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Driver Monitoring System (DMS)

By scrutinizing critical factors such as eye movements, head position, facial expressions, and fatigue levels, the DMS provides fleet managers with invaluable insights into driver attentiveness and responsiveness on the road.

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Highlights of DMS

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Realtime Driver Monitoring

A crucial feature of a Driver Monitoring System (DMS) that continuously tracks and analyzes driver behavior and attention in real-time during vehicle operation. Through the use of cameras and sensors, the system captures data on parameters such as eye movements, head position, facial expressions, and other indicators of driver alertness, fatigue, distraction, or inattention. It empowers fleet managers with real-time insights to make informed decisions and implement targeted interventions, ultimately promoting responsible driving practices and improving overall fleet safety and efficiency.

Warning Alerts

Alerts provided by video telematics software are designed to notify fleet managers and drivers of potential safety issues or inefficiencies in their operations. These alerts are generated in real-time, allowing for immediate action to be taken to address the issue and prevent further problems.

  • Driver Fatigue and Drowsiness Alert
    Alerts are triggered when signs of driver fatigue or drowsiness are detected, such as frequent blinking, yawning, or erratic steering behavior. The system notifies the driver to take a break or rest.
  • Distraction Alert
    Alerts are generated when the driver exhibits behaviors indicative of distraction, such as using a mobile phone, eating, or engaging in other activities that divert attention from the road. The system prompts the driver to focus on driving.
  • Unsafe Head Position Alert
    Alerts are generated when the DMS detects the driver’s head tilting or turning excessively, potentially indicating distraction or impairment. The system advises the driver to maintain a safe and proper head position for optimal awareness.
  • Driver Identification Alert
    DMS can integrate with driver identification systems to ensure that only authorized drivers are operating the vehicles. If an unauthorized driver is detected, DMS can generate alerts to notify fleet managers or trigger security measures.
Insightful Reports

Insightful Reports

Fleet managers can gain a lot of insight into their fleet’s performance and driver behavior from the reports that are provided.

  • Driver’s DMS report
    Provides a comprehensive analysis of driver behavior, including speed, acceleration, braking, and other critical factors, helping fleet managers assess driver performance and identify areas for improvement.
  • Driver Violation report
    Provides a comprehensive overview of any traffic violations committed by drivers during their trips, helping fleet managers identify potential safety risks and take corrective action.
  • Driver perfection score
    This report presents driver safety scores and rankings based on predefined criteria and metrics. It allows fleet managers to compare driver performance, track progress over time, and identify drivers who may require additional training or intervention.
    And many more

Track fuel level in multiple tanks

Our fuel management software is designed to help businesses monitor and track fuel levels in multiple tanks within a single vehicle. It allows users to easily track the amount of fuel in each tank. Users can also set low fuel alerts, and generate reports on fuel usage and consumption.

Not only that our fuel monitoring system can track fuel levels from multiple fuel sensors in a single vehicle. The software also enables users to view fuel levels remotely, making it easy to monitor fuel levels from anywhere, at any time.

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Eye Tracking
DMS uses cameras and image processing techniques to track the driver’s eye movements and gaze direction. It can detect if the driver is looking away from the road for an extended period or if their eyes are closed, indicating drowsiness or distraction.


Facial Recognition
DMS can identify the driver’s face and monitor facial expressions to detect signs of fatigue, drowsiness, or other emotional states that may affect driving performance. It can also differentiate between different drivers to provide personalized alerts or data analysis.


Gesture Recognition
DMS can recognize driver gestures, allowing for hands-free control of certain vehicle functions or triggering specific actions based on predefined gestures.


Incident Analysis and Reconstruction
In the event of an accident or safety incident, DMS can provide valuable data for incident analysis and reconstruction. It can offer insights into the driver’s behavior leading up to the incident, helping fleet managers understand the root causes and take appropriate action.

See how thousands of fleet managers are using driver monitoring systems to promote safer and more efficient fleet operations.


Questions to ask before you invest

How many ways can you monitor fuel on your platform? (Eg: Manual, sensors, obd/can)

Our platform offers Sensor based monitoring, manual monitoring as well as monitoring through OBD/ CAN. Through each of these methods, you can measure, track, and analyze fuel usage, storage, and measurement.

Which fuel impurities can your system detect?

The fuel management system uses advanced sensors and measurement techniques to detect a variety of fuel impurities. These may include water, dust, debris, and other contaminants that can negatively impact the performance of vehicles and equipment. The software can also monitor for changes in fuel quality, such as changes in viscosity, density, and chemical composition, and alert users to potential problems. Additionally, the software can also detect and alert for any signs of theft and fuel pilferage, which can help to prevent losses and maintain the security of the fuel supply.

What kind of reports do you provide for fuel management?

Our fuel management software provides you with a holistic fuel dashboard, fuel fill-drain report, fuel economy report, fuel consumption report, fuel trip summary, fuel expense summary, fuel abnormal consumption report, and work hour v/s fuel mileage report.

Can the fuel of multiple tanks be monitored for the same vehicle?

Tracking fuel in multiple tanks in a vehicle can be done by installing sensors and monitoring equipment on each individual tank. These sensors can provide real-time data on fuel levels, temperature, and other important metrics. This data is then transmitted to a control unit that can be connected to a GPS or telematics device, which can be used to track the location and fuel usage of the vehicle.

Can fuel tracking be done without Fuel Sensors?

Yes, fuel monitoring can be done without fuel sensors which will provide you with approximate reports. On the other hand, fuel sensors can accurately and immediately measure the amount of fuel in the tank and provide information about fuel consumption and efficiency. Fleet managers looking to closely monitor and optimize fuel consumption should consider these options.

Can the software map multiple sensors added to one fuel tank?

Our system is flexible to mapping multiple sensors in one fuel tank providing you accurate data of fuel consumption. The software can combine data from multiple sensors to provide an accurate, real-time picture of fuel levels and consumption.

Is your fuel management module useful for stationary assets such as generators, etc?

Yes, our fuel management software can be useful for monitoring stationary assets like generators, backup power systems, and other fuel-consuming equipment. The system can keep track of these assets’ fuel consumption, usage patterns, and fuel levels, which is helpful for maintenance and optimization.

What kind of fuel alerts do you offer?

We have alerts for fuel refill, fuel theft, pilferage, and fuel sensor tampering. Besides these, we also have alerts for reckless driving like harsh braking, acceleration, overtaking, and idling which can help you identify poor drivers. (who might be costing you and your business)

Is there a possibility to calculate fuel wastage on the platform?

Yes, our platform provides you with several kinds of reports through which you can easily calculate fuel wastage. We provide features and tools to monitor fuel efficiency and consumption, such as real-time fuel level monitoring, route optimization, and fuel usage reports. These tools can assist in identifying fuel waste and inefficiencies, as well as offer suggestions for lowering fuel consumption and increasing fleet efficiency.

What fuel sensors is your system compatible with?

Our software is compatible with all kinds of fuel sensors of any model and brand. We are successfully supporting 10+ brands, 30+ fuel sensor models and we have currently more than 50,000+ active fuel sensors worldwide.

Can we have custom reports for Fuel?

Yes, you can have customized reports according to your requirements. Reports can be customized to meet a fleet’s specific requirements and offer in-depth data on fuel consumption patterns, trends, and costs.

Do we receive real-time fuel theft or refill alerts?

Yes, you will receive real-time fuel fill drain alert notifications with our fuel management system. These alerts have the potential to improve overall fuel efficiency and cost control while also assisting fleet managers in quickly identifying and dealing with potential fuel theft or waste.