Vision Techniques

Reversing sensors will reduce chances of an accident by 75%

Reversing sensors have become much more popular over the past few years. This popularity is a result of their obvious benefits to vehicle safety.

Without reversing sensors, it is much easier to damage your vehicle due to blind spots.

There is a vast array of reversing sensors available.

Consider the versatility of Vision Techniques products when choosing reversing sensors suitable for you.

Revering sensor systems from Vision techniques are essential to prevent potential accidents.

They constantly remind drivers to be aware of hazards at all times.

In 1988, when Vision Techniques was born, the only way to reverse when operating large vehicles was to use mirrors.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s exceptional strides towards reversing safety were made – with the introduction of mobile CCTV systems as the most effective option.

Rear vision cameras have been fitted as a standard feature on many vehicles in both on and off-road applications for many years now.

But recent accidents have proven that drivers can become complacent or be distracted and not use the monitor screen as a fundamental part of a reverse maneuver – as they should.

Vision Techniques’ award-winning range of intelligent reversing radar systems have been developed to provide a reliable, audible and visual reminder to drivers to look at their monitor screens to identify hazards.

On average, reversing sensors will reduce your chances of an incident by 75%.

Many accidents happen while reversing – and that is more than reason enough to consider reversing sensors.

In fact, I would go as far as say, it is necessary for vehicle safety.

For more information on reversing sensors, visit the product pages.