Dashcam AI features can be activated on a per device basis and vary depending on what events you're looking to have surfaced. This functionality will provide you with better visibility of what's happening with your fleet.
Depending on your dashcam hardware there will be different steps to complete to ensure your dashcams are correctly installed and configured to support the new AI features. These steps involve ensuring the dashcam is in a suitably mounted location and by submitting some information about the position of the dashcam to our system.
Read more in the articles below on what's required for each type of dashcam in the "AI Configuration" section of the articles below:
Artificial Intelligence (AI) functionality enables dashcams to surface events relating to unsafe driving in the form of a media clip showing what happened. Each of these events have different sensitivity settings based on a basic Low, Medium, High scale. A basic summary of the different AI events can be found below; you can also navigate to Camera Settings to learn about all the ways these can be controlled:
- Harsh Cornering - Severe turns taken at speed to the left or right
- Harsh Braking - Significant drops in speed; attempts to stop the vehicle quickly
- Harsh Acceleration - Rapid increase in speed from firmly pressing the accelerator
- Shock Impact - Triggered by a physical collision of the vehicle with an object
Driving Facing AI (Requires inside or driver facing camera is installed and enabled)
- Distracted - Looking away from the road for an unsafe period of time.
- Phone Use - Driver is holding their phone up to their ear or possibly texting (dashcam model specific)
- Fatigue - Instances where the camera observes yawning, head dropping or tired eyes
Road Facing AI
- Lane Departure - Vehicle is driving outside of the road boundary lines
- Tailgating - Vehicle is driving at an unsafe distance behind the vehicle in front
- Collision Warning - Instances where there is a chance the vehicle is heading for a collision