Roadcast introduces AI dashcam for logistics safety

Dashcam offers driver behaviour analysis such as speed, acceleration & braking patterns ensuring safer driving practices

Update: 2023-09-11 12:00 GMT
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Roadcast, an innovator in automotive technology, has introduced an AI dashcam to prevent accidents using advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

"Staying at the forefront of technology, we are constantly working to improve logistics with AI-based tools," says Rahul Mehra, Co-Founder, Roadcast. "The AI powered dashcam will prove beneficial for fleet management in multiple industries across geographies. The role of AI has become so prominent that it is almost indispensable to specific industries. With the incorporation of AI in dashcam, the operations costs can be notably lowered with increased productivity, safety, and seamless operations."

AI dashcam; Rahul Mehra, Co-Founder, Roadcast

 In 2021, the total recorded 412,432 road accidents across India claimed 153,972 lives and injured 384,448 people. The commercial fleet industry suffers efficiency losses of up to Rs 48,000 crore per year due to accidents and fleet breakdowns. As many as six out of 10 accidents can be prevented through ADAS, and Roadcast has deployed over 2,500 cameras that capture more than 8,000 events every day.

The dashcam offers driver behaviour analysis such as speed, acceleration and braking patterns, ensuring safer driving practices and optimised fleet management. The dashcam is also equipped with a panic button feature so drivers can quickly alert authorities in case of emergencies. With its cloud capability, the dashcam stores videos and data that can be accessed in real-time. With its fully-integrated design, the dashcam incorporates a high-definition 1080P front camera and a 720P inward-facing sub-camera with easy installation on the windshield.


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