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Quartix launches dashcam with Fleet Focus

Andy Walters Quartix

Quartix has launched an integrated dashcam solution after striking a partnership deal with Fleet Focus. 

It means that Quartix customers can now use the FF2000 vehicle connected camera to capture HD 1080p footage of any trip that their drivers make and view these within the Quartix vehicle tracking system. 

The FF2000 camera, available via a Fleet Focus subscription, automatically uploads key event footage to the Fleet Focus Cloud where the data is stored for up to three months. 

Designed to detect significant G-Force events, accidents or speeding events, the FF2000 will automatically upload specific footage for Quartix users to download and review. 

Graham Plummer, sales director at Fleet Focus, said: “We’re excited about working with Quartix as the leading provider of GPS vehicle tracking for large and small fleets in the UK.”   

Quartix users can also request footage for specific data points on the map to help investigate any incidents. This is particularly useful in accusations of erratic driving and ensures issues are dealt with efficiently and accurately, it says. 

The two services work in conjunction; if a recording isn’t available on the Fleet Focus server when a Quartix user requests it, Fleet Focus makes it available on the Cloud. 

The Quartix system also triggers downloads from the dashcam for all speed events logged by the system. The Cloud-based solution means that footage is accessible and backed up whenever it is needed. 

On working with Fleet Focus, Quartix MD Andy Walters (pictured) said: “We are delighted to be able to offer this valuable new feature to our customers and look forward to working with Fleet Focus on this innovative project.” 



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