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The evidence is overwhelming :

Commercial vehicles are accused of being at fault at a much higher rate than private car drivers when there is a road incident. Commercial vehicles can protect themselves and save time & costs with the concrete evidence our vehicles video system provides.

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Our wide array of features make it easy to manage, analyze, and track your vehicles.

Make your fleet intelligent

At anytime, take a look at what’s happening with your fleet. With video monitoring, the risk is minimized and Vehicle security is enhanced. Our system provides remote functions, such as sms alerts, real time video, auxillary triggers which main include ignition or fuel shut off.

The electronic logging device (ELD) rule – congressionally mandated as a part of MAP-21 – is intended to help create a safer work environment for drivers, and make it easier and faster to accurately track, manage, and share records of duty status (RODS) data. An ELD synchronizes with a vehicle engine to automatically record driving time, for easier, more accurate hours of service (HOS) recording. Make your drivers aware of their habits and reduce the incidence of accidents and liability costs. Improve fleet-wide safety by 95%

Developing and Deploying an Effective Motorcoach Risk Management Program



Intelligent Fleet Management Through Advanced Fleet Telemetrics


Completely scalable solutions and a 5-year warranty Available

in 4 - 8 - 12 Channel MDVR


Internal modules 4G LTE - WiFI – GPS – Accelerometer · H.265 Codec (H.265 is more advanced than H.264 in several ways. The main difference is that HEVC allows for further reduced file size, and therefore reduced required bandwidth, of your live video streams. We can support full 1080P resolution across 12 channels of video.


Supports a wide range of IP or AHD cameras that are backed by a full 5-Year Warranty




Intelligent Fleet Management Through Advanced Fleet Telemetrics

A key component to a successful risk management program for any organization, including motorcoach companies, is loss prevention, or in the motor coach company context, accident avoidance. It starts with driver monitoring, scheduled training that is strongly bolstered by accurate Telematic Driver & Vehicle Management data provided by the SSD8 and scheduling procedures, better advance trip/route planning, accident/claims reviews with involved drivers, a proactive driver incentive program and comprehensive maintenance procedures.





20% of drivers are responsible for 80% of the costs related to bad driving habits

some accidents are preventable when dangerous driving can be monitored and corrected


Hard Braking, Hard turning, excessive acceleration, not slowing down for speed bumps.

All of these factors lead to increased maintenance, fuel consumption and shorten vehicle life. Users generally experience up to a 10% improvement in fuel consumption just by introducing the safety coaching program and reducing aggressive driving, separate from other facts like idling.


Exceeding posted speed limits or speed limits set by the company.


The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration identified SPEED as the number one factor in all accidents. The SSD8 monitors speed in real-time and provides immediate notification when the vehicle exceeds set speed limits.

Driver Management


The SSD5 & SSD8 automatically tracks, compiles and rates drivers based on idle time, overspeed, hard braking, turning, stopping and acceleration. Our system rates drivers based on these critical performance factors. Each factor and the frequency of the incidents are listed (the driver with the least incidents is rated #1 and the others in descending order). This information can be utilized in correcting bad driver behavior and rewarding good driver practices. In the event of theft or hijacking the vehicle the control center can remotely shut off the vehicles fuel, electric power and lock the doors so they cannot be opened


Idle Time


  • When a vehicle is left idling, it can consume one gallon of fuel each hour.

  • The American Trucking Associations states that one hour of idling per day for one year results in the equivalent of 64,000 miles in engine wear.

  • A large majority of truck idling occurs when no delivery or service activity is occurring (truck stops, driver breaks, traffic, sitting at the dock, etc.).

  • Drivers and yard workers idle engines for many reasons, most unchallenged by management.

  • Restarting your engine doesn’t burn fuel then leaving it idling. In fact, idling for just 10 seconds wastes more fuel than restarting the engine.

  • In the event of a hijacking our system can remotely shutdown vehicle power, fuel and dissable doors from being opened.

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