Lytx has begun offering hardware health monitoring of its devices, including its SF Series in-cab video camera (shown).
 - Photo courtesy of Lytx.

Lytx has begun offering hardware health monitoring of its devices, including its SF Series in-cab video camera (shown).

Photo courtesy of Lytx.

Lytx has begun offering a hardware health monitor that will help fleet managers identify devices that aren't working properly, the video telematics provider announced.

The Device Health Report will monitor the overall health of video cameras and other telematics hardware, and let fleet managers know if the hardware is overdue for a check-in, isn't detecting vehicle ignition, or is experiencing recurring power disconnects, according to the company.

Lytx has rolled out the feature to its current users and can be located in the new account interface.

"We are committed to helping our clients get the most out of their video telematics investment," said Jim Brady, vice president of product management. "Our new Device Health Report provides fleet managers with a straightforward dashboard that captures the device installation issues they experience most, such as wiring errors, tampering, and devices getting disconnected during vehicle service."

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