Help mitigate accident risk and coach your drivers with Verizon Connect Integrated Video, where the power of HD video, AI and driver data join forces.
Integrated Video automatically flags video recordings of events showing specific driving behavior, such as tailgating, speeding, or harsh braking and acceleration. You are then notified of these events and able to view and download videos of the events from within Fleet, or in the Integrated Video app.
Use flagged videos to view the road and driver, to better understand the conditions that caused events, and as a coaching tool to improve the safety of your fleet.
Read our Integrated Video overview for a step-by-step overview of the Integrated Video system. The summary describes when and why videos are tagged, the audio and video alerts drivers and managers might receive, how video events are classified, how you can coach your drivers to improve their driving safety, and how you can watch or download videos.
Before using Integrated Video, a suitable Verizon Connect dashcam must be installed in your vehicles. Open the installation guide for your camera type for more information about this process:
Once your cameras have been installed and connected, and you have given your employees the necessary Fleet rights to use it, you can:
For information about how Integrated Video works, see the How Integrated Videos Works section, which explains: