GPS tracking devices for your equipment

Get a birds-eye view of your entire operation with integrated Fleet and Asset Tracking Device. Quickly locate every asset, right at your fingertips.

With assets at multiple sites, you can see all your non-powered assets on one map. Using GPS asset tracking provides real-time tracking that works in theft prevention and recovery.

Protect valuable assets with geofence alerts to help you ensure devices stay where they should be.

The User update button immediately shares GPS coordinates with Fleet Management Helps you maximize equipment use by deploying assets to attain the highest and best use Know with confidence that your tracker and asset are together with built-in tamper protection

Driver Training if Driver-facing video is being used

Driver-facing video cameras can be an effective tool for training and coaching new or existing drivers, as they provide a visual record of the driver’s actions and behaviors while driving. By reviewing the footage, trainers and coaches can identify areas where the driver can improve, such as maintaining proper following distances or using proper signaling techniques.

Overall, driver-facing video cameras can be a valuable tool for training and coaching drivers in the transportation industry. By providing a visual record of the driver’s actions and behaviors, the footage can be used to identify areas for improvement and help ensure that all drivers are operating their vehicles safely and efficiently. 

Protect your company in a no-fault accident

When you’re driving a commercial vehicle, the last thing you want is to get into an accident. But no matter how careful you are, it can happen. 

It’s important that your company has a solid defense against any claims of negligence or wrongdoing resulting from accidents involving these vehicles.

That’s where video cameras come in. We make sure that our clients have the right cameras for their commercial vehicles that are fully functioning and positioned strategically so if an accident does occur, all of the necessary footage is captured.

That way, if there is ever any dispute over who was at fault, you’ll be able to show who was driving and what happened during the accident.

Preserving deductibles by using video

Using video cameras in your fleet of commercial vehicles can potentially help to reduce your auto insurance premiums in a few different ways from enhanced safety, fraud protection, and enhanced accountability. 

Using video cameras can help to reduce your auto insurance premiums by improving safety, preventing fraud, and enhancing accountability. It’s worth noting, however, that the exact impact on your premiums will depend on a variety of factors, including the specific coverage you have and the claims history of your fleet.

Potential auto premium discounts for deploying cameras

Some insurers offer discounts on auto insurance premiums if the vehicle is equipped with a camera that records the driver’s actions and surroundings.

The camera records how the driver operates the vehicle and reports it back to the insurer. The report includes details like how fast the driver was going, how often they brake or accelerate, and whether they were wearing their seatbelt.

The insurer can then use this information to determine whether or not to lower the premium for that customer.


The video captures in-cabin and road-facing footage to provide a more complete picture of the drive.


The lightweight device is easy to install because of its user-friendly interface and setup process. Your clients can be up and running in as little as 10 minutes.


Drivers can receive visual and audio alerts in real time while they're engaged in risky behaviors, so they can make corrections before an accident occurs. Awareness of their driving habits allows them to develop safer practices over time.


Drivers can press and event trigger button to record video during an unusual event (such as when a driver is repeatedly hitting the brakes in front of a vehicle.)


Powered by advanced machine vision and artificial intelligence, the device can recognize distracted drivers through various behaviors and will send alerts to help them correct any risky behaviors.


The dash cam will detect dangerous driving events in real time. The cabin-facing IR LED's can offer a clear view inside the cabin at night.


You can use our API's to integrate with current and future fleet management tools. You can also download upgrades and new features from the cloud.


You can increase revenue by offering your customers a cost-effective video solution. It's priced in a way that makes it accessible to a fleet of any size – all while providing unbeatable technology, high-quality video, and accurate data.


You can add auxiliary cameras to increase your visibility, so you can get better insights that will help you to improve safety. It also has 4G connectivity and a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, which can be used to connect IoT devices and additional cameras.


The camera can detect movement and will continuously record while the vehicle is in motion. The video can then be retrieved from the cloud for up to 30 days.


You can connect up to four auxiliary cameras by using the built-in Wi-Fi hotpot, so you can get a 360-degree view.


You can use the LCD touch screen to simplify installation, troubleshoot, review videos, and receive driver alerts.


You can see what's happening inside the cab and on the road in near real-time. This allows managers to make quick decisions and to provide immediate assistance.


The device can detect serious vibrations when the vehicle is parked and can be set to automatically upload videos for that event.

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