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CONNECTED AND NON-CONNECTED TRUCK AND FLEET VEHICLE CAMERAS DEVELOPED TO MEET YOUR EXACT FLEET REQUIREMENT

Whatever the size, make-up and use of your fleet, we have a forward-facing camera solution for you. Our Our forward-facing cameras for trucks and other fleet vehicles devices help to quickly prove liability, protect against exaggerated or false insurance claims and combat cash-for-crash scams, as well as report on driver performance.

All our forward-facing cameras record high-quality footage – night or day and in any weather conditions – with full HD 1080p video and a super-wide viewing angle. The built-in GPS receiver and G-force sensor capture accurate supporting data including vehicle speed, location, impact force and driving style.

Vehicle Cameras from Vision Track

Forward-Facing Camera (SD Card)

Full HD and built-in GPS delivers high quality video with speed and location information.

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VT1000

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DUAL CAMERA SYSTEM WITH 4G CONNECTIVITY

4G forward-facing vehicle camera with a secondary internal or external camera

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VT2500

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Forward-Facing Connected Camera

This next generation forward-facing vehicle camera offers a cost-effective alternative to a DVR multi-cam solution...

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VT3000 (USA)

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Forward-Facing Connected Camera

The VT3000-AI-4G is able to intelligently recognise oncoming vehicles, lanes and various traffic scenarios. It effectively forecasts driving risks, such as tailgating, forward collision and lane departure.

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VT3000-AI-4G (USA)

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Forward-facing Camera FAQs

How do you use a forward-facing camera on trucks?

  • Forward-facing cameras that are installed on trucks and other fleet vehicles record the activity that occurs in front of the vehicle. The exact usage, details and specs vary by camera. Be sure to check out Vision Track’s line of vehicle cameras to find the one that best fits your vehicle, truck and fleet needs.

Do commercial trucks have cameras?

  • These days, many trucks that are part of a fleet or larger company have forward-facing cameras. They help monitor vehicle activity, improve fleet safety and can reduce costs associated with insurance claims.

Do Truck cameras record all the time?

  • It depends on the camera but many truck cameras constantly record. They often record in a loop, recording over old footage based on storage capacity of the camera or length of time.

Can companies put cameras in trucks?

  • In the U.S., yes. Companies can put cameras in trucks, but forward-facing and in-ward facing. Both types have different benefits. If you are looking for a forward-facing camera for trucks or fleet management, be sure to check out Vision Track’s line of vehicle cameras.

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