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The story behind CLOCS – and what it means for you

Posted on 30th Sep, 2014 by Jonathan Peach

The story behind CLOCS – and what it means for you

We’ve been taking a close look at cyclist safety in our recent blogs. That’s because it’s something which influences our product range massively and inspires us to continue making stand out products to ensure vehicle, cyclist and pedestrian safety.

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VT Live helps Bin Lorry safety initiative

Posted on 26th Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

Dangerous driving has been in the spotlight this week thanks to an initiative launched by Island Waste services and Hampshire police using the Vision Techniques ‘VT Live’ recording system.

The campaign was launched by the Isle of Wight waste services and Hampshire Police to try to reduce driving related incidents that pose a danger to their staff whilst collecting recycling and refuse from the Island’s households. Continue reading

OWL Innovation zone turns heads at RWM

Posted on 23rd Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

OWL Zone

This year Vision Techniques joined together with CMS SupaTrak to promote our OWL Innovation zone with our biggest ever stand – covering 105 square meters!

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Take a look at our VT mobile app!

Posted on 23rd Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

VT Mobile app

At this years’ RWM we demonstrated all our latest products on our stand with the help of our newly introduced Vision Techniques VT mobile app.

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This is the new VT TurnSign – our new cyclist safety product.

Posted on 23rd Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

Turnsign reveal

Last week we revealed our latest cyclist safety product in development, VT TurnSign – our new prototype illuminated rear safety sign.

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Download our new product brochure

Posted on 23rd Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

This year at RWM we launched our new VT brochure, which we handed out to all of our guests at the stand. The new glossy brochure includes all of our latest products, and you can now download online.

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Ident launched at RWM 2014

Posted on 23rd Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

VT Ident was officially launched at this years RWM using an innovative video playback system to demonstrate its ability to control any electronic or hydraulic system.

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Come and visit us at RWM 2014!

Posted on 17th Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

Are you at RWM 2014? Join us on our stand – Hall 5, ZZ13 for a free promo pack!

We’re busy speaking to new and existing customers at this year’s RWM show, taking place Wednesday 17th September and Thursday 18th September.

This week we’re officially launching VT Ident, our RFID tag reader that prevents or provides access to any electrical or hydraulic operation on a vehicle.

We’re also demonstrating our latest cyclist safety product, VT TurnSign – a high intensity LED backlit sign that can be installed to flash on indication or constantly, to gain the attention of cyclists in busy city centres.

The show is a fantastic place to meet our customers and demonstrate our new technology, so drop in for more information on Ident today!

 

Become an OWL VIP

Posted on 8th Sep, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

We’re giving away VIP invitations to our RWM stand exclusively for our email subscribers

As a subscriber to OWL, CMS Supatrak or Vision Techniques we’re delighted to offer you exclusive access to our RWM  VIP scheme.

As an OWL VIP you’ll be given a ‘VIP-only’ promotional bag – full of RWM limited merchandise, free use of our wi-fi and tea and coffee, as well as being added into an RWM competiton to win a CrashCAM, free fuel saving fleet audit and fuel saving trial.

Download your OWL VIP Invitation here

 

VT IDENT – How it Works

Posted on 8th Sep, 2014 by Jonathan Peach

The VT Ident® is one of our newest products, designed to control aspects of a vehicle’s operation and prevent unauthorised people from using potentially dangerous systems, reducing the risk of injury. Today we’re taking an in-depth look at exactly how the VT Ident® works to keep your fleet safe.

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