Geotab fighting fraud with Street Angel Camera Telematics
Geotab Inc., a global leader in IoT and connected transportation has joined forces with Newbury, Berkshire company Camera Telematics, leaders in vehicle camera technology, to help fight vehicle insurance fraud with The Street Angel Solution on the Geotab Marketplace.
With an estimated 58,000 vehicle frauds every year, according to the Association of British Insurers (or 158 every day), one of the most effective ways of managing risk is through on-board camera technology. Camera Telematics’ Street Angel enables fleet operators to achieve some of the highest standards of risk management strategies.
Street Angel offers the latest tracking functionality coupled with one of the most advanced on-board vehicle camera solutions available. It has multiple functions available in one device, including track and trace, superfast 4G data transfer, 1080p high-quality recording.
It also provides a scalable link to up to five cameras, and with a monitor, can provide blind-spot and reversing assistance. Crucially, it has the ability to provide First Notice of Loss (FNOL) reports direct to insurance companies. So, when a roadside incident or accident occurs, Street Angel provides the visual evidence to enable Geotab users to access high levels of protection from insurance fraud and accident management assistance.
“As a company dedicated to improving driver safety, Geotab is committed to offering the most advanced solutions on the Geotab Marketplace,” said David Savage, Vice President, UK and Ireland at Geotab. “We are excited to collaborate with Camera Telematics to provide our customers with more customisation options and so that they can benefit from advanced camera technology that can help them better manage roadside incidents and accidents.”
The Geotab Marketplace is a robust complement to the MyGeotab platform that provides customers with an extensive ecosystem of valuable business-focused applications and add-ons. Utilised by companies with fleets large and small, the Marketplace offers key applications to more than 12,000 Geotab customers, solidifying the company’s leadership in commercial telematics.
“We are delighted to announce this partnership and working with Geotab raises our profile throughout the countries in which they operate, to further expand our customer base whilst delivering enhanced services into the Geotab ecosystem,” said Mark Stamper, Managing Director, Camera Telematics.