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Seats

Knowing how many occupants are in the vehicle is vital for safety. Seat data works out the number of occupants by weight sensors in the seats. Enabling an audible warning if their seatbelt is not engaged - as wearing a seatbelt is mandatory across most countries. 

Full Data Catalog

Our data catalog on Airtable contains technical information specific to each data category, including its properties and their production availability.

What Is Seats Data?

Detecting if a person is sitting in a seat and wearing their seatbelt are the two main data points in seat data. If their seatbelt is not engaged, most modern vehicles flash and sound a warning to the driver.

Use Cases

If anything were to happen during a workday, fleet managers can identify if seatbelts were engaged when driving. This prevents unnecessary accidents in the future. Plus, any additional occupants can be monitored remotely using seat data. With any unauthorised personnel being set up as an alert for fleet managers, where they may need to act promptly.