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SkyBitz SkyCamera enhances SmartTrailer solution

SkyBitz has added volumetric cargo sensors and high-resolution cameras to its SmartTrailer solution. Now offering advanced remote asset management solutions, SkyCamera powered by Compology gives a more accurate view of available fullness and floor space, the company says. SkyCamera powered by Compology provides accurate and actionable data in real-time using artificial intelligence-powered software, the company

Seeing your safety improvement needs with video telematics

Context. It’s essential when it comes to driver training and increasing your fleet’s operational safety. Telematics data goes a long way in detailing what happened out on the road, but today’s video telematics systems can actually show you what happened. That hard-braking notification you have in your inbox? That saved not only your equipment but

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NexTraq releases in-vehicle camera system, NexTraq Dashcam

NexTraq is launching its new NexTraq Dashcam, a high-definition vehicle incident camera system configured for NexTraq with 4G LTE connectivity. The company says NexTraq Dashcam provides downloadable videos, real-time alerts and live GPS location. Available in the United States and Canada, the NexTraq Dashcam provides HD-video coverage of the moments before, during and after a

Lytx launches new driver ID tool

Lytx has announced its new driver identification solution, Lytx Badge, which is designed to help streamline fleet administration. The company says Lytx Badge uses machine vision to make it simpler and easier for fleets to manage driver-vehicle assignments without lost key fobs, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags or other driver identification accessories. Lytx Badge detects

How to remotely coach your truck drivers with video telematics

No script? No plan? No problem. Welcome to Fleet Equipment Unscripted—the video interview series that connects you with the greatest minds in the heavy-duty trucking world. In the midst of a nationwide social distancing order and many states issuing Stay at Home orders, staying connected with your equipment and the men and women who operate

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How video telematics can provide truck operation insight beyond what you see

As more Stay at Home orders are issued by states and the quarantine continues, the trucking industry keeps rolling forward. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), which executes the Secretary of Homeland Security’s responsibilities, stated that employees supporting or enabling transportation functions, including truck drivers, bus drivers, dispatchers, maintenance and repair technicians, warehouse workers,

ClearPathGPS introduces fully-integrated fleet dashcam

ClearPathGPS has introduced a fully-integrated fleet dashcam solution from Owlcam, which adds video telematics to its fleet tracking solution. According to the American Trucking Associations, passenger vehicles are at fault in 85% of truck-passenger accidents and without exonerating video evidence, commercial drivers are more likely to be blamed. By adding dashcam hardware like Owlcam and

ASA Electronics releases 7-inch Voyager monitor

ASA Electronics has introduced the Voyager VOM718 7-in. LCD Observation Monitor. The VOM718 is a direct replacement for the AOM713 7-in. LCD Observation Monitor. The company says the new monitor is compatible with all Voyager cameras and has three camera inputs. Common configurations include a rear camera with two side body cameras for blind spot

ASA Electronics introduces auto-calibrating 360-degree camera system

ASA Electronics has introduced its new Voyager auto-calibrating 360-degree camera system. The auto-calibrating software combines the images from four cameras to create a seamless panoramic view around the entire vehicle, the company says. The system was designed to simplify the installation process, with current software support for four common vehicle types: Walk-in, vans, buses, semi-trailers

The Evolution of Observation

It has been almost two years since the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) updated FMVSS 111 to make back up cameras mandatory on all passenger vehicles weighing less than 10,000 pounds. But the history and evolution of automotive observation is much longer. General Motors was the first to debut a back up camera as

Trucking data as currency: What is your data worth?

An exploration of data’s value.

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Truck driver-facing cameras: Point/Counterpoint

No matter how you feel about the idea of driver-facing cameras, the best way to implement them is by prefacing their installation with clear communication to your drivers.