Video Telematics

Product Guide


From road monitoring to driver training, video telematics provides companies
with substantial opportunities to improve both fleet efficiency and safety.

Track Fleet’s dash cam offers:

  • live streaming
  • playback
  • event video stored in the cloud
  • numerous supported devices
  • alerts
  • driver coaching

Thanks to these features and others, it has assisted various partners
across the globe in a multitude of industries and applications.

for dependable video streaming.


Companies can feel confident knowing that the TFCAMs with Track Fleet supports live streaming. This dash cam simultaneously records both the road and the driver, so fleet managers have two views of any given situation.

The TFCAM has an RS232 interface for connecting fuel, temperature, door, and other sensors. These take measurements and send alerts whenever a variance occurs. The device’s compatibility with SOS buttons further improves driver safety by recording video when activated. Plus, the TFCAM’s ACC relay enables engine cutoff during emergencies.

Track Fleet supports video playback with the TFCAM to assist in determining what led to the alert-triggering event. Each relevant file also includes GPS information to help recreate incidents, displaying exactly where a triggering event took place and what led up to it. This can make it easier when reviewing a collision at a later time.

One of the key benefits of the TFCAM is recording and saving files for future reference.

Track Fleet stores files for up to 30 days.


Obtain evidence

Clear evidence is essential for proving innocence after a collision.

Moreover, video footage can safeguard companies from fraud. When the time comes to file a claim, businesses won’t have to rely solely on witnesses or the employee’s statement. Instead, high-quality video from the TFCAM will show exactly what transpired.


Ensure passenger compliance

Rideshare and taxi companies can use the TFCAM to ensure passenger compliance with rules and to deter dangerous activities since someone is less likely to commit a crime when they know they’re being recorded.


Coach safe drivers

The TFCAM provides harsh driving alerts to help train employees behind the wheel.

When a fleet manager receives multiple driving violation alerts, they can check in with the individual in question.

Plus, the driving score will reflect employee performance, allowing businesses to address who needs coaching.


Deter criminal activities

The TFCAM’s integration with SOS buttons and GPS tracking means that employees and passengers can contact and receive emergency services with greater speed in the event of an attempted robbery or other criminal act.

Case studies

Increasing safety and security for lumber exporting in New Zealand

As one of the world’s leading timber exporters, relies on the secure delivery of lumber from forest to port.

Fortunately, one company uses the TFCAM to help its employees stay safe on the

To mitigate the threat of fatigue during long drives, the device’s monitoring function keeps fleet managers informed of how their employees are faring.

Since fatigue significantly increases the chance of an accident, companies can check in with drivers who have received several warnings in a given period of time. By preventing tired drivers from staying on the road, businesses can reduce the number of fatigue-related accidents.

Case studies

Determining accident liability in Australia

To address such issues as determining liability after an accident, monitoring driver behavior, and protecting passengers, car-rental organizations in Indonesia have used the TFCAM’s long-term recording and cloud storage functions.

Thanks to these cutting-edge capabilities, it’s possible for managers to have a library of files on hand in case an incident occurs. This can lead to savings on legal expenses by allowing companies to properly assign fault amongst involved parties.

Case studies

Legal compliance for public transportation in Australia

In Australia, regulatory changes have increased the need for reliable video streaming in public transportation. New laws stipulate that commercial vehicles that can seat more than nine passengers plus the driver require cabin recording and driver identification for safety and security. Since the TFCAM records continuous live footage, buses and other public transportation vehicles can monitor what’s happening at all times in all areas.