The digital VisionStat monitor presents a significant upgrade in picture quality found on both wired and wireless color camera systems offered for vehicle blind-spot detection. The digital VisionStat systems are available with either a 5.6-in. or the 7-in. Color LCD Monitor. The digital monitor is configurable with up to four infrared night vision CCD cameras and offers higher resolution, greater image clarity and automatically backlit buttons for improved user visibility.
The new digital monitor is also contained in VisionStat Plus, an advanced safety solution which integrates the SenseStat Obstacle Detection Sensor System connected directly into VisionStat Camera System with no additional wiring. The combined features allow for both an active (audible) warning and a passive (visual) confirmation via a CCD camera. This provides the distinct advantage of viewing a rearview camera image superimposed with the actual distance measurement (accurate to one inch) to the closest object within any of four sensor zones. Whenever the driver is not viewing the monitor, the system provides an audible alert should an unforeseen object appear behind the vehicle.
"Mobile Awareness continues to see an increasing demand among our customers for more flexible, effective and affordable safety systems" says Brandon Stotsenburg, vice president of sales & marketing at Mobile Awareness. "By offering the digital VisionStat improvements, we continue our commitment to provide easy-to-install, cost-effective and technically advanced solutions for increased vehicle safety."
In the past, customers were limited to monochrome or analog color monitors. The new digital VisionStat monitors offer improved image quality over those older technologies while remaining affordable.
To assist its customers in assessing this latest technology, Mobile Awareness offers a reduced cost End-user Evaluation Program. This allows fleets to experience the benefits of enhanced safety on their particular vehicles, in a controlled environment, with minimal investment.
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