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DriveCam Names Greg Fisch VP Engineering

August 28, 2003

DriveCam Video Systems, a developer of fleet safety technology, has announced the appointment of Greg Fisch as director of engineering. Fisch will be responsible for the company's research and development efforts in fleet safety technology that improves driving behavior and lowers operating costs for commercial fleets. Fisch will oversee both hardware and software development projects, determine the direction of new development efforts, and research new technologies and methodologies to streamline the product development cycle. He comes to DriveCam from Enhanced Simulation Technologies, a provider of flight simulators for pilot training, where he was president and chief technology officer. "DriveCam’s fleet safety technology holds the promise of driving down insurance costs while making the roads safer for everyone," said Fisch. "I am looking forward to working with DriveCam's experienced team and leveraging the company's safety technology to enhance the positive impact for fleets and their insurers." Fisch has more than 20 years of management and development experience at several companies, including JPL, Odetics, Archive, and Disney. Some of his innovative technology development projects incude: the NASA dual coordinated robotic arms; Odetics six legged walking robot; and Epoch 2000, the leading astronomy software program that features image processing and remote control for telescopes and CCD cameras. Mr. Fisch received his degree in Electronic Engineering and Physics from California State Polytechnic, Pomona. "Greg Fisch strengthens DriveCam’s professional management team and allows us to offer enhanced products and services to serve the needs of large fleets,” said Ed Andrew, president of DriveCam. “His knowledge and technical expertise along with his proven track record will help us continue to grow while maintaining our technology leadership position." About DriveCam Video Systems
DriveCam Video Systems develops fleet safety programs that it says improve driving performance and lower operating costs. Based in San Diego, the company’s Driving Feedback System combines video technology and management software to identify high-risk driving habits. Used by thousands of commercial vehicles, the Driving Feedback system has been endorsed by the insurance industry as an effective loss control system. Additional information is available at www.drivecam.com.
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