KeepTruckin’s AI Dashcam incorporates a dual-camera setup, with one camera up front to support the advanced driver assistance system and incident recording, and a second RGB-IR camera for a driver monitoring system with driver recording.
Key features include 1440p HD video resolution and a wide field of view for more coverage; up to 104 hours of camera storage; and a built-in quick-capture feature button to initiate an automatic video upload to safety departments.
A central piece of the hardware is Ambarella’s CV22 CVflow edge AI vision system on chip, which simultaneously provides AI and the image processing.
The CV22 also lets the AI Dashcam run KeepTruckin’s proprietary algorithms to detect risky behaviors in real time, and activate warnings, Ambarella says.
Front-facing features include warnings for close following, lane departures, forward collisions, speeding and traffic violations. The in cab cameras monitor for driver fatigue, distraction and policy violations, such as cell phone or seatbelt use.
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