PLJD is headquartered in Warsaw, a city known for cycling activities, and it takes a proactive approach to ensure the safety of vulnerable road users. Concerned about driver information overload, and through the introduction and industry acceptance specifications, such as CLOCS and FORS, Joanna Waszkiewicz encouraged the Brvision camera monitoring system obstacle radar detection system and mobile digital recording equipment of the designated brigade to advance the entire fleet of dump trucks.
Brvision’s camera monitoring system is a smart camera monitoring system that assists low-speed maneuverability, providing the driver with a full view of the vehicle in a single image on the monitor in the cab. The system merges and stitches together real-time images from four ultra-wide-angle cameras at the same time to generate a single bird’s-eye view, effectively eliminating blind spots. These images are then recorded on Brvision’s MDVR 4-channel mobile digital recording device. Equipped with a 1T hard drive and built-in GPS, the device can record up to 1600 hours of footage from the Brvision camera system.
In addition, PLJD has installed Brvision’s radar obstacle detection kit for the entire fleet. In order to meet regulatory standards including FORS, CLOCS and Crossrail, a 4-sensor system is installed near the bottom of the cab. The system is used in conjunction with the Br voice alarm to provide an audible warning when the vehicle is turning or maneuvering at low speeds, reminding drivers and vulnerable road users to be aware of potential hazards.
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