Capturing live in cab video of driver behavior to reduce accidents and improve company safety performance.
LiveCam: Protect Your Drivers and Your Reputation
StreetEagle LiveCam in cab cameras reinforce InSight’s commitment to help organizations build a culture of safety by providing drivers with tools that protect and empower them. LiveCam is a high-capacity digital driver cam that mounts on the inside windshield and captures interior and exterior views of the vehicle. Fleet managers can access a live feed or historical in cab video (and optional audio) clips of any driver in action – useful for driver coaching, insurance claims, legal disputes and more.
Access Video Clips Right from Within StreetEagle
What sets LiveCam apart is how seamlessly it integrates into the StreetEagle software platform. Any basic mounted driver camera can capture video – but having that video accessible from a vehicle history report, or any point on a map, or through a link in an email alert makes all the difference for a supervisor trying to gather critical, real-time about a specific incident or violation.
A Visual Record of Driver Behaviors to Coach From
Whenever there’s a driver safety incident within your organization, LiveCam provides an accurate visual recording of the event – which can be used to analyze a driver’s actions and mistakes, and review with them for coaching purposes. In cab camera video is a powerful coaching tool and adds an extra layer of security and verification for insurance purposes, performance reviews and incident reports.
Significantly Reduce Your Risk and Liability
Pest control operations face a number of significant risk exposures, and some of the most significant ones are related to fleet operations. These include third party claims arising from vehicle crashes and damage to company vehicles from collisions. Driver cam footage can help refute false accident claims, protect your company from a liability standpoint, or reveal behaviors that can be improved to help increase your protection from risk.
Reduce Costs that Eat Away at Your Bottom Line
According to a Federally-funded study conducted at Virginia Tech’s Transportation Institute, safety-related events (hard braking, sudden swerving or aggressive acceleration) declined by 52% for companies that had in-vehicle cameras installed. There’s no question that installing cameras within your work trucks can significantly reduce the high costs of accidents and raised insurance premiums.