In today’s fast-paced world, fleet managers face numerous challenges. From dealing with time-consuming, error-prone workflows to safeguarding drivers to managing vehicles.
Safety and risk management is a vital function in the fleet industry, and fleet managers need access to dash cam videos quickly and efficiently to do their work.
In this article, we’ll discuss in detail what EAV is, how it works, and how it will benefit your fleet.
Saving Time with EAV
Legacy dash cam systems often only offer a limited number of alert videos, which means fleet managers must manually request additional footage. This process is time-consuming and takes away valuable time that fleet managers can’t afford to waste.
The new Driver•i feature automatically captures and stores high-quality videos for critical alerts that need further inspection, allowing fleet managers to review these videos in detail and provide accurate feedback to their drivers.
EAV significantly increases efficiency by reducing the time it takes to review alerts, and instantly provides a primary video, a road or driver facing view, for nearly 100 percent of alerts. The time savings are substantial, as each alert video request usually takes around 2 to 3 minutes. The EAV primary videos will address the vast majority of needs, and if you have additional views available, like side views, you can request those for additional context.
“I really appreciate having the Expanded Alert Configuration. I no longer have to wait for a video to download to review events. This helps me review and coach on alerts more efficiently.”
Kendra Payette, Safety Compliance Manager at Halvor Lines
To demonstrate potential time savings, for a fleet with a hundred videos, sorting through videos could take 3-4 hours. With the EAV configuration, all 100 alerts will automatically have a primary view video available significantly reducing time for end users.
Start maximizing time with Driver•i’s EAV feature. Book a demo with us today!