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Street Angel now able to capture driver behaviour in multiple vehicles

Camera Telematics has updated its Street Angel on-board video evidence data recorder with new Driver ID functionality for multiple vehicles.

The Driver ID functionality separates driver and vehicle data, helping fleets to better understand the movements and actions of individual drivers

Particularly aimed at businesses running pool fleet vehicles, the solution allows companies to identify which driver is operating a vehicle at all times and report on all of the vehicles which have been operated by a particular driver, giving insight into actions of individual drivers.

The new functionality makes use of a unique key fob that is given to nominated drivers and needs to be tapped on a dashboard-mounted card reader while starting the vehicle, connecting to Street Angel via Bluetooth. Drivers not doing this will get a warning notification and if they continue to drive off, the fleet manager will receive an email warning.

The new functionality adds to Street Angel’s existing benefits, including SD-card free operation with 128GB of internal memory, 24/7 event monitoring as standard and scalability that means it can upgraded to a three-camera system, with flexible options for additional cameras.

Mark Stamper, group managing director at Camera Telematics, said: “The addition of Driver ID functionality for Street Angel provides fleet operators with added security when it comes to protecting drivers as well as safeguarding the image and the reputation of the business whilst the vehicles are on the road. Street Angel not only delivers fleet operators peace-of-mind in ensuring safer driving and complete protection against fraudulent insurance claims, but also the reassurance of having the most advanced on-board vehicle camera available, which unlike other cameras, uniquely delivers all the features required on one device.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 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. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news.