Roadsense today launches Roadsense Live Plus – the first combined 3G camera and telematics in a single cost-effective unit.
This game-changing, this cost-effective system allows fleet operators to use our tracking and driver behaviour solution, with the ability to see three levels of video information fully-integrated into Roadsense.
Video footage of high-risk event, such as accidents and dangerous manoeuvres , are transmitted to the Roadsense platform in real-time, providing almost instantaneous access to dangerous high-risk events. Notifications are also sent by SMS or email in real-time.
To minimise transmission costs, medium risk events can be stored onboard the vehicle and retrieved on demand or they may also be sent back in real-time. A continuous record of all vehicle usage is stored onboard the unit together with lower risk events, which can also be retrieved remotely.
Roadwatch Live Plus eliminates the limitations of SD-card based camera systems, ensuring high reliability, together with full telematics at a fraction of the cost of buying individual camera and tracking units.
As you would expect, the modular Roadsense telematics platform is fully-compatible with Roadwatch Live Plus. All the features of our standard system are available including our unique driver safety module with driver league tables based on our algorithms we have developed over ten years. Drilldown from the safety report is standard, providing details of individual events that contribute to overall scoring, together with one-click access to the video footage from the Roadwatch camera.
Operators who require a second internal or external real-time view from the vehicle can plug in a second camera unit.
Andrew Tillman, Managing Director of Roadsense said, “We are focused on driving innovation in telematics and this really is a game changer for the industry. We believe that we were the first telematics company to fully-integrate a real-time 3G camera system and now, as other providers are starting to realise the benefits, we have just raised the bar again.” He continued, “Currently, fleet operators wanting both telematics and a camera system have to buy two separate hardware devices -a tracking unit and a camera – which is an expensive solution. Now we are able to provide the answer in one high-quality, cost-effective unit, so operators will be able to have everything they need, fully integrated, from a single supplier.”