Vision Techniques Launches Unique 'Overview' Vehicle Camera System For Trucks And Buses

Blackburn, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 25, 2012 -- Vehicle safety specialist, Vision Techniques has launched a unique 360° vehicle camera safety system, designed specifically for trucks and buses.

The new system, which adds to its existing range of proximity sensors and reversing camera systems, has been hailed by experts as the most comprehensive 'overview' any driver can have for the safe manoeuvring of their vehicle.

By providing both a clear view to drivers and warning them of potential dangers, the vehicle camera system is perfect for vehicles operating in built up areas - including high street delivery, operating in congested traffic or on bus routes when lane changes and turning is necessary.

Four cameras, mounted around the vehicle, give the driver a total overview all around the vehicle.

Overview is designed for slow speed manoeuvring in any direction, employing alarms for each side vehicle camera to warn the driver if a car, cyclist or pedestrian enters the danger blind spot on either side of the vehicle.

Andy Kelly, of Vision Techniques, said: "Like many of our other products, such as reversing camera systems and reversing sensors, Overview is guaranteed to prevent side-on collisions and allows drivers to feel safer and more aware of their surroundings. It is the perfect safety system for truck and bus manoeuvring.

"With Overview, you will have a complete view of the exterior of your vehicle and be warned of any oncoming dangers.

"Overview utilises the very latest technology to maximise safety for vehicle operators, ensuring a clear view and preventing potential accidents and incidents."

What is Overview vehicle camera system?

Have 100% clear vision around your vehicle, a the state-of-art Overview system.Designed for slow speed truck or bus manoeuvring in any direction, the vehicle camera system uses four cameras to give the driver a complete 360º view around the vehicle.

Amazingly, Overview will also pre-warn the driver if a car, cyclist or pedestrian enters a danger blind spot on either side of the vehicle.

An alarm will prompt the driver to check the high definition picture to see the danger.

Ideal for vehicles working in built-up areas, this unique, state-of-the-art vehicle camera safety system is an entirely new concept for all-round 360º vision.

Unlike other systems, such as reversing camera systems and reversing sensors, Overview is an absolute must for vehicles used for high street delivery, operating in congested traffic or on bus routes when lane changes and turning is necessary.

The innovative system is the most comprehensive "overview" any driver can have for the safe manoeuvring of their vehicle.

Using infrared vehicle camera technology, the system can be used both in the day and at night.

How does the vehicle camera system work?

Overview uses four vehicle cameras to give the driver a complete view around a truck or bus, day or night.

The system, designed for slow speed manoeuvring in any direction, also employs alarms for each side camera to warn the driver if a car, cyclist or pedestrian enters the danger blind spot on either side of the vehicle.

Reversing camera systems and sensors

Vision Techniques is constantly working to develop new, innovative vehicle safety products, such as reversing camera systems, reversing sensors and proximity sensors.

As a consequence, millions of lives have been entrusted to the care of Vision Techniques.

From workers in hostile and hazardous environments to small children crossing the road, Vision Techniques has played a vital role in their protection as a prominent distributor of technology-based safety equipment throughout the UK.

About Vision Techniques

For more information on vehicle camera systems reversing camera systems, reversing sensors, visit http://www.vision-techniques.com.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 25, 2012 at 10:19 am
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