Pana-Pacific to sell Trimble video intelligence equipment

Pana-Pacific to sell Trimble video intelligence equipment

Pana-Pacific will begin to sell Trimble video equipment for use with a subscription to Trimble’s Video Intelligence solution. Through the collaboration, Pana-Pacific will market both two and four-channel digital video recorders (DVRs) and a variety of cameras to the OEM heavy-duty truck dealer network.

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Pana-Pacific will begin to sell Trimble video equipment for use with a subscription to Trimble’s Video Intelligence solution. Through the collaboration, Pana-Pacific will market both two and four-channel digital video recorders (DVRs) and a variety of cameras to the OEM heavy-duty truck dealer network.

Trimble’s Video Intelligence gives fleets a 360-degree view in and around company vehicles using forward, side and rear-facing cameras. Through this neutral eyewitness perspective, fleets can record video evidence in the event of an accident as well as enhance coaching opportunities with company drivers, the company says.

“Pana-Pacific and Trimble have an established relationship, in large part due to Pana-Pacific’s strong reputation and commitment to customers,” said Jim Angel, vice president of Trimble’s Video Intelligence Solutions. “We look forward to making Video Intelligence available to the heavy-duty truck dealers through Pana-Pacific, giving more fleets the opportunity to benefit from improved safety and liability protection.”

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