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Advancing Fleet Safety and Efficiency with Connected Video Technology
Connected video technology has faced both black and white reviews while transcending to become an advanced technology in fleet management. It presents innumerable benefits and some negativity in terms of implementation by the drivers
FREMONT, CA: The connected video technology has undergone a sea change and became the game changer in fleet management in a very short period of time. Even though unconnected dash cams are much appealing to the pockets money-wise, it presents a high rate of failure with is impractical and disruptive reliance on SD cards. Whereas, the connected camera has a SIM card, which transmits the data in real-time via GPS and GPRS.
Fleet managers find it convenient to utilize the connected video technology as it can relay data within 5 seconds depending on the network carrier. The connected camera can also live stream to monitors or a particular driver or even route in near real-time.
Connected video technology is applied across all sections of the fleets to ensure detailed reporting. The technology puts fleet managers on the back foot as it reduces response times and the ability to solve problems proactively. Despite its positive applications, penetration of the technology is lower than expected as the majority still need to decide whether the implementation is necessary. The infidelity about its usage is based majorly on the lack of awareness of the benefit it presents. The benefits include ensuring driver safety, risk management, defense against liability, and decreased reliance on black box technology.
After the decision to whether implement the technology or not is made, proper awareness of the technology should be given to the drivers as more often than not the upgrades in the in-vehicle information systems are perceived negative.
Drivers require reassurance that the upgraded connected cameras are installed for the benefit of fleet security and management. By sharing how the data is collected, managed, and utilized the fleet, managers can instill reform among drivers, so the rejection to the technology can be avoided upfront.
Organizations need to be honest with themselves to proactively solve a situation. With a more profound understanding of the working methods of the enterprises, it is easier identify the origin of the problems and design solutions accordingly. Connected video technology is continuously progressing, and along with the driver and vehicle safety, associated costs levied for fleet operations are also on the rise.
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