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DriveCam Location: San Diego Three-Year Growth: 1,105.6% 2004 Revenue: $9.8 million Employees: 39 Founded: 1998 What it does: Makes a digital camera system primarily used to monitor the behavior of commercial drivers. Why it's growing: The technology saves customers between 30% and 90% on loss and casualty costs, says CEO Bruce Moeller. How it works: A camera with a 270-degree view is mounted behind a vehicle's rearview mirror. When there's an irregular motion, like sudden braking, the camera records the incident.