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The Top 5 Benefits of AI Dash Cams for Fleets 

Today’s fleet managers face a continuous need to improve driver safety and minimize roadway accidents, a task that often takes them from other important work. This is where artificial intelligence (AI) dash cams for fleets can improve processes and keep drivers safe.

With the use of AI dash cameras, fleet managers gain more insightful and actionable data than ever before. AI is more accessible than ever, revolutionizing commercial fleets in the process. 

What Does AI Have to Do with Fleet Management?

Some of the best dash cam systems now incorporate AI features. AI and machine learning in dash cameras allow for continuous monitoring of driving behaviour and road conditions.

The benefits are expansive, saving fleets time, money and resources.

#1: AI Dash Cams Reduce Distracted Driving

Even under optimal circumstances, drivers can get tired or distracted, leading to a higher risk of accidents or aggressive driving. 

The mere presence of AI dash cams can help keep your drivers focused on roadways. Moreover, this smart technology recognizes distracted driving and notices any changes in the driver’s behaviour. 

AI dash cams can initiate alerts, either audibly or by haptic sensors, to let a driver know that they need to focus their attention on the road, keeping them safe while enforcing compliance.

#2: Monitoring of Road Conditions Reduces Incidents and Optimizes Routes

Weather conditions, road conditions and other motorists can all impact a driver’s delivery schedule. AI dash cams can help fleets by identifying obstacles and risks on the roadway, while providing alternative routes in the event of excessive traffic or inclimate weather.

AI dash cameras can also connect to telematics software, allowing fleet managers to connect with their drivers and offer alternative routes in real-time. Finally, because AI “learns”, it can aid future deliveries and more efficient travel with route optimization.

#3: Mitigating Risk After an Accident

Did you know that 87% of road accidents are preventable? When a collision occurs, and they often do, there tends to be a disconnect between negligence and liability. 

Large organizations with massive fleets are assumed to have more resources (i.e. more insurance), and are therefore targeted for payouts, even if they’re not at fault. For example, there are cases where a company can be identified as 10% negligent and still have to cover 100% of the financial liability. 

AI dash cams can record what happens before, during, and after an incident occurs. Video footage can be used as evidence in a claim and identify who is truly at fault, potentially exonerating your drivers.

#4: AI Dash Cams for Fleets Reduce Costs

The use of AI dash cams can significantly reduce the cost of operations, including insurance premiums, maintenance and operational costs.

When paired with telematics, AI dash cams can provide real-time data around how your drivers operate your vehicles, identifying speeding, distance, idling, harsh braking or speeding. 

These data sets provide insights not only into driver behaviour, but into vehicle repair and maintenance. Using AI footage to identify these behaviours allows you to stop excessive wear and tear before it happens.

#5: AI Dash Cams for Fleets Improve Driver / Management Relationships

Good or bad, all driving behaviour becomes a teachable moment. AI dash cams are changing the way fleet management takes place by offering driver coaching in real-time. 

In-cab communications triggered by an alert offer transparency between drivers and management, allowing the latter to promote better driving habits and keep drivers safe while enforcing a culture of trust. 

AI dash cams constitute a next-gen approach to coaching, training, accident reduction and better driving. Contact us at GoFleet to see how our AI dash cam solutions can be a great fit for your enterprise.

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