Vehicle CCTV

Utilise a wide range of on-board Vehicle CCTV equipment

When one of your fleet is involved in a road accident, conflicting accounts of events or a lack of witnesses are common problems in determining who may be at fault. With commercial vehicles, more often than not, when it is involved in an incident, the potential claims for damage is significantly greater for larger vehicles.

Corcra’s wide range of Vehicle CCTV systems can ensure that you’ll always be able to provide conclusive video evidence of incidents. This will not only help to protect your business and individual drivers, but also gives you invaluable footage for driver training and development.

With Corcra you can be assured to get the very latest technology in the market, with Industry Leading Vehicle CCTV, offering live footage & historical footage which can be downloaded remotely, to your computer, laptop or even your phone.

Front-facing camera footage is now widely accepted in court cases for road accident claims, helping to protect drivers and operators from false accusations. Multi-camera setups, including rear and blind spot mounted cameras can improve driver manoeuvrability and safety, whilst also keeping vehicles compliant with road safety laws and specific contractor requirements, such as FORS, Costain & Crossrail.

Features

Front Facing Accident Cameras
Front Facing Accident Cameras
All forward facing accident cameras have a wide angle 170º lens capturing a pillar-to-pillar driver's eye view of the road ahead.
360º View
360º View
Using multiple separately positioned cameras, you can capture a vehicle's entire surroundings at all times.
Monitor Integration
Monitor Integration
Cameras mounted to the rear of the vehicle and near-side blind spots can integrate with in-cab monitors to assist drivers in safe reversing and manoeuvring., whilst also providing vital visibility of cyclists, pedestrians and slow moving traffic.
Live Streaming
Live Streaming
Using 3G data networks, managers in head office can monitor video streams from current journeys as they progress in real time.
Continuous Recording
Continuous Recording
Since an incident can occur at any time, cameras capture continuous video with event-triggered bookmarks added to easily find incidents when reviewing long footage.
Cloud Service Transfer
Cloud Service Transfer
Drivers can remotely share recorded data with head office via the web as soon as incidents occur, significantly reducing the time between incident and reporting.
Monitor Driving Style
Monitor Driving Style
Quickly detect an individual's driving behaviour to identify problem drivers and areas where training may be necessary.
Measure Impact
Measure Impact
Equipped with various sensors, cameras are capable of detecting driving speeds, shock and force of impact to provide footage with additional data.
GPS Vehicle Location
GPS Vehicle Location
Cameras with integrated GPS receivers can accurately measure vehicle speed and pinpoint location as footage records.
Associated Software
Associated Software
Managers can download recordings from SD card to play back footage and search video clips by date or incident type, as well as make backup copies and save screenshot images.
Insurance Premium Benefits
Insurance Premium Benefits
Many businesses using on-board Vehicle CCTV have noticed considerable savings on Long Term Insurance Premiums.
Proven Reduction in Claims
Proven Reduction in Claims
Since the introduction of in-vehicle witness cameras, there has been a significant drop in intentional "cash for crash" incidents and false or exaggerated whiplash claims.

Examples of Witness? Vehicle CCTV Footage

Case Study 1

  • Driver accused of hitting third party in rear, resulting in 4 whiplash claims.
  • Vehicle CCTV footage shows that third party crosses 3 lanes at speed before clearly braking in front of?vehicle.
  • Potential claim of 75,000 avoided.
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Case Study 2

  • Driver accused by third party witness of speeding and poor lane discipline.
  • Job and licence put at risk.
  • Vehicle CCTV proves driver’s innocence.
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Case Study 3

  • Third party vehicle overtakes driver.
  • Narrowly avoids collision with oncoming vehicle.
  • Vehicle CCTV proves dangerous driving by third party.
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HGV Cameras

  • Front-facing driver’s view
  • Blind spots
  • Rear mounted reversing
  • 360º view
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Tipper Cameras

  • Front-facing driver’s view
  • Blind spots
  • Rear mounted reversing
  • 360º view
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Skip Truck Cameras

  • Front-facing driver’s view
  • Blind spots
  • Rear mounted reversing
  • 360º view
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Van Cameras

  • Front-facing driver’s view
  • Rear mounted reversing
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Taxi Cameras

  • Front-facing driver’s view
  • Passenger camera
  • Rear mounted reversing