- Get the full context of what happens in front of and behind the vehicle with front and rear exterior views
- Receive instant notifications and access to HD dash cam video when incidents occur
- GPS-enabled dash cams for real-time location tracking and trip history reporting
How Waterproof Dash Cams Work
Connected dash cam technology is the gold standard for protecting your business from false accident claims and identifying and improving risky driving behaviors
G-Force or telematics triggered event occurs within your fleet
Video and data is uploaded via cellular connection
Receive instant notification of incident via email or in the SureCam platform
Through the use of a cellular connection, you can be instantly notified and watch high-quality video within seconds of an incident occurring. With SureCam’s IP69 rated waterproof dash cam, you can get full visibility into road incidents with video evidence. The forward road-facing dash cam provides a wide-angle view of the road, while the externally mounted waterproof camera provides a rear view with night vision capabilities.
- High-quality, wide-angle view of the road plus a road-facing rear view for maximum video evidence
- IP69 rated waterproof externally mounted camera with superior protection from weather and dust
- Flexible mounting options allow you to choose between rear and side-rear views
- Customize safety alerts and video notifications to capture the incidents that matter most to your business
- Real-time video and GPS location tracking for visibility into your entire team
- Achieve clear visibility in low light conditions with infrared night vision
- Optional automated matching of driver assignments to trip level data and safety scores with SureCam Driver ID
- Optional reports and dashboards to manage and improve fleet safety and productivity
- Optional live-streaming capabilities with SureCam LiveCheck
We offer a variety of camera views at SureCam, with the waterproof rear camera as our most popular option for customers wanting to capture video evidence in the case of front and rear-end collisions. This option does not include an interior camera, making it driver-friendly if privacy is a concern.
While this camera configuration offers maximum coverage for the most common types of road incidents, our customers also find this particular view helpful for monitoring work-related activities that take place at the rear of the vehicle -- such as loading, unloading, and securing equipment.
There is a lot of flexibility when mounting the waterproof exterior dash cam, allowing you to capture the exact secondary view from outside of the vehicle that matters most to you.
The external waterproof dash cam can be mounted virtually anywhere on the vehicle, so the view that you capture is entirely up to you. The only consideration to note is that the waterproof camera is fixed on the vehicle. It is not meant to attach and detach as a standard part of its use.
The most common views are rear and side-rear views, with the passenger side being the most common side-rear view chosen due to blind spot concerns.
If you would like to dive deeper into the legal perspective of video telematics, you might be interested in this discussion with a commercial motor vehicle accident trial attorney.
We like to keep things simple and straightforward at SureCam, so we wrap all of your hardware, software, and data costs into one affordable monthly subscription. You can view our road-facing dash camera with additional side/rear camera pricing here.
Event Video: This is video that is captured when a g-force or alert-based event takes place. For example, if you want to capture video when harsh brakes or excessive speeding events occur, this is considered an event video. These videos are automatically uploaded to the SureCam platform and available for you to review and download for up to 60 days.
Continuous Video: This is the historic minute-by-minute video that is recorded while your vehicles are running. SureCam devices come standard with 50 hours of continuous video storage, so after 50 hours of drive time, this video records over itself. You can easily view continuous video from the SureCam platform as long as it is still available on your device.
Real-Time Video: This is optional live video that is available to you while your vehicles are turned on and connected to the cellular network. You must have SureCam LiveCheck enabled on your account to access the real-time video.
This allows you to skip the expensive upfront cost of purchasing dash camera technology, eliminate the hassle of owning and replacing aging equipment, and easily change camera views and plans as your business needs change.
Now if a camera was lost or destroyed in an accident, a modest replacement fee will apply. We are always happy to talk more about that.
Our in-house customer support teams are based in the United States and Great Britain. We provide live customer support for customers in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Support is provided via phone and email or customers can choose to leverage our self-service support knowledge base.
Let's talk about your business and the problems you are looking to solve with fleet video to determine if and how SureCam can help you.
Easy to use, affordable vehicle camera system. The system is a great tool for coaching drivers into better driving behavior. It is easy to use and very affordable for the amount of product you get.
DIRECTOR OF SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE
Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, Value. We have loved our SureCam dash cam with GPS. The price point is great … I don't spend much time analyzing the data - the reports I need and want come automatically. I really do love this product.
Kate Smith Walton
SureCam - fast, affordable and great service! Surecam is the single best safety feature that we have added to our trucks.