In-Vehicle Driving Camera

Every year, road crashes cost USD 518 billion globally.

94% of all road crashes are caused by human errors.

What can be done?

Road Crash Causes

Source: World Health Organization

Predict and Prevent Road Crashes

Meet our In-Vehicle Driving Camera with embedded Artificial Intelligence that uses Computer Vision to predict and prevent road crashes. When installed in a vehicle, our device automatically detects risky driving in real-time. 

Using it’s built-in forward and backward camera, together with a combination of sensors, in event of an incident, the device will warn the driver, capture the event video and send it to our cloud servers.

Powerful Hardware

Camera Specs

with embedded artificial intelligence (Edge AI)

FSC-200 Smart Camera

Perfect for Trucks, Buses, Vans and Light Commercial Vehicles

Dual camera

Driver and road monitoring
in real-time with built in Forward and
Backward Camera

G force detection

Accelerometer and Gyro
for erratic movement capture

Internet enabled

Internet enabled
for real-time reporting

Real-time voice alerts
warning driver inside cabin

Location tracking

Real-time location tracking
for the whole fleet with history up to a year

Quick installation

Easy installation
up to 40 minutes per vehicle

Cutting-edge AI Software

We can understand driver's behavior and the road ahead in Real-Time

Distracted Driving

Driver Fatigue

Aggressive Driving

Drunk Driving

Failure to Obey Traffic Signals

Unsafe Following

Unsafe Lane Departure


and more

Benefits in Numbers

We Predict and Prevent up to

0 %
of Road Crashes

Help drivers avoid collisions, near-misses and traffic violations. Identify High-Risk drivers. Reduce losses and lower costs.


Save up to

0 %
in Fuel and Maintenance Costs

Precisely capturing vehicle acceleration data, you can now coach the drivers to drive more fuel efficient. 

Our Mission: Zero Road Crashes

Get in touch


Nikolajevska 2
Novi Sad, 21101
Republic of Serbia


Phone : + 381 63 593 274

Central European Time (CET)

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