BELLEVILLE (WWJ) — Safety Track, developer of a live streaming in-vehicle camera system called UCIT, says it has opened a new office in the West African country of Benin to serve customers in the region.
“The UCIT camera has been received very well in the country of Benin,” Safety Track operations vice president Jeff Stoker said. “We feel very fortunate to be able to provide a solution to the businesses of West Africa. Our representative in Benin has opened up multiple businesses within the country and other areas outside of Benin.”
Safety Track has been a nation-wide GPS fleet provider for more than a decade, serving both fleet tracking and in-vehicle video tracking needs.
The UCIT camera not only can let a fleet owner know where his vehicles are with 30 second updates, but also let him physically see, in near real time, what the driver is doing, as well as a 360-degree view of what’s happening around that vehicle. All reports and alerts can then be stored and collected for future reference, such as improving driver behavior or even preventing potential lawsuits.
“The main reason we developed UCIT is to empower business owners to promote safe driving within their fleet,” Stoker said. “The best way to
correct a problem is to see it as it is happening.”
More at http://www.safetytrack.net/.