CMS SupaTrak has launched a combined video and telematics system, which delivers real time crash reconstruction.
The new product forms part of CMS SupaTrak’s 'saving money, saving lives' campaign, which focuses on promoting safer driving and managing road risk and accident prevention.
The combined video and telematics system delivers real time crash reconstruction information to incident management centres, referred to by insurance companies as first notification of loss (FNOL) centres.
Using this real-time information, the incident centre is able to mitigate claims and ensure the correct medical assistance is made available to the driver, if required.
The system automatically identifies a potential road safety incident and starts sending back video and telematics data 20 seconds before and 10 seconds after the logged alert. In addition to the automated alerts, drivers can manually create an incident by pressing a button inside the vehicle.
When an incident is identified, the system will automatically create an alert, which generates an email with the video footage embedded and a text message, if required.
CMS SupaTrak’s managing director Jason Airey said: “Our new crash reconstruction system has been conceived through our work with insurance under writers and our existing customers. It provides a solution to the challenges faced when an incident does occur and the integration of the captured data enables fleet managers and FNOL centres to handle claims as efficiently as possible.”