The Solution for Effective Construction Fleet Management.
Fleet management has always been challenging for construction companies with commercial fleets. Using all that high-value, heavy equipment comes with plenty of risks, day after day. SureCam’s changing all that by improving the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of your construction fleet management practices with network-connected cameras. Schedule your free demo and see all the benefits for yourself!
What Camera Set Up is Right for Your Construction Company?
Most Popular: Road-facing plus exterior-,rear-,or side-mounted
SureCam's road-facing plus exterior-, rear-, or side-mounted view camera solution is a popular option among construction companies. It offers unparalleled visibility into the work taking place at the back of your vehicles, as well as extra visibility of the materials you're hauling during transport. Plus, with the exterior-mounted camera option, you can capture a rear view or a side view depending on your needs. And don't worry about inclement weather conditions—this camera is IP68 rated to be weatherproof and has excellent night vision capabilities.
Runner Up: Road-facing-only option
When it comes to construction companies, there's no room for error on the road. That's why many turn to camera solutions like SureCam's road-facing-only option. Not only is it the most economical choice, it offers valuable coverage for accident liability in a variety of scenarios. Whether it's a rear-end collision or a side swipe, having a clear view of what happened can be essential in determining fault and preventing further incidents. Plus, with SureCam's modular design, companies can always add a second camera view if and when it's needed.
Construction workers are typically not professional drivers, which increases the likelihood of minor and careless incidents involving their vehicles. Unfortunately, these incidents can lead to costly repairs and insurance deductibles.
With SureCam's combined GPS and dash cam solution, you can monitor your drivers' behavior and identify risky driving habits like speeding, harsh braking, and rapid acceleration. This allows you to provide your drivers with feedback on their driving performance, helping them improve their driving skills and avoid accidents altogether.
As a construction project manager, you understand the importance of timely arrivals at job sites. SureCam's combined GPS and dash cam solution gives you visibility into where vehicles are and provides live feeds of your crews in action.
Not only does this visibility improve driver accountability, it also increases efficiency by enabling you to adjust project schedules in real-time. Additionally, with alert and reporting capabilities, you’ll know when crews arrive on the job site, how long they're there, and adjust accordingly.
Worker injuries are costly and can negatively impact your project completion timeline. Many of these accidents occur when loading and unloading materials at the rear of vehicles.
SureCam's network-connected cameras provide visibility through camera views at both the front and rear of the vehicle. This visibility can help capture what occurred and speed up the safety investigation process. By identifying potential hazards and addressing them, you can reduce the risk of work-related injuries and limit the associated costs.
Anyone in the construction industry knows that keeping projects on-budget and on-schedule is easier said than done. It’s not only frustrating when projects drag on past their deadline—it also affects your bottom line and even your reputation.
SureCam’s network-connected cameras with video and vehicle tracking can help keep your construction project on track. Not only does it give you a way to hold workers accountable for their actions, it also helps with maintenance scheduling, to minimize equipment downtime.
Accidents are never planned, but they can happen. When they occur, investigating claims can take a lot of time, impacting your project timeline.
With SureCam's combined GPS and dash cam technology, you can quickly and easily review the incident, providing the necessary context to investigate and resolve claims. This technology provides a clear picture of what occurred, making it easier to determine liability, allowing you to streamline the claims management process and get back to work quickly.
Why Tracking Construction Assets Is Good For Business:
- Reduce Claims and enhance productivity
- Reduce fuel costs due to idling, speeding and harsh driving
- Increase productivity with hours of service reporting
- Create accurate payroll reporting and reduce overhead costs
- Reduce maintenance costs
- Provide customers with proof of service
- Complete more service calls each week to increase your bottom line
- High Quality Video
- Self-Service Video Downloads
- LiveCheck Video
- Instant Incident Alerts
- GPS Location Tracking
- Live Geofence Search
- Geofence Enabled Trip History Search
- Trip History Logs
- Driver Safety Scores
- Geofence Zones
- Standard Speeding Alerts
- Advanced Speeding Alerts
- Standard Scheduled Reports
- Custom Scheduled Reports
- Management Dashboards
- Onboarding Training
- Live Customer Support