EquipmentShare offers multiple camera solutions to help contractors monitor their projects, protect their machines, keep their teams safe and improve compliance at every jobsite. Our cameras use cloud technology to sync to our fleet management platform, allowing you to watch live and archived footage on your computer or mobile device any time.
Our road- and driver-facing cameras can be installed on almost any vehicle. You can use them to coach your drivers and review incidents that have occurred while they are behind the wheel. If our camera detects erratic driving behavior — such as a sudden stop, sharp turn or collision — it can automatically create a clip of the event and send you a notification via text or email.
We also offer jobsite cameras powered by Forsight’s AI software. These cameras allow you to monitor your projects 24/7. They can track the people and vehicles that enter and exit each day as well as detect abnormal activity such as theft, vandalism or fire. These cameras can also help you promote proper PPE usage, notifying you when workers are not wearing hard hats or safety vests on the jobsite. With Forsight’s AI software, you can use geofencing to draw a boundary around dangerous or restricted areas and receive alerts when the cameras detect people or machines entering the area. Time-lapses can also be easily created, allowing you to rapidly review footage, evaluate progress and create marketing collateral for your company.
Cameras can prevent theft, save lives and keep your company in good standing with the federal government. If you are accused of an OSHA violation, you can review video footage from your vehicles and jobsite to confirm or disprove the claim. You can also use camera footage to quickly identify thieves and remedy dangerous jobsite behavior, helping you protect your assets and maintain a strong CSA score.
When a theft, accident or injury occurs on a job, video footage helps you discern what really happened. You can easily track down relevant clips and event logs in our platform and share them directly with insurance companies, law enforcement, legal professionals and other parties involved in the incident. This video evidence can help you limit the high costs and headaches that often accompany stolen assets and workplace accidents.
Vehicle cameras help you promote safer, smarter operator behavior. They don’t just alert you when people are driving erratically — they show you why your operator swerved or jammed on the brakes. If someone was distracted and looking at their phone, you can coach and discipline them accordingly. But if they were swerving to avoid a pothole or deer, you can disregard the alert and thank the driver for their quick reflexes.