Killing Blind Spots. Saving Lives
Every year, about 400 people in the EU lose their lives in incidents involving HGVs because the driver was unable to see them in blind spots.
Brigade’s range of safety systems meet a host of health and safety and legislative requirements. Designed to assist both driver and vulnerable road users, they can eliminate blind spots, to prevent costly vehicle damage and, more importantly, save lives.
Brigade understands the many and complex safety issues of mobile applications, resulting in a flexible product range offering safety solutions for vehicles and plant. Whether you are operating on- or off-road, vehicle or machine, large or small, we can help.
We strongly believe in a complementary range of passive and active systems to warn and assist the driver whilst protecting workers, pedestrians and cyclists. Not only this, our systems help increase efficiency and decrease vehicle downtime, saving operators thousands of pounds.
Brigade has solved the problem the blind spots with Backeye®360, a camera monitor system that provides the driver with a real-time, 360° ‘birds-eye-view’ of the vehicle within a single image.
The intelligent camera monitor system includes 4 camera images that are processed into a single, real-time picture on the drivers monitor.
|Camera Monitor Systems|
A side view camera added to a camera monitor system will allow the driver to see the nearside blind spot in the monitor. A dedicated side view can be triggered by the indicator, giving the driver a clear view of cyclists or other vulnerable road users.
Camera Monitor Systems meet a host of on and off road health and safety and legislative requirements.
|Ultrasonic Obstacle Detection|
Four-sensor Sidescan® system informs driver of distance between vehicle and obstacles, whether moving or stationary.
Triggered by the indicator and enabled below a set speed to avoid unnecessary activation.
|Reversing and Warning Alarms|
Vital real-speech safety device to warn cyclists and pedestrians that vehicle is turning left.
Used in conjunction with side sensors, it is triggered by the indicator and enabled below a set speed to avoid unnecessary activation.