How to avoid a pedestrian accident
1) THE OPERATOR must fail to look in the direction of and keep a clear view of the path of travel.
2) THE PEDESTRIAN must be located within an area in which mobile equipment operates and fail to keep a proper lookout.
3) THE EMPLOYER must fail to either establish equipment and pedestrian travel lanes, OR to enforce these travel restrictions.
When these three events come into play simultaneously, there is only one system that can be the difference that prevents a tragedy.
The Next Generation in Pedestrian Detection
Vision Plus™ – Powered by Mobileye
This is the next generation in pedestrian detection aids for operators of powered and mobile industrial vehicles.
Vision Plus™ uses industrial grade cameras and operator displays to provide the driver with real-time information concerning location and tracking of pedestrians around the vehicle.
- NO PEDESTRIAN WORN DEVICES REQUIRED!
- Track multiple pedestrians at same time
Patented technology enables Vision Plus™ to ignore non-pedestrian obstacles, significantly reducing the number of alarms to the operator and pedestrians.
This functionality – unique to Vision Plus™ – ensures that only the most important information is provided to the operator.
Rugged components and state-of-the-art technology combine to provide a pedestrian detection aid that will add to the operator’s practice of clearing the area with direct vision.
There’s simply nothing else like it!
Vision Plus™ is NOT equipment specific. Upgrade ALL your equipment to a higher level of safety!
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