By adding Lytx ActiveVision® service to the DriveCam safety program, you can actively help keep your drivers safer by combating two of the most significant contributors to collisions on the roadways – distracted and drowsy driving. With lane detection and vehicle tracking, our cameras are able to sense lane width and vehicle size to detect risky behaviors. Lytx focuses on the driver, the human, in the equation of the machine and the environment to make fleets, roads, communities and ultimately their driving better and safer. Discover how the ActiveVision service and fleet safety analytics can help transform fleets and roads into safer places in our communities.
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