Tools to manage fleetwide safety

Extensive driver behavior reports, smart cameras, in-vehicle coaching, and more

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Driver Safety

Protect your greatest asset: your drivers

There are multiple layers to understanding every driver's safety practices. Our system is designed to break down important trends and offer room for improvement not just on an individual level, but organizationally too.

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In-Vehicle Coaching

Guide safer driving with smart in-vehicle coaching

Your fleet can span thousands of miles apart at any given moment. With in-vehicle coaching, impac Telematics will remind drivers to drive safer with audible alerts. Keep your drivers' seat belts buckled, maintaining appropriate speeds, and accelerating and braking safely. Customize alerts that make sense for your fleet.

Seat Belt

Harsh Acceleration

Harsh Braking


Accident Reconstruction

Accident reports with all the relevant data

The platform takes collision reports and provides robust data on what happened and why. Rebuilding information is vital for a number of reasons, including insurance, training, and personal litigation. Utilize curve logic and data points like trip history, log data, speed profile, and accelerometer graphs to review and analyze the event to determine what happened.

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Video & Driver Safety

Know the why and how in the event of an accident

Many fleets are facing increasing legal costs due to accidents or other traffic events. With cameras, you're taking the guesswork out of what really happened at the scene, saving both time and money. Additionally, with the power of artificial intelligence, you're able to enhance driver coaching features should you choose to implement it.

Optional safety alerts with driver-facing cameras:

Device Use

Lens Obstruction

Food & Drink


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Video Safety

How do cameras work?

  1. The camera starts recording video
    Using vehicle batteries via a wired connection, the cameras will only record once the engine is turned on and in motion to avoid any battery drainage
  2. A.I. sensors capture unsafe or risky events
    Both driver and road facing cameras capture day and night footage with infrared LEDs and constantly record as the vehicle is in motion
  3. Alert data and HD footage is saved to the cloud
    Driver trips and alert data are automatically uploaded to the cloud for easy access
  4. Review footage from the portal
    When footage is ready to review, you will receive an alert. The footage includes GPS and driver data