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DriveCam Ranks No. 325 on the 2007 Inc. 500

September 13, 2007 - Press Release

DriveCam Inc., a global Driver Risk Management company, recently announced that it ranked no. 325 on <> magazine’s annual list of the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S., reporting a three-year sales growth of 828 percent. This is the third consecutive year DriveCam has been named to the list. DriveCam offers a behavior-based risk mitigation solution that predicts and prevents actual risky driving behaviors likely to result in collisions, and has deep industry expertise working with many types of fleets in several industries, including waste management and sanitation, concrete and construction, transit, paratransit and motorcoach, utilities, telecom and services, goods distribution and logistics, as well as government and municipalities. DriveCam’s exception-based video event recorder is mounted on the windshield behind the rearview mirror and captures sights and sounds inside and outside the vehicle. Exceptional forces such as hard braking, swerving and collision cause the recorder to save the critical seconds immediately before and after the triggered event. Saved events are analyzed and used in ongoing driver coaching programs to improve behavior and mitigate driver risk.
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