PORTLAND, Ind., Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Vehicle CCTV has grown in popularity over the last few years with many fleet operators choosing to equip their vehicles with the technology to improve safety, support driver training, and prevent fraudulent claims. Vehicle CCTV has even helped to reduce insurance premiums for companies, with the recorded footage proving invaluable when it comes to settling conflicting reports, providing invaluable evidence, and deterring perpetrators from targeting vehicles.
For fleet operators considering investing in commercial vehicle CCTV, understanding the benefits of each system and what is most appropriate could save money in the long term. Here, Corey Heniser, from Brigade Electronics INC, explains the differences between high definition and standard cameras.
High Definition v Standard Definition Vehicle CCTV
The main difference between high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD) is the number of pixels contained in the displayed image. HD images have more