Vision Techniques

Perth and Kinross Council Improves Health and Safety With Vision Techniques’ Equipment

Perth and Kinross Council, in Scotland, has opted to install an incredible ‘vehicle management system’ into  its fleet.

Operations Managers at the council saw the benefits of the multi-functional ‘Zone Safe II’ after installing a demo version into one of their vehicles.

Having experienced a number of Vision Techniques’ products in the past – such as reversing cameras – they have opted to install the system for health and safety reasons.

David Goodenough, Assistant Operations manager at Perth an Kinross Council, said: “After trying out the system for four months, we know Zone Safe II offers numerous benefits.

“It completely eradicates the possibility of drive-away incidents, which, although never a problem previously, is a constant worry. Leaving the vehicle temporarily is no longer an issue.”

The system uses cutting edge,’ RFID technology tags’ to help operators manage the vehicles more efficiently – acting as a multi-functional, flexible, vehicle control monitoring and logging tool.

“The initial reason for trying Zone Safe II was, primarily, for health and safety – as well as the fact that Vision Techniques products are noticeably easier to use.

In the past, the council has installed vehicle radar, reversing cameras, and many other Vision Techniques technology into its vehicles.