Protecting your driver. Providing your witness
Incidents involving vehicles are time-consuming issues to resolve. A lack of solid evidence can often mean companies automatically accept liability, but easy settlements have led to an increase in cases against those operators – who quickly get known as a soft-target for further similar claims. False claims, crash-for-cash and shrinkage are now costing businesses millions each year. Add to this the issues of vandalism and attacks on drivers and the job of a transport manager becomes evermore difficult.
By capturing footage from vehicle-mounted cameras, Brigade’s vehicle Digital Video Recorder (DVR) systems offer the solution. It provides an accurate witness and gives irrefutable evidence in the case of an incident. Having recorded footage where there are conflicting reports of actual events or by being able to prove a staged accident, companies can make major cost savings whilst importantly support their drivers, who are often the subject of increased scrutiny after an incident.
Brigade’s MDR range includes four and eight channel mobile digital video recorders with 1TB and 2TB hard drives . Both four and eight-channel vehicle DVR systems include models with WiFi and/or 4G connectivity capabilities, allowing data to be accessed from the recorder without physically having to go to the vehicle.
Brigade’s range of 4 and 8 channel vehicle DVR systems now include models with WiFi and/or 4G connectivity capabilities.
Wirelessly connecting a Mobile Digital Recorder (MDR) to a secure server can save many man-hours, as data can be obtained from the vehicle DVR without needing to access the vehicle.
WiFi and/or 4G models have the same features as the standard MDR.
Brigade’s new BRIDGE LINK modem gives customers who initially purchased a 400,500 or 600 Series MDR without a built-in mobile network module (all models except G or GW variants), the ability to become connected to Brigade’s 4G managed service, BRIDGE. The BRIDGE LINK modem device is a simple and cost-effective way for non-connected MDR owners to take their digital recorders online and begin accessing data from the recorder, without having to physically go to the vehicle.