Why Choose a Camera Monitor System or Backup Camera?
The size of commercial vehicles and machines mean vehicle blind spots are a major factor in collisions across all industries. Operator positions, bodywork, absent rear windows, and bulkheads can greatly limit driver visibility, making collisions even more likely. The significant financial cost of vehicle and property damage is magnified by associated costs such as downtime, but even greater are the corporate and emotional costs when there is personal injury. Installing a backup camera can have a positive impact on a company’s safety record and insurance claims.
Brigade’s camera monitor systems enable drivers and operators to maneuver and drive safely. Vehicle-mounted CCTV backup cameras for trucks, commercial vehicles, and mobile machines help drivers see blind spots by delivering a live feed on the camera monitor of everything in view, including people or obstacles.
Camera Monitor System Benefits
Vehicle rear view cameras 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. Brigade’s Backeye® monitors allow multiple surround view camera images to be viewed on a single monitor with dedicated views triggered by, for example, reverse gear. Cameras provide a wider view than mirrors and are less likely to be damaged, while 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. They can eliminate blind spots to prevent costly vehicle damage and, more importantly, save lives.
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