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Integrated vehicle camera solution gives enhanced risk insight to ADA Fastfix

Construction material wholesaler ADA Fastfix has adopted an integrated vehicle camera solution from Ctrack as part of a fleet telematics upgrade.

ADA Fastfix has adopted an integrated vehicle camera solution, along with the Driver Mobi web app and Executive Dashboard reporting, for its fleet of 31 vans

The firm runs a fleet of 31 vans and is using the vehicle cameras along with the Driver Mobi web app and Executive Dashboard reporting tool, to achieve added visibility and control over its operations.

The connected vehicle cameras will replace a previous SD-card solution, providing real-time visibility of any road collision, near miss and harsh driving event, with supporting video footage and vehicle data. As a result, the company can quickly see what has occurred, who was at fault and if any action is required.

Workers will also be incentivised to improve their driving performance by the introduction of Ctrack’s Driver Mobi web app, which provides an individual score alongside company averages via a smartphone – with a breakdown of harsh and prohibited events.

An Executive Dashboard will allow ADA Fastfix to view a summary of business-critical information, so it can quickly identify trends, areas of improvement and the root cause of any fleet issues.

“By enhancing our existing Ctrack vehicle tracking system with cameras and the driver app we will gain a better understanding of fleet risk, while having the means to engage with our nationwide delivery team to encourage responsible driving,” said Mike Bevan, transport and compliance manager at ADA Fastix.

“We are committed to operating safely and efficiently at all times, so this is an important step for us that will help reduce collisions and fuel usage to protect our drivers, other road users and the communities we operate in.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news.

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