Smart video telematics solutions provider Lytx has announced its sponsorship of the Global Fleet Champions campaign Incident Analysis and Intervention pillar.
The five pillars of the Global Fleet Champions campaign correspond to the key areas of risk for organisations that employ people who drive for work.
These pillars are: Community Outreach, Incident Analysis and Intervention, Journey Routing and Modal Choice, Vehicle Procurement and Maintenance, and Driver Behaviour.
The incident analysis and intervention pillar focuses on reporting, recording and analysing crash data to identify risks and prevent future road incidents.
This process often involves using telematics technology in vehicles. This can include location tracking, sensors, and video cameras, which collect information about the cause of incidents and can help to identify risky driving habits before they cause an incident.
Lytx is a leading provider of video telematics, analytics, safety and productivity solutions for commercial and public sector fleets.
The company offers smart dash cameras with proprietary machine vision and artificial intelligence technology to help protect and connect thousands of fleets and more than one million drivers worldwide.
An infographic explaining the Incident Analysis and Intervention pillar can be downloaded here.
Scott Williams, Head of Programme Delivery at Brake, the road safety charity, said: “Reporting, recording and analysing crash data are important steps for fleet organisations to identify risks before a crash occurs. Through thorough incident analysis and intervention, you can put employees’ safety and welfare first, and show that you are a compassionate and caring employer.”
Damian Penney, Vice President Europe, at Lytx added: “Lytx is proud to sponsor the Incident Analysis and Intervention pillar of the Global Fleet Champions campaign. We dream of a world where no commercial driver is ever the cause of a collision. We believe that video enriches everything, enabling fleets, drivers and insurers to proactively manage risk.”