LEVL Telematics to distribute Lytx's AI-powered Surfsight dashcams in UK

Hayley Tayler
November 18, 2020

LEVL Telematics has signed an agreement to be a UK supplier of Lytx’s machine-vision, artificial intelligence-powered in-cab analytics: Surfsight AI-12.

The dashcam provides an intuitive video telematics system to help fleet managers get the context, detail and evidence they need to improve safety and reduce collisions.

Drivers receive expanded in-cab alerts that enable in-the-moment action and greater accountability over their safety and improvement. 

Surfsight’s smart, cloud-connected devices and software automatically flag risky driving behaviours and integrate with existing fleet technologies due to an open API structure. 

LEVL Telematics aims to help fleets of all sizes and across all industry segments manage employee productivity, reduce accidents and increase operational efficiency. 

In addition to providing an end-to-end electrical vehicle transition programme, LEVL provides scalable hardware and software solutions including fleet tracking, fuel management, productivity analytics (drive time vs customer time) and engine diagnostics.

"We are thrilled to offer our clients a robust and reliable video solution that can be paired with our market-leading telematics solution for an optimal fleet management suite of tools,” said Andrew Pearce, sales and marketing director and co-founder of LEVL Telematics. 

“This seamless approach offers fleet managers access to a one-stop-shop for a customisable safety and efficiency solution without needing to go through multiple vendors.” 

“Surfsight users around the world are seeing the results of MV+AI-powered video to improve fleet safety and reduce costs,” said Tony Papas, international channel manager for Lytx. “We're thrilled to work with LEVL Telematics and help our mutual customers improve their driving safety across the U.K.” 


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Hayley Tayler

Hayley Tayler has worked across Road Transport Media’s portfolio of publications, including Commercial Motor and Motor Transport, since 2008 in a number of editorial roles from news reporter to urban editor. She now specialises in events and projects content for the business, including the Road Transport Expo and a series of industry research reports.

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