When a camera is installed in a vehicle, Integrated Video connects the camera footage with Fleet. Our AI software classifies unsafe driving behavior and harsh driving events and sends a notification to watch a video. Watch the video to decide what to do next.
- The camera is installed in the vehicle
- The camera starts recording
- Unsafe driving behavior is detected
- The driver gets an in-cab audio alert
- The AI classifies the event
- Fleet sends a notification
- You watch the video
The camera is installed in the vehicle
You can use the Integrated Video app to install a camera in a vehicle.
The camera starts recording
Once the engine turns on, the camera starts recording and continues until the engine is turned off.
Audio is not captured.
Unsafe driving behavior is detected
When the vehicle’s tracker or camera detects unsafe driving behavior on the road or in the cab, a video recording of the incident is made.
The AI reviews footage based on the driver’s behavior, such as hard acceleration or harsh cornering, and objects near the vehicle such as stop signs and other road users.
AI Dashcams detect unsafe driving behavior and trigger alerts directly, streamlining this process.
The AI begins to classify the incident.
The driver hears an in-cab audio alert
This feature is only available on AI Dashcams.
When an incident occurs, the driver hears an audio alert in the cab. This notifies the driver of their behavior until they rectify the situation.
The AI classifies the event
The AI classifies videos as Critical, Major, Moderate, or Minor to indicate how urgently you should watch them.
Fleet sends a notification
You get notified when videos are available to watch in Fleet.
You will continue to receive harsh driving notifications alongside these, unless you choose to turn them off.
To choose who is notified, update video alert policies.
You watch the video
You can access videos in various ways. The video footage is accompanied by:
- An analysis including triggers and detected events.
- The road's speed limit.
- A speed graph that shows the driver's speed before, during, and after the event.
- The time and location of the incident.
- Driver details (if assigned) and vehicle details.
- A video download option.
Find a video
Use the Video List to search for videos triggered by unsafe driving behavior.
Get videos from the SD card remotely
If you can’t find a video in the list, select GET VIDEO to perform a search of the camera’s SD card and request a video. We’ll access the SD card remotely and email you a video link.
If you still can’t find the video you want, consider whether any of the following apply:
The camera might have been damaged during a collision.
A driver might have selected privacy mode to stop sharing camera and GPS tracking data with Fleet.
The SD card might be corrupted and need reformatting.
The camera might have overwritten the footage. SD cards hold only a limited length of video footage, depending on their size, and use a feature called 'loop recording'. This means that when the card is full it begins overwriting the oldest footage.
If you suspect a collision has occurred and a video was not triggered in Fleet, download footage from your SD card as soon as possible.
Get videos from the SD card manually
All footage is available to access on the vehicle’s SD card. Depending on the card’s capacity, SD cards hold around 22 hours of footage (or ‘driving time’) which is then recorded over as usage continues. You can upgrade your SD card to increase its capacity by contacting your Customer Service Manager.
From your SD card, download videos to your device so you can:
- Get videos that you’re unable to access in the Video List.
- Share videos with authorized third parties (such as insurance companies).
- Get videos from a broken camera.
Enable Integrated Video
If users cannot see the Video tab, the issue is most likely to do with role permissions.