Zubie has launched a new dashcham that is designed to add a new data delivery source for fleet managers looking for a consolidated, streamlined software approach to keeping track of their assets.
The new Zubie Dashcam combines in-cabin and forward-facing video recording capability with GPS driver monitoring technology, delivering consolidation, the company said. The new product sits alongside Zubie’s established Fleet Connect solution and its recently launched Asset Trak equipment tracking product.
“Our dedication to ‘simple’ meant that we needed a consolidated delivery solution for software AND hardware,” said Zubie CEO Gary Tucker. “The ability to view video data through the same software as your GPS tracking data increases a fleet manager’s ability to run their business without adding additional complexity, and our all-in-one hardware takes the pain out of installation. Zubie Dashcam is a powerful tool in the Zubie tool kit to coach drivers, improve safety, reduce insurance costs, and increase profitability.”
Video content delivery is integrated into Zubie’s software platform, and provides customers access to the full complement of Zubie features, including custom geofencing, theft recovery capabilities like Zubie Location Link, and maintenance tracking and payment features like Zubie Smart Maintenance, according to the company.
Zubie Dashcam adds another solution to Zubie’s suite of solutions, which includes a 4G OBD II device, a J1939 device, and Zubie Asset Trak for non-OBD II equipment tracking.