Dual facing connected dash cams are designed to improve driver coaching and provide fleet managers with better visibility to the operations of their fleets. SureCam’s dual facing dash cam system provides safety managers with an instant view of both the road and what happened inside the cab. The dual cam system uses a g-force sensor to trigger an automatic upload of video footage after an incident, and to capture other supporting data for the fleet.
Dual-facing dash cam systems have two hardware components: a forward-facing camera that mounts to the windshield, and a secondary camera is installed in the cab with a view of the driver. The SureCam system transmits both videos within 15 seconds of an incident, providing instant visibility and resolving liability.
What is a Dual-Facing Dash Camera?
Dual facing dash cams record the road and the interior of the cab and are used to support driver coaching and to decrease risky driving. They can also help identify seat belt violations, littering, and other inappropriate driver behaviours.
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SureCam’s hardware is German designed and manufactured, and is equipped with full HD (720p), 25 frames per second, and an IP69 rating. Some alternative hardware is susceptible to damage from water, dust, and vibration, but SureCam’s dual-facing dash cams are highly engineered to withstand the elements of transportation.
In addition to the benefits of SureCam forward-facing dash cams, dual-facing cameras enable fleets to improve driving coaching, reduce risky driving behaviours, and improve operational efficiency.