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Matrix Telematics launches new HD33 IncidentCam dashcam

Matrix Telematics HD33 IncidentCam dashcam

Matrix Telematics has launched its new HD33 IncidentCam dashcam, which offers over-the-air video alerts and remotely retrievable video on demand.

It also offers the option of a second camera to deliver internal driver-facing footage or rear-facing video.

Alternatively, an externally-mounted rear camera can be installed to capture activity behind a vehicle.

Phil Powell, sales director at Matrix Telematics, said: “Dashcam technology is critical for the modern fleet manager.

"With the latest innovation in IncidentCam we are not only able to provide HD evidence but also a detailed FNOL report within minutes.

"The IncidentCam puts fleet managers in control, from being able to protect drivers, expedite insurance claims, to even enhancing driver performance from incident reports through training.”

With the aid of a hard-wired telemetry device, IncidentCam can send out automated 1080p HD video footage and detailed FNOL report by email upon event trigger.

Journey footage is stored on a loop on a secure flash memory that will automatically protect event clips until they are uploaded via 3G to Matrix Telematics's secure server.

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