Dangerous goods refer to solids, liquids, or gases that include materials that are radioactive, flammable, explosive, corrosive, oxidizing, asphyxiating, biohazardous, toxic, pathogenic, or allergenic. If not properly controlled, those materials with hazardous properties may present a potential hazard to human health and safety, infrastructure and/ or their means of transport. Mitigating the risks associated with hazardous materials requires the application of safety precautions during their transport.
Based on telematics such as radio frequency identification (RFID) and global positioning system (GPS), Chainway designed the latest V600 vehicle-mounted computer. It provides strong technical support to dangerous goods transport. Integrated with camera, sensor, OBD, and GPS, V600 tracks vehicle movement, monitors goods condition, and supervises driver’s behavior. With better resource utilization and visibility, you will get safer and more efficient transports.
V600 vehicle-mounted computer verifies driver/passenger identity by scanning their fingerprints or IC cards, or recognize their faces with the front camera and a facial recognition app. During transport, V600 records in real time driver behavior and transmits it to the backend server for managers to inquiry each truck/driver’s availability. It provides a direct indicator of each employee’s performance.
Cargo Condition Monitoring
V600 vehicle-mounted computer can connect to multiple monitoring sensors to detect cargo leak, theft, or changes in temperature and pressure. It keeps the transport transparent. Any risks will be strictly monitored.
OBD Data Transmitting
V600 can be attached to a vehicle’s OBD port to transmit wirelessly the vehicle’s ECU, TCU or any other digital interfaces which exist in the car to cloud-based server. Dangerous driver behavior (speeding, fatigue driving) will be closed monitored and warned. Vehicle condition is also under real-time supervision. V600 brings more intelligence into fleet maintenance and driver management.
Based on accurate Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), V600 transmits the truck’s real-time location to the backend system. The latest transport task (on the fastest route) will be assigned to the to the most appropriate driver and truck. Geo-fences ensure that drivers always follow the planned route. If a vehicle deviates from the route, V600 will send an alert to the backend server.
V600 has a front camera and can connect to multiple-channel external cameras to collect video data. The front camera records driver behavior, and users can use these external cameras to collect the viewing (in-car/on-road) according to the actual needs. It spots potential risks related to the transport and safeguards the dangerous goods. If accidents occur, those video feeds can be replayed as evidence.
When emergency, drivers or passengers can press the emergency button to send SOS message to the backend server. The backend server indicates the vehicle’s license plate, route, real-time location, and time. Instant rescue procedure can be given to the right vehicle to minimize losses caused by delayed response.