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GreenRoad launches integrated video solution to capture footage & driver behaviour

The company said the video solution is marked out for being able to associate captured footage with detailed driving behaviour data for individual GreenRoad safety events, providing objective information about how external and behavioural factors each contributed to the outcome.

The integrated data gives drivers and managers valuable insight into root causes of risky driving, and helps them develop actionable strategies for safer behaviour in similar situations. 

In-vehicle video solution footage also provides concrete evidence which can protect drivers and fleet-operating businesses from fraudulent claims in the event of no-fault incidents or incidents caused by third parties or external factors.  

The in-vehicle video solution is fully integrated into the GreenRoad driver behaviour event detection mechanism. An uninterrupted live feed, streamed via mobile connectivity, is available for viewing via the customer’s web portal GreenRoad Central. In addition, video recordings that immediately precede and follow any risky driving event are stored for reference. Safety events for which recordings are saved include braking, acceleration, corner handling, lane handling and speeding. 

GreenRoad associates stored recordings with the safety events that triggered them, so operators and fleet managers never need to waste time wading through mounds of irrelevant footage to find the few seconds of relevant video.

Roni Raviv, chief technology officer at GreenRoad, commented: “The in-vehicle camera system takes GreenRoad to the next level, showcasing our commitment to applying technological expertise to create market-leading driver behaviour solutions that effectively address the challenges facing fleet businesses today. The success of this approach is reflected by our high rates of customer satisfaction and retention, which are among the best in the industry.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.