The role of connected video data in improving transport safety

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10 October 2019

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10 October 2019


Intelligent transportation solutions have become table stakes today for businesses that rely on vehicles to execute mission-critical business processes. However, as the IoT expands, there are emerging innovations that organisations must consider to further differentiate themselves from the competition and generate valuable business intelligence. Some of the most promising of these innovations are in-vehicle video solutions.

There are more than 1,300,000 road deaths each year around the globe, but according to a recent study, installing a video event recorder can cut collision rates by 50%. And improved driver safety is just one of the many benefits connected video solutions can deliver, as fleet and operational managers can also leverage these technologies to deliver driver coaching, monitor real-time driver behaviour, and gain access to real-time visual evidence to support accident investigations.

Rory Maher (Director of IoT Solutions – KORE) and Charles Smith (CEO – CMS) discuss:

  • The intelligent transportation industry landscape
  • Key considerations and steps to take to deploy an in-vehicle video solution
  • Case study: in-vehicle video in action


  • Explore key opportunities for video data in the intelligent transport sector and how it manages risk
  • Learn more about key considerations for deployment of a video solution
  • Gain insights on how to ensure the long-term IoT success of a video solution


Rory Maher, Director of IoT Solutions – KORE Wireless

Rory Maher, an experienced Sales Director embracing end to end sales from suspect generation to closure. Results-focused with a demonstrable track record of delivering profitable growth to maintain and increase revenues. Wide knowledge of Channel, B2B and Enterprise sectors and a deep understanding of Fleet solutions, Telematics, Connected Camera Tech, FNOL & Risk Management software, Commercial Fleet Insurance and Claims Management.

Charles Smith, CEO – Collision Management Systems

Charles Smith is the founder and driving force behind Collision Management Systems (CMS), taking it from concept through to securing of private equity backing and launch in 2012. CMS is now a well-established, award winning business with global brands trusting in its technology to better manage their risk and insurance profile. Before CMS, Charles spent his time as an Engineer at Loughborough University, focusing on a wide range of automotive and technical engineering subjects. Having spent several years immersed in the insurance technology arena, Charles has a deep knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of telematics and vehicle data. This provides him with a unique understanding of how the insurance market interacts with telematics/connected vehicle data and how it will evolve in the future.


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