Driver assistance and safety cameras for LCVs at the CV Show

Published:  04 March, 2019

VisionTrack, a provider of connected vehicle cameras and video telematics, will be showcasing its latest product innovations at the Commercial Vehicle Show 2019 (Stand 4E30).

The display will include enhanced advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) solution and an extended range of forward-and rear-facing cameras for light commercial vehicles (LCVs).

The connected ADAS solution will now combine a forward-facing camera along with an in-vehicle fatigue and distraction monitor, driver feedback device and HD mobile digital video recorder (DVR). The technology has been designed to enable road transport operators to tackle traffic incidents before they arise by detecting and warning of driver risk.

The ADAS forward-facing camera identifies lane departure, forward collisions, tailgating and vulnerable pedestrians or cyclists, while the in-vehicle monitor can recognise if a driver is tired or distracted by actions such as mobile phone use, smoking and eating. As a result, a driver will be immediately be alerted to any potential dangers via visual and/or audible warnings. At the same time, an office-based fleet manager can monitor areas of concern both in real-time and historically, so they can take appropriate actions to improve road safety and driver welfare.

VisionTrack will also be introducing the latest additions to its LCV product range with four new camera options. The company has developed a mini version of its C20 forward-facing vehicle camera, which can be mounted directly on the windscreen to avoid any reflections or light interference. This lightweight and compact device provides full HD 1080p image quality and can be used with VisionTrack’s range of mobile DVRs. In addition, three rear-facing cameras support an effective roof or number plate installation, giving road transport operators added flexibility and choice.

Richard Lane, Commercial Director of VisionTrack commented: ‘We have the most extensive range of connected vehicle camera and mobile DVR technology in the marketplace. These latest innovations will further enhance this product offering and ensure we are best-placed to meet the needs of our transport customers. We look forward to welcoming Commercial Vehicle Show visitors to our stand to discuss their fleet requirements and demonstrate our multi-award winning solutions.’

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