Netradyne’s D-430 video device builds on features previously available in the D-410, incorporating additional processing power, new imaging sensors, and improved GPS locators and visual object detection.
The hardware includes four onboard camera sensors, and it emerges at the same time the company is enhancing its Driveri mobile app.
The Driveri platform combines real-time praise for positive driver actions along with constructive feedback. Automated weekly coaching sessions are pushed through the app, which generates what’s known as a GreenZone score.
Compound alerts highlight risky driving events that involve multiple driving behaviors. “Instead of a fleet manager seeing that a driver was ‘only’ distracted while driving, the manager can now see that he driver was also following too close, which led to a hard brake event caused by being distracted,” the company says as an example.
Vehicle groups can also be created to reflect dedicated equipment or slip seating operations.
Tracking improvements, meanwhile, offer better visibility into vehicle locations, ignition status, vehicle speed, and more.
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