Netradyne has added a host of features to its advanced video safety camera platform. The new features provide actionable insights into driver performance to help safety managers continually improve and recognize safety within their fleets, Netradyne officials said in a press release.
Netradyne provides fleets of all sizes, and vehicle types, with an advanced video safety camera and fleet performance analytics tracking, as well as driver awareness tools to help reduce risky driving behavior and reward safe driving decision-making. The solution uses patented advanced AI and edge computing accurate object detection, event causality, and full visibility to what’s happening on the road.
The new features include:
- GreenZone Score V3: Provides deeper analytics and insights into driver behavior and best driving practices to positively recognize drivers. It includes improved accident correlation and following distance metrics, which provide meaningful information to safety managers.
- Compound Alerts: This feature is a combination of two base alerts that occurred closely together in the same time period, calculating that one could be the result of the other and displays a more accurate picture of risky driving behavior. The first will be a combination of driver distraction and following distance alerts. It helps fleets identify multiple risky behaviors at once and have a better understanding of how these infractions affect drivers’ GreenZone score.
- Wake on Motion (WoM): Provides the D-210 with the unique ability to power up when it senses motion. This is an easy plug and play installation thereby reducing install costs for customers while protecting the vehicle from vandalism.
- Event Preview: Streamlines the safety program by providing safety managers with instant visibility into alert videos that need the most attention.
- “Smart View” on the Alert Page: Enhances the alerts page by streamlining and aggregating data in an organized workflow by providing clear visibility into driver behavior groups and allowing fleets to take a strategic approach to addressing the driving behaviors that need adjustment first.
- Posted Speeding In-cab alerts: Provides an opportunity for self-coaching to the driver, by creating corrective actions before alerts are generated. Safety managers reduce time spent on coaching because drivers make corrective action in real-time thereby preventing road accidents or incidents.
- Location-based Event Access Search: Improves business efficiency by pinpointing vehicle or driver location, even when vehicle number is unknown and a fleet needs access to video for exoneration.