Posted on 5th Mar, 2012 by Jonathan Peach
All drivers can benefit from reversing aids, and even everyday cars can have them.
A proximity sensor on a standard car can lower the risk of collision when backing up or parallel parking.
Posted on 23rd Feb, 2012 by Jonathan Peach
Everyday we hear horror stories about serious, perhaps even fatal, accidents involving large vehicles.
As large vehicles become increasingly important to everyday life, there is an added responsibility for both the driver and vehicle owner.
Posted on 20th Jan, 2012 by Jonathan Peach
Audible reversing sensors
Reversing sensors that use audible feedback usually use a beep or tones. The beeps become faster the closer the obstruction is to the vehicle.
Posted on 12th Jan, 2012 by Jonathan Peach
Reversing sensors are proximity sensors used for on vehicles and are designed to warn drivers of obstacles in their way while reverse manoeuvring.
Posted on 21st Nov, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Reversing sensors have become much more popular over the past few years. This popularity is a result of their obvious benefits to vehicle safety.
Posted on 6th Oct, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Designed to help drivers reverse, using ultrasonic technology, reversing sensors are becoming increasingly popular as an accident prevention tool.
Posted on 5th Sep, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
There is a wonderful range of reversing sensors available at Vision Techniques.
Reversing sensors can reduce your percentage of accidents by 75%.
Posted on 17th Aug, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Ultrasonic sensors are extremely useful for vehicle management.
This is because they measure the amount of liquid in a tank, the wind speed and direction (anemometer), fullness of a tank and speed through air or water – leaving nothing to chance.