VisionTrack, the leading global provider of AI video telematics and connected fleet data solutions, has celebrated double awards success, with industry recognition in both the insurance and fleet sectors. The company struck Gold in the Excellence in Technology – Motor Claims category at the Insurance Times Awards, while scooping the Risk Management Award at the WhatVan? Awards. VisionTrack was also highly commended in two further WhatVan? Awards categories, including praise for its innovative partnership with Auto Windscreens.
“We are delighted that we are being recognised for the advances we are making in AI video telematics,” explains Simon Marsh, CEO of VisionTrack. “We are developing sophisticated AI solutions – underpinned by our industry-leading IoT platform – that targets fleet risk, road safety and insurance improvements. This is enabling us to make a real difference within the insurance and fleet sectors.
The Insurance Times Awards recognise excellence and innovation across the breadth of UK general insurance. The event, hosted by actor and comedian Romesh Ranganathan, took place at Grosvenor House London to celebrate outstanding achievement and honour the year’s best and brightest. Meanwhile, the WhatVan? Awards, recognised as the most prestigious independent accolades in the UK’s light commercial vehicle industry, announced the winners at a ceremony at the InterContinental Park Lane.
“We have now won 39 industry awards in the past six years, underlining the success we are achieving both in the UK and internationally. Huge congratulations must go to our team, who are pushing the boundaries of what is possible, so we can continue to meet the precise needs of our customers and help make the road network a better and safer place,” adds Marsh.
VisionTrack’s unique approach is helping tackle some of the most complex challenges faced by the fleet, road transport and insurance sectors, providing the operational insight, business intelligence and enriched vehicle data needed to make strategic mobility decisions. The company’s AI video telematics, underpinned by its multi-award-winning IoT platform, Autonomise.ai, is transforming how vehicle operations approach road safety, claims management, duty of care, fleet compliance and operational risk.