Flashback: Safety Innovation Award

HVIA’s Safety Innovation Award is a dual stream award that recognises members who have either:

  • implemented a new product or system in their workplace, which has made that site or their business safer or
  • designed or manufactured a piece of equipment, component, technology or another safety solution that makes the heavy vehicle industry safer.

The 2021 HVIA Safety Innovation Awardsponsored by SafeTstop, was presented to Driverisk Australia for the Lytx Drivecam SF300 which combines machine learning and artificial intelligence to monitor risk detection.

Nominations for the 2022 HVIA National Awards close Wednesday 31 August 2022.

Pictured: The Driverisk team celebrate their success as winners of the 2021 HVIA Safety Innovation Award


DriveCam SF300 – MV + AI Risk Detection Innovation

by DriveRisk Australasia

The DriveCam SF300 features machine vision (MV) and artificial intelligence (AI) which uses the internal lens as a sensor to directly detect risky ‘patterns’ of driver behaviour in real time.

Consider Machine Vision as the eyes of the device and Artificial Intelligence as the brains.

The DriveCam SF300 MV+AI technology is trained to recognise high-risk patterns of driving behaviours using over 220 billion kms of human curated, verified, and labelled examples of high-risk driving behaviours resulting in high accuracy detection with a low false positive rate.

DriveRisk uses this technology to uncover, identify, categorise and ultimately change the risk in client fleets.

Once the risks in your on-road operations are uncovered using MV+AI, our solution helps you to manage them effectively in a SMS process aligned to Chain of Responsibility (CoR).

This DriveCam platform helps mitigate incidents, reduce collisions, and motivate your drivers to be safer.

Read about all the 2021 HVIA National Award winners here

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