Posted on 15th Jul, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
After the overwhelming success of Safety Days held in West Dumbarton, Sunderland and Skipton, Vision Techniques have announced their next is to be held in Rugby this year.
Posted on 13th Jun, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
Vision Techniques winner of the Innovation Award 2016 after a successful few days at the Tipex show this year.
Posted on 26th May, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
After the success of the Safety Days held in Skipton and Sunderland, Vision Techniques are proud to announce another event as part of the Safety Day Season. This time the event will be coming to Scotland, more specifically West Dumbarton.
Posted on 24th May, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
AEBS is still one of the hot road safety topics of the moment. Having proved its worth, more and more companies are investing in AEBS technology – which begs the question, should it now be fitted as a standard?
Posted on 9th May, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
Vision Techniques are hosting the next VT Safety Day in Sunderland on the 18th May and the event is free for anyone to attend.
Posted on 21st Apr, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
Vision Techniques, vehicle safety experts for over 25 years, are officially launching their failsafe handbraking system at the CV Show this year.
Posted on 20th Apr, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
Vehicle safety experts Vision Techniques held their first ever safety day last week, attracting over eighty people to see live demonstrations of their new safety systems and q&a sessions with the sales and technical team.
Posted on 22nd Feb, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
Accidents, which involve moving vehicles in the agricultural and farming industry, account for almost a quarter of the deaths in the industry – and even more fatalities. The HSE estimates that there could be as many as 10,000 unreported injuries in the industry each year.
Posted on 8th Feb, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
Earlier this week we launched StopSafe, our latest auto breaking technology. After the events of December 2015, among other countless incidents where vehicles have rolled away after a driver has passed out or collapsed, the introduction of AEBS technology into local council and authorities has become key. It’s not just the road safety experts recommending this technology though; police officials and major vehicle manufacturers are touting the benefits too.
Posted on 1st Feb, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
Transporting goods on Britain’s busiest roads is a tiring and stressful job. Not only do drivers have to navigate busy roads during peak time, they’ve also got to work long hours and work with issues such as poor visibility. One of the biggest issues to come to light recently is the benefit that AEBS can bring to Britain’s roads. Autobrake technology has been proven to not only stop accidents and save lives, but to ensure peace of mind for all drivers.