Isaac InView is a fully integrated video camera and data recording system to enhance safety.  -  Photo: Isaac

Isaac InView is a fully integrated video camera and data recording system to enhance safety.

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Isaac Instruments announced AI-capable Isaac InView, a fully integrated video camera and data recording system. to enhance safety, safeguard against false claims, and simplify driver coaching. The next-generation system includes road-facing and optional side and driver-facing cameras that cover every angle.

Isaac said its rugged camera solution, instant access to videos, and telemetry data ensure fleet clients can determine the cause of an accident with greater certainty, protect against false claims, all while providing valuable coaching on risky driving behaviors.

“From avoiding nuclear verdicts to keeping insurance costs lower, we know that video is a critical tool for so many of our fleet clients,” said Jacques DeLarochelliere, CEO and co-founder of Isaac. “With the evolution of Isaac InView, we can further help them operate safer fleets and have added protection for their drivers out on the road.”

Isaac said the benefits of InView include:

  • Interaction with a single supplier: Isaac InView is a turnkey camera solution and provides access to videos on Isaac's fleet management platform with everything in one place.
  • Instant access: Retrieve key video segments triggered by hard-driving maneuvers with detailed telematics data to understand the whole story. The redundant memory system means videos will never be lost due to memory corruption.
  • Rugged hardware: The rugged, durable road-facing camera offers a high-quality, wide-angle visual field for clear, detailed videos during the day and at night.
  • Digital video recorder: Isaac InView’s four-channel digital video recorder is mounted behind the dash for better reliability of video retrieval following a crash. It is separate from the forward-facing camera, ensuring videos will not be lost if the windshield is damaged in an accident.
  • Optional inward-facing camera: In the event of a harsh maneuver, get instant access to footage to determine whether the driver was distracted. The camera can see the driver's eyes, even if he or she is wearing sunglasses.
  • Health Portal: Receive instant notifications if anything is wrong with any of the video cameras.

“With the Isaac InView cameras and other data that Isaac collects for us, we can identify drivers who have a little bit more aggressive driving habits," said Lynn Berning, risk and compliance manager for Tucker Freight Lines, in a news release. "It's pretty clear through some of the critical events, but we can use those as a teachable moment."

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