Azuga Launches DashCam Video Camera

May 3, 2018

Lawn & Landscape

Lauren Rathmell

Lawn & Landscape | May 2, 2018 
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During the NAFA Institute & Expo, Azuga announced the launch of Azuga DashCam, a range of wireless enabled dash-mounted video camera solutions, including Azuga DashCam Lite.

The new, comprehensive suite of video solutions provide fleets with real-time visibility into driver behavior during vehicle incidents. Azuga DashCam pairs with the company’s line of fleet solutions.

“At Azuga, we believe that all businesses deserve to reap the benefits of top-of-the-line fleet tracking technology, regardless of their budget. With our range of Azuga DashCam solutions, we’ve made it financially feasible for every fleet manager to have a visual snapshot of their drivers’ behaviors when driving incidents occur,” said Ananth Rani, co-founder and CEO of Azuga. “By combining Azuga DashCam with our social telematics solution that uses gamification to reward drivers for safe driving, fleet managers can rest assured knowing that they are empowering their drivers to make the safest driving decisions while on the road.”

Azuga offers a range of Azuga DashCam solutions to meet a variety fleet budgets. The most affordable option, Azuga DashCam Lite, utilizes a driver’s smartphone camera for video monitoring and is priced at $7.99 per month (plus wireless carrier data plan charges). For fleet requiring more comprehensive monitoring, Azuga offers two additional Azuga DashCam versions with standalone wireless cameras and optional advanced recording features. Pricing for more advanced versions of Azuga DashCam varies based on fleets’ specific needs and customizations.

Azuga DashCam continuously monitors driving activity, and when triggered, automatically records up to 10-seconds of video before and after an incident is detected related to hard braking, sudden acceleration or hard cornering. These video clips are transmitted directly to the cloud and then added to individual driver breadcrumb reports that include specific time, date, location and speed details. Videos are then analyzed and given a video risk score to help fleet managers determine whether drivers are at fault for incidents, and whether driver behavior modification is necessary.

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