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  1. Turn Assist system SideEye now complies with Direct Vision Standard London

    Turn Assist system SideEye now complies with Direct Vision Standard London

    The active camera and radar detection system "SideEye" of Stoneridge-Orlaco now also meets the requirements of the Direct Vision Standard. Vehicles with this blind spot system can also drive into the world city of London after March 1, 2021. Direct Vision Standard: safety permit for London To further reduce the number of accidents in London, the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) will come into effect on March 1, 2021. To be allowed in the city, all heavy-duty vehicles over 12 tons must have a saf...

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  2. Vision Systems for Fire Department Aerial appliances

    Vision Systems for Fire Department Aerial appliances

    An aerial ladder platform is a complex vehicle that requires good visibility to ensure that firefighting work can be completed safely and flexibly. It is therefore important to visualize blind corners. Working Faster and More Efficiently When using an aerial ladder platform, it is essential to follow the operation closely from the ground. With an Orlaco AF-Zoom camera, firefighters can gain a proper overview of the operation and view individual details, both from the cage and from the ma...

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