Roles: Client Administrator; Dashcam User
The Replay event view interface allows the playback of a selected video clip, view common vehicle/ driver/ event data, and contains a first-pass incident management toolset.
If the video area displays a "Video not available" message, the likely causes are:
- The event is recent. The event has been logged, but the Dashcam hasn't finished the upload.
- The event is stalled. The event has been logged, but the vehicle has been turned off or is out of cellular coverage. Once the vehicle is on and within coverage, the upload will continue.
Main view: Video
The left of the screen shows video selection and playback options, as well as the Speed graph.
Depending on company-level options, you may view Front, Driver or both (Dual) video captures.
The (...) menu collates quick actions for incident processing and filtering, and clip management.
- Incident: This status is persistent with a toggle switch, and may be added in addition to the Restricted status and one of the Action statuses:
- Reviewed / To be coached / Coached
Download: This shows a pop-up menu allowing you to select which video streams you may download to an MP4 file: Dual, Front and/or Driver.
The "Dual" option combines both the Front and Driver views into a single 1280 x 360 pixel, side-by-side MP4 video file. It does NOT download both Front and Driver camera files as independent MP4 video files (if that's what's desired, please select each camera type). The Dual option is best used for archiving purposes.
- Delete: Removes the clip permanently from your account.
- Restrict content: This status is persistent with a toggle switch, and may be added in addition to the Incident status and one of the Action statuses. In addition, this clip may only be viewed and/or unrestricted for view by a Client Administrator.
The Speed graph area assists in determining situation, speed, location, time and acceleration of the vehicle during the event.
To see the vehicle's speed at any moment, move the video playback scrubber left or right.
The right side of the Event view displays basic reference data for first-pass incident management. You may also view these links:
- View events log: This takes you to the Event Viewer for vehicle tracking.
- View service: This takes you to the vehicle's service schedule.
- View Logbook: If subscribed, this takes you to EROAD's fatigue management toolset.
- Driver: By default, the driver information is system-assigned. But this pre-populated entry might not be correct. Users are able to correct the driver entry to accurately reflect the event.
- Click the driver's name. A drop-down menu appears, as well as two tick/cross entry acknowledgement buttons.
- Select/Enter the name of the correct driver.
- Click the tick icon to confirm the change.
The change will be reflected in the View driver history log.
- View Logbook (NZL): You will be re-directed to the Driver's Logbook entries.
- View driver history: This changelog displays any changes made to the Driver for this event, who edited the change, and a date/time stamp.
This panel echoes the featureset contained within the Main view: Video section.
In addition, you may add ad hoc Notes to this Event, or supplement the Event with Documents, in the form of PDFs, images or common MS Office-format documents.