Trimble’s Video Intelligence gives fleets a neutral eyewitness perspective of their vehicles on the road. - Photo: Trimble

Trimble’s Video Intelligence gives fleets a neutral eyewitness perspective of their vehicles on the road.

Photo: Trimble

Trimble's Video Intelligence solution is now part of the Geotab Marketplace — a portfolio of mobile apps, software add-ins, and hardware add-ons that enable the expansion of video safety technology in new markets. Trimble made the move, it said, to accelerate expansion of video safety technology with a focus on the light- and medium-duty vehicle market.

Trimble’s Video Intelligence solution includes a two-channel DVR and forward-facing camera, with the option to add secondary camera. Creating a unified customer experience for its users, Video Intelligence integrates directly with Geotab’s MyGeotab fleet management software.

“We are excited to work with Geotab, an industry leader in providing the light- and medium-duty vehicle market with innovative solutions and outstanding customer service,” said Jim Angel, vice president of Trimble’s Video Intelligence Solutions. “Through this collaboration, we can expand the reach of our Video Intelligence solution, helping these light- and medium-duty fleets leverage technology to protect their drivers and company from false claims sometimes associated with accidents.”

Trimble’s Video Intelligence gives fleets a neutral eyewitness perspective of their vehicles on the road. Through this objective viewpoint, fleets can protect themselves in the event of an accident as well as enhance coaching opportunities across their driver base.

“The Geotab Marketplace provides an extensive ecosystem of partners and applications, which are designed to meet the needs of businesses leveraging our telematics offering,” said Clive Cawse, chief operating officer at Geotab. “By providing our customers with access to innovative solutions such as Trimble’s Video Intelligence, we are helping to equip them with the tools necessary to improve safety and operations.”

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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