Introducing the MacTrack sAInt, an advanced dash camera product that prioritises the safety of you and your drivers. We understand that as humans, we have limits and sometimes lack self-awareness, especially when working solo behind the wheel for hours on end. This is where the MacTrack sAInt comes in, providing drivers with a duty-of-care that goes beyond the ordinary.
The MacTrack sAInt is designed to enhance safety performance and protect our network of valued drivers. It records video footage from inside the vehicle and captures real-time data such as GPS location and speed to provide a comprehensive view of driver behaviour.
As an all-in-one fleet connected camera, the MacTrack sAInt is constantly evolving to optimise performance for fleet managers. From identifying harsh cornering and braking to stop sign and speed limit violations, our cutting-edge dashcam technology helps you detect when your drivers are tired, distracted or overly aggressive.
TWO-WAY DASH CAM CAPABILITY
Two-way dash cam capabilities are valued in fleet management for several reasons:
Driver Accountability: With a two-way dash cam, fleet managers can monitor driver behaviour which can help improve driver accountability and reduce the risk of accidents caused by distracted or reckless driving. In addition, the presence of a two-way dash cam can serve as a deterrent against unsafe driving behaviours.
Improved Training: Two-way dash cams can be used as a training tool for drivers. Fleet managers can review footage with drivers to identify areas for improvement and provide coaching to help them improve their driving skills.
Enhanced Security: Two-way dash cams can help improve the security of fleet vehicles and their cargo. If an incident occurs, such as theft, the footage captured by the dash cam can provide valuable evidence to help identify and apprehend the perpetrators.
Overall, two-way dash cam capabilities are highly valued in fleet management because they provide valuable insights and data that can help improve driver behaviour, enhance security, and provide better customer service.
REAL-TIME FLEET TRACKING
Real-time fleet tracking is incredibly useful for a number of reasons, including:
Improved Efficiency: With real-time tracking, fleet managers can optimize routes, adjust schedules, and ensure that vehicles are being utilized effectively. This can help reduce wasted time and resources, ultimately leading to cost savings.
Increased Productivity: By tracking vehicle locations and movements in real-time, fleet managers can ensure that their drivers are following the most efficient routes and completing their tasks on time. This can help increase productivity and ensure that deadlines are met.
Better Customer Service: With real-time tracking, fleet managers can provide customers with up-to-date information on the location and estimated arrival time of their shipments. This can help improve customer satisfaction and increase retention rates.
Enhanced Safety: Real-time tracking can help fleet managers identify potential safety risks, such as speeding or harsh driving, and take corrective action before an accident occurs. This can help improve driver safety and reduce the risk of costly accidents.
Overall, real-time fleet tracking provides fleet managers with valuable insights and data that can help improve efficiency, productivity, customer service, and safety.
The value of tamper-resistant technology in dash cams is to ensure the integrity and accuracy of the recorded data. By having tamper-resistant features, the dash cam becomes more reliable and trustworthy, as it cannot be tampered with or altered.
For example, some dash cams come with encrypted storage or password-protected settings, which prevent unauthorized access to the device’s data or settings. This helps prevent anyone from deleting or altering footage that could potentially incriminate them.
Tamper-resistant technology also helps protect against false claims or disputes. For instance, if an accident occurs and there is a dispute over who was at fault, the footage recorded by the tamper-resistant dash cam can provide objective evidence to help resolve the issue.
Furthermore, tamper-resistant technology provides peace of mind for fleet managers and business owners, knowing that the data recorded by their dash cams is accurate and reliable. They can rest assured that the footage is not tampered with or manipulated in any way, and can use it as a tool to improve safety, efficiency, and driver behaviour within their fleet.
In summary, tamper-resistant technology adds significant value to dash cams, by ensuring the accuracy, reliability, and integrity of the recorded data, which can help protect against false claims or disputes, improve safety, and increase trust in the device.
The Mactrack sAInt is complete with the following key features:
Automotive dead reckoning (ADR) for precise positioning
Automotive dead reckoning is a navigation technology used in vehicles to track their location when satellite signals are not available or are weak. This technology uses a combination of sensors, such as accelerometers, gyroscopes, and wheel speed sensors, to estimate the vehicle’s position based on its previous known location and the speed and direction of its movements.
The term “dead reckoning” refers to the process of estimating a vehicle’s position based on its previous known position and its subsequent movements, without any external reference point. In automotive dead reckoning, the vehicle’s sensors constantly measure its movements, and this data is used to calculate its current location.
This technology is particularly useful in urban areas or other areas where GPS signals may be obstructed or weakened, such as in tunnels, underpasses, or heavily forested areas. Automotive dead reckoning can provide a more accurate and reliable navigation experience, even in areas where GPS signals are not available.
Automotive dead reckoning is commonly used in navigation systems for cars, trucks, and other vehicles, and is often integrated with other technologies, such as GPS and cellular networks, to provide a more robust and accurate positioning system.
Open APIs &SDK for seamless integration with fleet management solutions
An API is a set of protocols, tools, and routines that allow different software applications to communicate with each other. An open API is publicly available and can be accessed by anyone who wants to develop applications that interact with the dash cam.
Similarly, an SDK is a set of software development tools that developers can use to create applications for a specific platform or operating system. In the context of dash cams and fleet management, open APIs and SDKs allow third-party developers to build custom applications that can interact with the dash cam’s features and data.
This enables developers to create applications that analyse the data collected by the dash cam to identify patterns in driver behaviour and provide insights to fleet managers. They can also create applications that integrate the dash cam’s data with other systems, such as dispatch or routing systems, to optimise fleet operations. By providing open APIs and SDKs, dash cam and fleet management manufacturers can create an ecosystem of applications that enhance the value and functionality of their products, and provide greater flexibility and customization options for fleet managers and other users.
- Built-in4C LTE Cat.6 & dual-band WIFI
- Over-the-Air firmware & setting updates
- Inward & outward camera
- Comprehensive satellite tracking
- 3-axis G-sensor & Gyro support
- Qualcomm Octa-core & Android 9.0
The Mactrack sAInt is compatible with cloud integration. One of the main benefits of cloud integration is that it allows for real-time remote access to dash cam footage and data. Instead of having to physically retrieve the footage from each individual dash cam, cloud integration enables fleet managers to access the data from a centralised location. This saves time and improves efficiency, making it easier to manage a large fleet of vehicles.
Cloud integration also allows for more advanced data analysis and reporting capabilities. By collecting data from multiple dash cams and storing it in the cloud, fleet managers can gain insights into driver behaviour, identify trends, and take proactive measures to improve safety and reduce risks. This data can be used to optimise routes, improve fuel efficiency, and reduce maintenance costs.
TRUST IN THE MACTRACK sAInt
Trust in the MacTrack sAInt to always have your back and keep you and your drivers safe on the road.
If you have any questions with regard to our new dash cam product please contact us and a member of the team will be only too happy to talk you through its key features and applications.