Faster claims resolution and reduced third-party costs
Lessen the impact of personal injury claims
Enhance duty of care to improve driver retention
VisionTrack’s systems and products are compliant with the Direct Vision Standard, Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS), Construction Logistics and Community Safety (CLOCS) and Work Related Road Risk (WRRR), as well as having wide insurance industry approvals. Our industry-leading forward-facing camera, multi-camera and mobile DVR technology also carry FCC, CE, E-mark certifications.
We trialled various systems and we chose VisionTrack based on the quality of video footage when compared to the others. In some cases, we couldn’t even read the number plates, which is obviously crucial for our needs.