LPS goes for 3G vehicle cameras cut costs and improve safety 03 March 2016

Felixstowe, Suffolk-based container logistics operator LPS says it is targeting road safety improvements and insurance premium reductions by replacing replace existing SD-card dashcams with 3G units from Intelligent Telematics.

The company has installed the firm’s IT1000 devices across its 38-strong HGV fleet, enabling the traffic office to access high-definition footage of incidents within seconds, along with supporting vehicle data.

Martin Hazelwood, transport manager at LPS, says that a faster FNOL (first notification of loss) will help the company better manage claims handling – quickly proving fault and minimising insurance costs.

LPS will also use the new cameras to steer driver behaviour improvements, monitoring crashes, near misses and harsh driving events to identify problem areas.

“We are committed to using the latest technology to ensure we remain at the forefront of the container logistics sector, providing the highest levels of customer service, operational performance and duty of care,” comments Hazelwood.

“We quickly recognised the potential of the IT1000 3G vehicle camera, when compared to other devices ... and we expect it to have a significant positive impact on road safety and insurance costs moving forward.”

Brian Tinham

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