Isaac unleashes next generation InView camera system

by Today's Trucking

In-cab technology provider Isaac announced the evolution of InView, a fully integrated video camera and data recording system to enhance safety, safeguard against false claims and simplify driver coaching.

The next-generation system includes a road-facing and optional side and optional driver-facing cameras, virtually eliminating blind spots. The wide-angle visual image provides extended visibility alongside the truck, regardless of the time of day or weather conditions, according to a news release.

Picture of a driver in a truck
(Photo: Isaac)

The camera solution provides access to videos on Isaac’s fleet management platform. The redundant memory system means videos will never be lost due to memory corruption.

The four-channel digital video recorder (DVR) is mounted behind the dash, allowing for better reliability of video retrieval following a crash.  It is separate from the forward-facing camera, ensuring videos will not be lost in the event the windshield is damaged in an accident.

In the event of a harsh maneuver, it provides instant access to footage to determine whether the driver was distracted. The camera can see the driver’s eyes, even if wearing sunglasses.

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  • And what happens when these gizmos fail? Everyone likes new and shiny with lots of button. But we are getting away from basics. Mirrors for example. Saw a truck video that had a truck with no mirrors on it. No blind spots, better fuel efficiency. But when they fail you have a blind driver. That makes something bucker on me as a driver. Forward facing radar. As a driver you are paid to drive, not watch videos as you go up the road.
    Put a driver back behind the wheel. We keep building trucks for less and less qualified drivers.

  • Dash cameras are fine, maybe side view ones too but not on me as a driver.
    I am not a laboratory animal experiment and my every move scrutinized by someone else.