MiX Vision

Driving related incidents are costing fleet operators millions each year in fuel, maintenance costs, damages and insurance claims. Seeing these incidents for themselves is ultimately what puts fleet managers at the scene and in control. MiX Vision uses video footage captured with in-vehicle cameras and optional additional cameras external/internal to obtain an accurate inside view of their fleet operations.

How MiX Vision works

MiX Vision integrates seamlessly into the MiX DynaMiX tracking platform working in conjunction with the FM Communicator. When an event occurs, the system triggers the automatic upload of two videos – one showing the driver and one showing the road. Extended high-resolution videos are available on demand.

The MiX Vision unit boasts an infrared driver-facing camera, microphone and a 3G modem. This means that low-light recording and accompanying sound is possible. During play-back, videos also display the date, time, vehicle speed and RPM. MiX Vision consists of a small video recording camera which works in conjunction with an on-board GPS vehicle tracking device. When an event occurs, the system triggers the automatic upload of two videos – one showing the driver and one showing the road. Extended high resolution videos are available on demand.

Why MiX Vision?

Not only does MiX Vision help eliminate unnecessary costs related to driver behaviour, but can also help protect drivers when they are not at fault for an accident or incident. It further reduces insurance claims, as managers can access video evidence and share it with insurance providers. MiX Vision is therefore the perfect tool for risk managers, distribution teams, driver training initiatives, incident analysis, as well as for health and safety purposes.

MiX Vision enhances the functionality already offered by MiX Fleet Manager. So, instead of just being able to view trip and event data in isolation, customers can play videos alongside this information.

Once an event is triggered, customers can be visually informed of exactly what happened in and out of their vehicles 8 seconds before and 7 seconds after the event occurred. There is also an option to request a 2½-minute high-resolution video within the last 72-hour period that a vehicle was in-trip.

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