Teletrac Navman has announced the launch of its new IQ Camera, which it describes as ‘a sophisticated, AI-powered, dual-camera’ dash cam that is integrated with Teletrac Navman’s TN360 fleet management software to give fleet owners a unified view of their video and telematics data so that they can understand events and be empowered to improve driver safety through informed coaching.
The connected IQ Camera uses sensors and video AI to review every minute of drive time and understand behaviour like never before, the company says, and pulls driver performance data into a single location, giving fleet managers a full view of performance so that they can implement reward programmes and identify areas for improvement.
The launch of the IQ Camera adds to Teletrac Navman’s existing line of integrated video telematics cameras, and the firm says it is an easy entry point for organisations that operate fleets of commercial vehicles and that believe in the potential of data to enhance fleet performance and lower risk.
“The IQ Camera makes it easy for fleets to prioritise safety and protect drivers on the road. This new solution complements the existing range of video telematics offerings, that are all now fully integrated into TN360,” said Mayank Sharma, Head of Global Product Management & UX at Teletrac Navman. “This gives customers the flexibility to choose the ideal camera solution that protects drivers, simplifies safety programs, and streamlines coaching.”
The IQ camera has built-in Advanced Driver Assistance (ADAS) and Driver Status Monitoring (DSM) features, which includes forward collision, tailgating and distracted driving alerts, provide real-time feedback to drivers so they can make instant improvements. Video data is automatically uploaded to the company’s TN360 connected platform for immediate viewing so teams can identify high risk actions and provide transparent feedback to their drivers.
“It’s important for fleet owners to take action based on all of their data,” added Mayank. “By incorporating video into training, they can make a positive impact on operational performance and costs.”