The EROAD Clarity Dashcam can be used in front-facing or dual front/driver-facing modes and captures HD video. The connected device sends 20-second video clips back to EROAD in real time when triggered by safety events or by the driver. The EROAD Clarity Dashcam is integrated with the EROAD fleet management solution, and clips are made available for review in a new video review center, MyEROAD Replay.
Video clips are displayed with speed graphs and safety event data to make incident investigation easy. Each video clip captures 10 seconds before and after the triggering event. Videos can be shared easily within the organization for review and with third parties for purposes of incident investigation and resolution.
The EROAD Clarity Dashcam and MyEROAD Replay video review center will be made available initially to current EROAD customers and select prospects in limited quantities starting in December, with full availability in the first quarter of 2021.
“We are proud to be continuing the journey to safer roads with the launch of the EROAD Clarity Dashcam,” said EROAD CEO Steven Newman. “We look forward to seeing the next set of results that our customers achieve in reducing accidents on our roads, and the gains they achieve by reducing insurance claims and repair costs by improving driver safety.”
EROAD Clarity Dashcam requires no action on the driver’s part—the camera is powered up by the truck ignition, and a safety event such as speeding, sudden braking or swerving, or a collision will trigger a video to be sent to the MyEROAD platform for review. The driver can also manually send a clip back by pressing a button on the dash. Managers in the office can review triggered clips, plus can also pull video stored on the device using MyEROAD Replay with no need to contact EROAD for help.
“EROAD is proud to add a high quality, easy to use dashcam solution to the EROAD suite of solutions,” said Norm Ellis, President of EROAD North America. “Video of drivers’ actions behind the wheel is critical for coaching, for understanding safety events and accidents and for helping fleets protect their drivers and their businesses in case of an accident.”
Originally posted on Work Truck Online