Scout HDC Series
GPS Commander mobile video telematics solutions are transforming business. The Scout HDC series of commercial dash cams combine rapid update GPS tracking with live video streaming and AI processing to analyze the road and driver in order to improve driver safety in real time. Scout systems give peace of mind by reducing liability, insurance and vehicle operating costs, while increasing the safety of your drivers.
The Command Vision System comprises an AI Powered, (Integrated Artificial Intelligence) ruggedized Dual DashCam, which includes both forward-facing and cab-facing 1080p Wide Angle Cameras. The built-in cameras are designed to give you a clear, wide angle view both inside and outside the vehicle. This ensures you’ll have the evidence you need to prove what actually occurred in a situation, such as an accident or other event.
In addition to its 2 integrated cameras, you may optionally add up to 2 additional cameras of your choice:
a) DSM Camera (Driver Safety Monitoring) camera. This is a monochrome camera aimed at the driver, which works with the on-board AI processor to identify:
b) ADAS Camera (Advanced Driving Assistance) camera. This is a forward facing, road focused camera, which works with the on-board AI processor to identify:
c) Side Cameras, which are typically mirror mounted. These weatherproof cameras provide a full view down the side of the vehicle and can capture all entry and exit from the vehicle, as well as adjacent traffic and events that occur on either side of the vehicle.
d) Rear Camera, which is a weatherproof camera to be mounted at the back of the vehicle.
e) Dome Camera, which is a ceiling mounted camera, such as in the back of a truck or van to spot for inventory, etc.
Scout connected dash cams combine GPS technology, high definition video, driving behavior analysis and 4G connectivity to bring new insight and awareness to drivers and their supervisors. Predefined driving events, such as hard cornering, braking, acceleration and speeding are uploaded over 4G cellular to the cloud-based GPS Commander system seamlessly for subsequent review by a supervisor. If the DSM or ADAS cameras are added, additional predefined events, such as lane adherence, following too close, driver using smartphone, etc. will be auto uploaded to the Evidence Dashboard for review. In addition, live video streaming is available at any time. Any and all events that are sent to the cloud, whether from triggered events or live streaming over cellular will be kept for 90 days in the cloud. They can be repeatedly played, reviewed or downloaded for the next 90 days without using any additional cellular data. This information is 100% confidential to your organization
The cloud-based GPS Commander system shows any such events for review. Click on any event to watch a 1080p HD video of it actually occurring, with full sound. For example, one of your drivers shows a hard cornering event. Clicking on it will play the video right in your browser, commencing a few seconds prior, so you can literally watch the hard cornering event unfold, showing both the front facing and driver facing cameras. The GPS Commander dashboard lets you configure these events and exceptions to suit your needs. . In the event of a crash, the complete event is automatically streamed to GPS Commander for review, where you may use it for review or evidence.
Often, critical situations we want to review were not captured by a pre-defined trigger. For example, your driver was involved in a verbal or physical altercation with another motorist or worker. Or, a passenger in one of your vehicles complained about your driver’s behavior. Scout dash cam systems are set up to capture and store 100% of the view from each camera, the entire time the vehicle is in operation. They typically store 8 to 10 days of complete driving history on board the device, that can be downloaded and viewed in high definition at anytime. All Scout systems allow a supervisor to view and/or download any of the stored information, simply by hopping into any vehicle, joining the Scout’s integrated WiFi hotspot from the included smartphone app. Larger fleets can also install WiFi in the yard and set up rules to automatically download activities when back at the end of the work day.