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Vehicle theft is a serious problem that's on the rise across the country. In South Africa, 23,025 vehicles were stolen in 2022, meaning 63 vehicles are stolen daily1.  

To combat and respond to these threats, human surveillance officers stare for hours on end at multiple feeds displayed on a small screen, a process that hasn’t changed in over 80 years.  

The result of this ineffective system?
A vehicle is stolen every
22 minutes2

What is the impact of vehicle theft on public safety? Unfortunately, car theft has been rising yearly in South Africa and worldwide. Mostly, these stolen vehicles are used in violent crimes such as robberies, homicides, and kidnappings3

[Change the game forever]

vehicleDRX’s AI automation enables you to monitor suspicious motorcycle activity automatically, perform forensic vehicle searches, facilitate communication between civilians and law enforcement via dedicated apps, and more.

This is accomplished through a best-fit data science server in your data centre, which connects your video surveillance network to an automated AI software solution on a robust, cloud-based platform.

An automated AI monitors hundreds of video feeds, simultaneously.
It monitors areas to act on suspicious motorcycle behaviour.
It detects target vehicles and follows an unlimited coverage area.
Compatible with any industry-standard VMS and IP camera.
Once detected, it follows the target vehicle across all video feeds.
Plug-and-play seamless integration.

The next generation of video surveillance comes in four versions. All equally revolutionary.


Your AI partner to prevent and respond to crime.
Detects and responds everywhere all the time.

vehicleDRX max

No crime is too complex for our Pro line.

vehicleDRX Pro

Cover a city, province, or region.
Your choice.

vehicleDRX STD

Deceptively small package.
Huge crime-stopping capabilities.

vehicleDRX Mini


Explore our research

1. South African Police Service. (2023). Crime Statistics. 2023.
2. BusinessTech. (2022). Criminals are now targeting these vehicles in South Africa. 2023.  
3. Top Auto. (2023). The alarming increase in hijackings in South Africa – The hotspots. 2023.