Help protect your commercial vehicles and coach your drivers
Context is important for harsh driving events. When unsafe driving behavior occurs, you can view the driver-facing and road-facing footage to better understand what happened before and after. Provide video evidence in the event of a false claim.
Watch relevant video clips within minutes of an unsafe event
See what’s important to you with AI-classified videos. Smart video technology lets fleet managers know how severe an event was, such as whether it was a near miss or an actual collision. Take corrective action without sifting through hours of video.
Dashboard camera features that matter to you
Commercial-grade camera hardware with cloud storage
- 720p HD video footage
- 150° degree view to see the drivers field of vision
- 120° view of the vehicle cab
- Night vision capability
How our dashcam solution works
The dash camera begins recording
Once the engine turns on, the camera system will begin recording and continue to do so until the engine is off.
A harsh driving event occurs
The AI engine begins to review the footage based on driver behavior triggers - hard braking, hard cornering or rapid acceleration.
The AI engine classiﬁes the event
The video clip of the harsh driving event is classified as a collision, dangerous, harsh driving or low risk.
You receive an alert within minutes
You can watch the video on mobile or desktop or download it for later use.
See video footage alongside fleet data
Watch video events on your phone or computer, know who the driver was and how fast they were going, and see near real-time vehicle location with GPS tracking. Plus, you get an alert when a video is available—all on the Verizon Connect fleet management platform.Learn more about fleet tracking
Frequently asked questions
Does Verizon Connect provide me with fleet dash cameras to use?
Yes, our Integrated Video offering includes the driver-facing and road-facing dashcam hardware.
Do I need to have Verizon Connect telematics software to use the dashboard cameras?
Yes, the dash cameras require a Verizon Connect platform to function and to make footage available for viewing. Learn more about fleet tracking.
What events trigger the dashboard camera?
Unsafe driving events such as hard braking, hard accelerating, and hard cornering will trigger the dashcam.
How long after unsafe driving occurs will I be able to review my video?
The average turnaround time for video availability is 3-5 minutes.
How long do you keep the dashcam footage for?
Dashcam footage of driving events is available for download for 90 days from the day of the incident.
Can I see the speed overlay of the vehicle in the video?
Yes, you can see the speed of the vehicle in the video in the upper right corner while the video is playing. This helps add needed context for driver coaching.
Can I download the dashcam videos?
Yes, you can download the road-facing or driver-facing videos separately or in a combined view. Save the videos to your desktop or email them to yourself or someone else.
Can I submit a request for footage during a specific date and time?
Yes, you can request on-demand video requests as long as they are within the available footage on your SD card. You simply go into your Verizon Connect platform, preview the clips you want to request, submit the request, and you will receive an email within minutes with the video clip you want.
How does installation of the dashcam work?
The commercial Dashcam hardware can be discreetly installed on the windshield behind the rear-view mirror of most fleet vehicles and commercial trucks. Typically, this should be no more than five inches below the top of the windshield and should not obstruct the driver’s view.
How can fleet dashcams help with driver safety?
By reviewing video footage of harsh driving events, you can better understand the context of why a driver is making a quick turn, hard stop or fast acceleration. This can help you coach drivers and help improve future driving behavior.
Do dash camera systems provide benefits through my insurance company?
It’s possible that you may receive insurance premium discounts through your insurance company when you install fleet dashcams. You should check with your provider for more information.
Can you live stream a driver’s camera?
Our fleet Dashcam system does not offer live streaming, as our goal is to help fleet managers and business owners focus on the harsh driving events that need their attention. Receiving relevant video clips helps save time, so you don’t have to sift through hours of footage.
Do the cameras operate through Wi-Fi?
Our fleet Dashcams do not require Wi-Fi to operate.
Do your fleet cameras have night vision or low-light capability?
Our road-facing dashcams use the natural ambient light in the environment, plus the artificial lighting from the vehicle’s headlights, streetlights, and so on. The driver-facing camera is equipped with infrared LED lights or nighttime recording.
Do your fleet dashcams record audio?
Our fleet dashcams do not record audio.
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