Improve driver behavior with use of a live streaming camera system

View daily activity of each of your vehicles to improve routes

Remote playback gives you the ability to review accidents immediately

Record video and tracking data to improve safety and security

A Look at Lume’s Setup

ST-401

A multi-camera system featuring streaming for remote proof of delivery, a clear view of driver, and in-vehicle cameras to deter theft.

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ST-2600

Lume management team uses the 30-second location updates to be notified of important trip milestones using the geofence feature. This also has the ability to send alerts for irregular driver behavior.

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Camera Management Suite (CMS)

Used to verify delivery completion with remote playback, and show how drivers and employees interact with customers. In the event of an accident, footage can be viewed with remote playback.

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"Safety Track is a great way to track a variety of data points for our team but more than anything, it allows for peace of mind knowing drivers are always covered and we’re able to be there with them regardless of the situation at hand."

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Can I export data from your software?

Absolutely, necessary data can be exported in various formats. Including reports, track data and more.

Where is my video data stored?

All your video data is stored locally on your device (SD Card or SSD). We do keep event-based video and image data (1 Minute segments) on our Servers for up to 7 Days.

Do your MDVR’s have AI functionality?

Yes! We have Mobile DVRs with the capability of AI technology. Including lane departure, and distracted driving behavior alerts.

How far back can I go back to see video information?

How far you can go back depends on your local storage capacity. This video can be reviewed by simply pulling the memory device from the unit or using our Remote Playback feature on our Fleet Management Software – CMS Interface.

Medical logistics fleet tracking is an essential aspect of the medical and marijuana distribution industry. Not only does it mitigate risk and production costs, but it is also a requirement in every state where marijuana is legal, either recreationally or medically.

When operating a cannabis transportation fleet, there are several legal requirements that must be followed. In many states where marijuana is legal, marijuana couriers are required to have certain transportation licenses. Every state that has legalized marijuana, whether for recreational or medicinal purposes, has implemented track and trace regulations. As part of these track and trace regulations, marijuana transportation fleets are required to use GPS tracking and fleet cameras. Additionally, your business may need to be equipped to use certain software to track and trace marijuana products.

One of the main benefits of fleet tracking is that it allows for statewide timely deliveries. A fleet tracking system allows dispatchers and logistics professionals to monitor where their drivers are located, how far through their routes they have traveled, if they are abiding by federal logistics regulations, and when a delivery can be expected. Additionally, using a video tracking system for inside your medical and marijuana couriers ensures that your drivers are abiding by company regulations and state laws.

Another benefit of fleet tracking and cameras is that it helps to maintain efficiency and accuracy in the medical and marijuana distribution industry. The marijuana and pharmaceutical industries are currently under nationwide scrutiny for a variety of reasons. GPS tracking and video surveillance ensures that your marijuana and medical transportation fleet maintains overall efficiency and accuracy when moving product between farms, processing facilities, packaging facilities and finally dispensaries.

The distribution of medical devices and supplies and pharmaceuticals are also heavily regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), providing distribution companies with strict guidelines to follow across the United States. However, it is important to note that each state also has their own regulations and guidelines to follow. By using fleet tracking and surveillance, medical and marijuana distribution companies can ensure that they are complying with all legal requirements and providing secure and timely deliveries of medical products.

Can You See the Benefits Adding Up?

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