The Safety Shield 360º surround view system with radar combines our latest 360° bird view camera with object detection radar sensors. The system uses strategically placed radar sensors which will detect an object that encroaches the pre set danger zone.

The system fully records (when the vehicle ignition is on) from all 4 cameras. The system does not record constantly when the ignition is turned off, however it recognises when the vehicle has been hit by another plant vehicle, object or someone attempting to break in. This is achieved through the use of vibration sensors and therefore records the impact despite the ignition being turned off.

The cameras provided with the Safety Shield 360° Surround View system are ultra 190° fish eye WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) cameras.  WDR cameras help give a clearer view at night time when the surrounding light intensity is much lower than daylight intensity which enhances the recordings of the in-cab display in both scenarios.

Combined with the 360° view are 12 radar sensors which are strategically placed around the plant to give full blind spot area object detection.

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When an object is detected in the danger zone the visual and audio alarms warn the operator and the monitor will display the correct image. Each camera fully records onto SD card or 1TB hard drive and can also be integrated with existing telematics and plant management systems for full data and video capture.

 

 

features

  • Four 190° ultra-wide fish eye cameras

  • Seamless video merging

  • Dynamic mode view angle for better surrounding observation

  • Independent fish eye calibration parameter and algorithm for each camera

  • Auto brightness balance from all 4 cameras

  • High video recording resolution (1080p)

  • Optional recording to SD card 128GB or MDVR up to 1TB

  • 6 to 12 radar sensors

  • Detection of all objects within a specified distance

  • Alarm and or beacon warning

  • Waterproof & shock resistant 

installation

No specialist installer is required to install the system to the vehicle. The manual and in cab display both clearly explain how to calibrate the system using the simple calibration instructions and what is required throughout the calibration process. The image is then enhanced with a high definition signal output helping to deliver a crystal-clear display of the bird’s eye view.

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Above; Radar sensors    To the left; 360° cameras and DVR

Above; Radar sensors

To the left; 360° cameras and DVR