Drivers guide to dashcams and Integrated Video
In this article:
- What is Integrated Video?
- How does Integrated Video work?
- What triggers video events in Reveal?
- Who can see the video recordings?
- How does this affect my privacy?
What is Integrated Video?
Verizon Connect’s Integrated Video solution connects to the Reveal telematics platform to provide fleets, managers, and drivers with a host of benefits.
Your organisation can:
- Review harsh driving events and footage
- Better protect the company against liability, particularly false claims against drivers
- Improve driver performance.
How does Integrated Video work?
When an unsafe driving behaviour or harsh driving event is detected, a video from your vehicle’s camera is uploaded to Reveal and is classified by the cloud AI. A notification is sent to a driver’s supervisor.
AI Dashcams can notify drivers with real-time in-cab audio alerts. These prompts are designed to encourage safer driving and help protect drivers on the road.
What triggers video events in Reveal?
Footage from the driver and road cameras are uploaded to Reveal and the Integrated Video app when there are:
- Harsh driving events, such as hard braking, harsh cornering, and hard acceleration.
- Unsafe driving behaviours, such as tailgating, distraction, smoking, tiredness, and using a cell phone.
- Video requests - Individuals with admin credentials and Integrated Video access can get videos from an SD card.
Who can see the video recordings?
Your company’s admins and users with the appropriate permissions, as determined by your company’s leadership, can view or retrieve video footage from the cameras in the situations described above.
How does this affect my privacy?
It is your company’s responsibility to explain how it is processing, using, and sharing videos and data it collects from the camera in the vehicle you use, and to respond to any data privacy rights requests that you are entitled to under law. These may include your right to access, download, delete, or correct your information or video footage. Videos may be downloaded and shared with the police or insurance companies and used as evidence at the company's discretion.