Trimble debuted a two-channel digital video recorder that records high-definition video from up to two cameras as part of its Video Intelligence solution as well as a new video on-demand plan.
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Trimble debuted a two-channel digital video recorder that records high-definition video from up to two cameras as part of its Video Intelligence solution as well as a new video on-demand plan.

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Trimble debuted a two-channel digital video recorder that records high-definition video from up to two cameras as part of its Video Intelligence solution, aimed at smaller fleets and light duty vehicles.

The two-channel DVR has a smaller footprint and simplified installation process that can be completed by buyers instead of a professional installer.

Trimble also introduced a new video on-demand plan that enables fleets to retrieve only the videos they want, which are sent in near real-time with 4G LTE networks for viewing in the Video Intelligence portal and on connected smart devices.

While Video Intelligence includes video on-demand along with event-triggered videos in its base plan, this new option gives fleets the ability to further customize their experience and access the videos that they request.

Trimble Video Intelligence provides fleets a neutral eyewitness perspective in and around their vehicles through a combination of forward, side and rear-facing cameras. Videos are triggered by company-controlled settings, including sudden acceleration or hard braking, to help fleets protect themselves in the event of an accident and increase safety across their driver base.

Originally posted on Trucking Info