Car Camera Kit
Drive Proof GPS Data Logger
Businesses are always searching for the newest technological tools to help maximize profits. From the first time clock used to document work hours to GPS vehicle tracking systems used to document mileage traveled, businesses have always been early adopters of any solution that can help promote safety, productivity, efficiency, and most importantly profits. This is probably also the reason why trade shows such as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held annually in Las Vegas continue to grow among businesses actively looking for the next game-changing piece of technology. One device, in particular, that has begun creating a buzz among businesses with small vehicle fleets is a car camera that also features GPS data logger technology, and some security insiders believe it will eventually be in almost every work truck, car, and automobile.
Dual Dash Camera With GPS Tracking
- Front and Rear Facing Cameras
- Optional GPS & SD Card Included
- Night Vision To Record Thieves
- 1080p Image Quality
- Dual Cash Cameras Keep Employees Safe
- Dash Cam Can Record Accidents For Evidence
The car camera with GPS tracking capabilities is called Drive Proof, and the phrase “automotive black box” would probably be the simplest way to explain what the dash cam system is. Mounted upon the front windshield of an automobile, Drive Proof will then record both what a driver is doing inside the cab of a vehicle as well as what is occurring outside of the vehicle. This video data is accompanied by sophisticated GPS tracking data that will store locational information about how fast a vehicle travels and places that vehicle parked. Both the video and GPS tracking device data from the car camera are stored upon an SD card that managers can remove at any time to investigate any potential issues surrounding driving activity. This can be extremely helpful in diagnosing safe driving behaviors if an employee is misusing company work vehicles or validating claims in an automobile accident.
In countries such as Russia, insurance companies have begun getting tighter and requiring those involved in automobile accidents to provide evidence validating their side of the story. They don’t simply believe what a person says but only what a person or business can actually prove. This is why Russia has more car cameras than any other country in the world. American businesses are starting to also see the benefits of evidence especially when it comes to working automobiles, and this is why the demand for car camera black box type devices is continuing to grow domestically as well.
Drive Proof front and rear dash cameras stand above products such as the Garmin dash cam 66w and Street Guardian sg9663dc Pro because the rear dash cams offer some of the best GPS tracking data the industry has to offer. The video qualities of the Street Guardian and Vantrue n2 Pro are impressive with their wide angle views and ability to record blind spots, but they do not offer precision GPS tracking, a feature that allows businesses to better manage company drivers.
Car Camera Price
So how much are dual dash cams with a front and rear camera cost for small businesses? Drive Proof camera video solutions cost $299.00 and do not require any monthly service obligations. The dual camera systems store all vehicle tracking and 1080p HD video to the memory card where it can be accessed whenever your company wants to see what a driver has been doing. MicroSD cards come with the purchase of each dash cam mini tracker, but if you want to have a longer record time it might be best to invest in a larger sized memory card for your video recording system.
Front and rear camera systems are rapidly growing in demand among companies wanting to raise fleet tracking and automotive security, making the Drive Proof device even more advantageous. With multiple features designed specifically for vehicle security as well as GPS tracking, it is easy to see why Drive Proof will be the automotive monitoring solution for many businesses in the upcoming years.
Is The Front Rear Dash Cam Easy To Install?
One of the best things about dual lens Drive Proof dashboard camera solutions is that they are very easy to set up! The camera easily connects to the front windshield in your cars’ interior, and the GPS antenna is completely internal! However, if you are worried about setting up your dual lens dash cams you can always contact a local installer for car stereos, as they have the technical knowledge to hard-wire any camera recorders for vehicle management.