Digit has one of the best vehicle camera solutions proven in South African conditions and for south African fleet owners currently
UPDATED – 11/11/2019 – This is an incident that happened last year caught on the drive cam…Who do you think was at fault? At least Digit Dcam shows us the answer in full color. When it comes to security and validation nothing can beat the combination of cars and cameras. The Digit Dcam Fleet vehicle video camera system is designed to help Fleet Managers in any logistics company to monitor and track the company vehicles from their vehicle tracking control room. Have you got Cameras fitted to your fleet yet?
The Dcam Fleet vehicle video camera system is one of the best dash cam systems doubling not just as a car camera system but has up to 4 other camera channels to use one as a car reverse camera to make reversing big fleet vehicles easier and obviously monitoring a loading bay makes live easier on fleet managers having live video feed of the loading section camera whenever they want to monitor it. Go read more here as to why it is so important to have a truck camera monitoring system installed
In this example the HD camera port is used as the Dash Cam viewing out and then 3 extra cameras are angled to give you left of truck camera angle and right of truck camera angle and then a dash cam that views into the vehicle.
A great camera monitoring system for trucks in South Africa
DCAM in some cases are used as a motion detection device to check when people are active at the fuel tanks or even where a truck is kept over night and it has cargo on the back. This four-camera vehicle video system has an additional HD channel for areas where you need a lot more detailed recordings. And on installing the live version of this product it will ensure that you as a fleet owner are always kept in real-time visual contact with your fleet. See here how they can benefit your fleet
How live vehicle cameras can benefit you in South Africa
1. Reduction in costs
A live camera system will benefit driver behavior positively and promote a decrease in operational and maintenance costs relating to tires, brakes and fuel, and results in improved productivity and maximised vehicle usage.
2. Reduce driver liability
Having visual proof from your truck camera monitoring system of a incident can be used to educate drivers and quickly and accurately resolve insurance claims and reduce cargo or fuel theft.
3. Increased safety for drivers
With visual aids from recorded incidents you can now better educate drivers on how to avoid scenarios and how to be a better driver. Be committed to a safe environment for your companies employees. See a bad incident caught on camera