Build a culture of safety and trust with the KeepTruckin Smart Dashcam
A year ago, our drivers didn’t want cameras in their trucks because they thought they were too intrusive. After seeing the KeepTruckin Smart Dashcam at work, they now realize a camera can save their backsides when it comes to incidents or accidents.
With both forward-facing and inward-facing cameras, our next generation dash cam streamlines coaching, helps protect drivers, and will intelligently provide drivers with safety alerts.
Capture the right video that you and your drivers need to protect your business from the uncertainty of the road.
Retrieve any video footage stored locally on the dashcam that isn’t associated with a harsh acceleration, brake, or cornering event.
Start recording in minutes with “plug-and-play” installation. HD video is automatically uploaded to your KeepTruckin Dashboard.
When the KeepTruckin Vehicle Gateway detects a critical event, 10 seconds of HD video before and after are sent to the KeepTruckin Dashboard for your review.
Hard brakes, hard accelerations, and hard corners.
No, the Smart Dashcam uses the cellular connection in the Vehicle Gateway to upload all video content.
The Smart Dashcam is only compatible with the cellular-enabled Vehicle Gateway.
The Smart Dashcam can be used with any subscription plan.
KeepTruckin uses video data collected from dashcams for a variety of purposes, including internal quality assurance, to improve our products, and to develop new features and services. We’ll only share your video data with your approval, or with third parties on an anonymous, de-identified basis that prioritizes your privacy.
We currently offer both a road-facing and dual-facing dash cam. The road-facing dash cam only has one camera that records what’s on the road, and the dual-facing dash cam has both a road-facing and driver-facing camera that records in the cab. Customers can purchase either camera.
If a Dashcam is disconnected, the fleet admin will automatically be notified.