While commuting on trains, buses, in cabs and in rideshares, women often experience personal safety-related issues. In this article we take a closer look at dash cams and examine how they can help to make transportation safer.
Where dash cams are legal, no fleet can afford to be without them. They provide an effective deterrent against driver abuse and false claims. They also help to save money efficiently to remain profitable in an increasingly competitive space.
Ridesharing companies and their drivers provide a smart and convenient answer to some of the 21st century’s most pressing transport problems, but the disruptive nature of the service they provide can present additional challenges.
Text recognition, commonly referred to as optical character recognition (OCR), is a widespread technology used for recognizing text in images or documents; in our case it is from a live camera feed. OCR has many uses in everyday life, such as automated data-entry, identification, invoice checking, document copying and handwriting recognition, amongst many other things. […]
For trucking and haulage operators, dash cam technology has been an undisputed net positive for reducing the financial impact of traffic incidents. The video footage collected by dash cams helps dispute driving tickets, determine fault in an accident, catch insurance fraudsters, and improve driver behavior. The integration of AI technology in dash cams brings even […]