MiX Vision: In-cab video monitoring for improved safety
From monitoring customers in a supermarket to keeping tabs on traffic congestion on major highways, video surveillance is used to great effect across the world. So why shouldn’t it be used in the road transport industry to survey driver behavior and effectively improve road safety?
MiX Telematics, leading global provider of fleet and mobile asset management solutions, is proud to present an in-depth summary on the subject of in-cab video monitoring systems, or IVMS, in its latest white paper.
Known by various names across the world – in-vehicle monitoring systems, recording systems, IVMS, drive-cams and fleet footage are just a few – they all aim to do the same thing: capture video clips that show what was happening outside and inside the cab when a driving event or accident occurred.
The benefits of such a system are numerous, and outlined in detail in the MiX Telematics report on IVMS. From post-crash analysis to driver coaching and training and crash prevention and reduction, the insights and visual evidence that fleet managers and analysts can glean from in-cab video will help improve overall road safety. It can also help save fleet operators a lot of money.
Want to read more on this topic? Click here to download the full white paper from MiX Telematics.