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For Construction companies, FleetMaster provides evidence capture during road events such as roll-overs and accidents and captures important video at the customer site so incidents can be surveilled live or after the fact with SmartMail. Our systems meet the demand of construction companies and vehicles, including bulldozers, cranes, loaders, forklifts, rear discharge vehicles and other heavy equipment. Our construction vehicle safety systems are built to withstand the elements and extreme environments.

Mobile surveillance has become very popular in the transportation and construction sectors. Executives in the construction industry are now looking at in-vehicle surveillance to provide security and safety for their fleets, trucks and heavy equipment.


  • Proven Reduction of Accident Frequency
  • Proven Reduction to Loss Ratios
  • Improved Driving Behavior, Increased Fuel Economy
  • Defend Against Driving Offense Allegations
  • Mitigation of Whiplash/Personal Injury Claims
  • Added Security & Theft Deterrent
  • Increased Speed of Claim Resolution
  • Possible Reduction in Insurance Premiums


  • Monitor activities in the vehicle.
  • Send alerts to the command center when there is an incident.
  • Store and archive all video and audio activities as evidence for future investigation of an incident.
  • Cameras can be set up to record movements outside of the machinery.
  • Allow your command center to monitor the worksite instantaneously and to communicate with the driver or operator in real time.
  • With GPS embedded, the system can locate the vehicle and track and trace the routes from the recorded video. The GPS feature also can display the vehicle’s speed during live feed and playback.

Which System is Right for My Fleet?

Choosing the right system will depend on several factors. While we try to educate our website visitors as much as possible, it is always best to consult with a FleetMaster representative to discuss the perfect systems based on your needs and budget. These are the most common systems installed into on and off site Construction vehicles: