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  1. Prevent Accidents and Damage Using Autonomous Construction Vehicles

    Prevent Accidents and Damage Using Autonomous Construction Vehicles

    Increase efficiency, boost productivity and enhance safety — and all at the lowest possible cost. The construction site of the future is intelligent, automated and autonomous, and the camera is a key part of the picture.   Most accidents at construction sites and mines are caused by not having an adequate view of the surrounding area. Construction machinery can be quite large, so in many cases operators do not have a complete field of vision around the vehicle. Factor in excessive time pressu...

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  2. Rear and sideview for excavators

    Rear and sideview for excavators

    The design of an excavator and the working position of the arm often cause significant limitation of the field of vision to the right and rear of the machine. A reversing camera and a side view camera on your excavator mean that you can be sure you will be able to reverse more safely, and you will have a better view on the right of the machine. In addition to connecting them to a robust Orlaco monitor, it is also possible to connect the cameras to a third-party onboard information display...

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  3. Special reversing camera with guidelines

    Special reversing camera with guidelines

    Sturdy, compact reversing camera that is specially suitable for rear view of, for example trucks. The camera is equipped with integrated guidelines when reversing, fisheye correction and displays a mirror image as standard. In addition to being connected to an Orlaco monitor, this camera is highly suitable for connecting to almost any third-party onboard display/radio/navigation by means of a special adapter cable, provided that these have video input. The camera is shock and vibration-pr...

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  4. Thermal Imaging Camera (TIC)

    Thermal Imaging Camera (TIC)

    The Orlaco TIC Camera is a sturdy night vision camera. This camera can be used in serial vision solutions on vehicles and vessels. The camera is shock and vibration-proof, filled with nitrogen, 100% waterproof, has heated lens glass and provides the best possible image in all weather conditions. The camera has Uncooled LWIR Thermal Imager 324x256 VOx microbolometer technology and a 9Hz frame rate.

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  5. RadarEye for wheel loaders

    RadarEye for wheel loaders

    A reversing camera on your wheel loader allows you to be sure that you can reverse more safely, as this system has reversing sensors, actively warning you of imminent danger by means of audio signals and graphic overlays. The highly robust RadarEye sensors are specially designed for heavy machinery and sit in a special holder that can be adjusted to different positions. The scope of the detection zone can be set through the monitor software, so the operator only receives a signal when a s...

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  6. Orlaco SideView for Railway applications

    Orlaco SideView for Railway applications

    Whether it's a view of the passengers or of what is occuring on the platforms, good visibility is indispensable to a public transportion operator. A clear view of the situation in and around the tram? Transport Organization HTM has opted for a driving convenience of reliable monitor images in combination with a maintenance-friendly camera system. Now, 47 trams in The Hague have replaced their mirrors with Orlaco cameras. As many as 350,000 passengers travel each day with HTM transport. Publ...

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  7. RadarEye for trucks

    RadarEye for trucks

    A reversing camera on your truck allows you to be sure that you can reverse more safely, as this system has reversing sensors, actively warning you of imminent danger by means of audio signals and graphic overlays. The highly robust RadarEye sensors are specially designed for heavy vehicles and sit in a special holder that can be adjusted to different positions. The scope of the detection zone can be set through the monitor software, so the operator only receives a signal when a stationar...

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