With 2017 continuing to show the need for heightened road safety and camera technology, Camera Telematics is launching a new website and making ongoing developments to its range of products.
Group Managing Director, Mark Stamper, commented on recent developments: “2017 is an eventful year for Camera Telematics. I am excited to announce the launch of a new company website and the launch of our cutting-edge Street Angel Multi-Camera Solution; the most advanced Video Event Data Recorder (VEDR) on the market.”
“Released during our expansion into the UK, these developments demonstrate our ongoing drive to deliver greater global safety for fleets and lead technology for our international partners in general.”
Amidst uncertainty over the conclusion of Brexit negotiations, organisations such as the Road Haulage Association have worked to ensure that the future landscape of haulage between the EU and Europe remains stable.
Confidence in the benefits of modern telematics solutions remains high, with international hauliers and transport and logistics chains adopting Street Angel to improve safety and reduce insurance claims.
Street Angel is a direct response to the urgent need for better safety in the HGV sector. Boasting an intelligent driver monitoring system, Street Angel is constantly active and can be configured to send video and telemetry data instantly to an advanced reporting platform, providing FNOL information should a specified incident happen.
With advanced features such as 128GB internal memory (doing away with SD card issues), Camera Health Check technology (CHC) (ensuring its always working) and automated crash detection algorithms, Street Angel stands out from the crowd in terms of the standard feature it offers.
Street Angel is proven to save fleet operating companies enormous amounts of money both through the instant improvements in road safety by monitoring drivers and ensuring better driver behavior, and in its ability to record (and help to reduce liability of) ‘crash for cash’ scams that are all too frequent on our roads today.
Stamper added: “As we continue to improve and expand our camera technology, haulers are increasingly armed and prepared to fight and dispute fraudulent claims in addition to fairly resolving legitimate road incidents and improving road safety.”
Despite admirable efforts by the government and Insurance Fraud Bureau, the financial and physical danger posed by this immoral practice has made safeguarding fleets and drivers through modern technology an essential requirement.
Boasting automated crash detection and filtering, in-built 3G connectivity and an advanced First Notification of Loss Management (FNOL) system, the Street Angel can track and monitor entire fleets of vehicles, sharing recordings of incidents with a designated fleet manager through Street Angel’s Online Portal, as soon as they occur.