Vehicle camera systems are a vast improvement on the many mirrors needed to view vehicle blind spots. Mirrors themselves create further blind spots and ‘information overload’ for drivers who don’t know where to look first, with knocked or broken mirrors creating further visibility issues. Backeye® monitors allow multiple camera images to be viewed on a single monitor with dedicated views triggered by, for example, reverse gear. Cameras provide a wider angle of view than mirrors and are less likely to be damaged, whilst built-in LED’s offer superior visibility in low light conditions.
Camera monitor systems are used in a wide range of on- and off-road applications to meet a host of health and safety and legislative requirements, including R46. They can eliminate blind spots to prevent costly vehicle damage and, more importantly, save lives.
Brigade recently won the award for Most Innovative Product of the Year at this year’s Logistics UK Awards for CAREYE® Safety Angle.
Brigade’s Sidescan®Predict has been provided with a DVSA recognised accreditation as an effective road safety product.
Brigade introduces its new mobile digital video recorder, the MDR 644, packed with a range of new additional features and benefits.
Leading supplier of driver assistance technology, Brigade Electronics, discusses the new United Nations Vehicle Regulation R159.
Side cameras, reversing cameras, 360 cameras, internal mini cameras and mini dome cameras… all in High Definition. Safety systems for buses.
Here at Brigade, it’s our mission to save lives by developing and marketing vehicle and mobile machinery safety solutions.
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