PeopleNet adds new features to its video intelligence solution

PeopleNet enhances its video intelligence solution


PeopleNet announced several enhancements to its Video Intelligence solution, a fully integrated platform that includes video and safety analytics to provide fleets with additional liability protection and prevention capabilities. The enhancements, according to the company, include:

  • Side view cameras that offer better views of blind spots for drivers, a larger area of vision to capture video and more product durability due to being integrated as part of the spot mirrors.
  • Enhanced reporting with the launch of Executive Summary Dashboards to provide a high-level overview of top Onboard Event Recording (OER) events as well as driver coaching trends.
  • Streamlined maintenance through the DVR Health tab to give back office personnel access to the current status of DVRs. Fleets are alerted in real-time of suspected problems and receive important DVR information including vehicle number, last video sent and last time online.
  • Real-time visibility with the Snapshot feature to give back office users a real-time view of a camera on a particular truck. The Snapshot feature also allows installers to test camera functionality during installation, troubleshoot equipment and ensure the camera is positioned at the correct angle.
  • Expanded filtering options, including the capability to filter by terminal to view videos and identify driver trends in a particular geographical region.
  • Configurable posted speed warnings to determine when drivers are exceeding the posted speed limit and allow for improved coaching.

Launched in 2016, PeopleNet Video Intelligence combines forward and side-facing cameras with PeopleNet’s OER into a single, fully-integrated system.

Click here to read FE‘s recent interview with PeopleNet President Brian McLaughlin.

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