Benefits of video telematics for emergency vehicles:

  • Prevent collisions with other vehicles or pedestrians as a result of blind spots

  • Review incidents instantly with video evidence and supporting vehicle data

  • Deter vandals and thieves with all-round 360-degree coverage

  • Help improve driver behaviour and performance to heighten road safety

  • Protect assets, while reducing insurance costs and eliminating false claims

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Emergency services – keeping your crews safe

A video telematics system for emergency service vehicles typically consists of forward, side and rear-facing cameras to give all-round 360-degree coverage. A ruggedised anti-vibration mobile DVR records and manages all video footage, while an interior camera and an in-vehicle monitor displays and transmits video to drivers, staff and fleet operators. As a result, collisions, near misses and harsh driving events can be accessed through our Microsoft Azure-hosted, cloud-based IoT platform.

Our industry-leading forward-facing camera, multi-camera and mobile DVR technology carry FCC, CE, E-mark certifications. We have also undertaken every possible provision to ensure that our internal processes and software platform are GDPR compliant as part of our commitment to data security and personal privacy.

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FORWARD-FACING CAMERA

Wide-angled HD cameras provide evidence of other people’s driving and can help combat fraud. With night-vision, they provide complete peace-of-mind and clear images of the road ahead.

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IN-VEHICLE MONITOR

HD touchscreen gives the driver an overview of each camera feed, allowing them to a particular view when, for example, reversing or changing lane.



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DRIVER-OR PASSENGER-FACING CAMERAS

Inward-facing cameras that are designed to monitor the interior of the emergency vehicle, helping to combat false allegations and deter physical violence.


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MOBILE DVR

Specially-designed, powerful and ruggedised anti-vibration digital video recorder is at the heart of a video telematics solution, managing and recording footage from all cameras.

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REAR-VIEW CAMERA

a rear-facing device that is constantly recording, which can double up as reversing camera and is perfect for monitoring rear blind spots.


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PANIC BUTTONS

Real-time alarm, so lone and vulnerable workers can raise an immediate alert regarding an incident or threat.


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ACCELEROMETER

On-board 100Hz processor enables data to be captured at 100 times per second to accurately determine speeds and peak g-forces for incident detection and reconstruction.

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WARNING SIGNAGE

External stickers that warn other road users of vehicle blind spots and that cameras are in operation.



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VisionTrack's systems and products are compliant with Direct Vision Standard (DVS), 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.




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