Durite’s vehicle camera systems now integrate with Webfleet telematics, meaning that fleet managers can remotely access camera footage from the Webfleet portal. This includes the ability to download first notification of loss (FNOL) videos.
John Nobbs of Durite said: “Seamless integration with Webfleet gives fleet managers an enhanced view of driver behaviour and road traffic incidents. It improves relationships with insurance companies and enables fleet operators to make more informed decisions about safety.”
Visitors to Road Transport Expo can see Durite’s DVS Safe System with integrated GPS speed trigger and on-screen display. This uses a traffic light warning system to alert the driver to vulnerable road users who are close to the vehicle. It also provides the specific location of the road user, making it especially relevant for fleets with urban delivery and collection operations.
Durite is also displaying its latest 360° camera system with 3D technology. This monitors areas of potential danger during specific manoeuvres of the vehicle, making it ideal for construction vehicles, tippers and tankers.
Durite has been supplying vehicle cameras for more than 20 years and has supplied more than 50,000 systems to operators across the UK. Durite was the first company in the UK to launch an HD DVR kit for trucks and also the first in the UK to offer a Direct Vision Standard-compliant “all-in-one” camera system. The company holds ISO 9001 accreditation and is a FORS Associate Supplier, as well as a member of SMMT, FTA and CEA member with an ISO9001:2015 accreditation.
Road Transport Expo takes place from 30th June to 2nd July at NAEC Stoneleigh, Kenilworth, Warwickshire. Visit Durite at Stand Q1. Alternatively find out more about Durite’s leading safety and camera solutions at www.durite.co.uk/