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Press Releases from Brigade Electronics PLC (8 total)

With the Deadline Looming for the Mirror retrofit, Dobli is the Solution

The Dobli mirror is an EU approved, low cost solution, for vehicles where it is not possible to replace mirror glass. Dobli is compatible with most major truck makes and easily mounted to provide complete visibility of the blind spot to the nearside. Brigade’s marketing manager, Chris Baker said: “The response from our stockists and customers suggests that there are lots of fleets that have yet to be brought up to

Brigade has launched a unique new range of cameras

Small and compact, the BE-500C range can be fitted discreetly to the vehicle for a reversing view or to the front to meet the class six requirements of the EU directive (2003/97/EC for front mounted cameras or mirrors).They are the ideal solution for truck drivers who experience problems with front mirrors being knocked or broken in the truck wash. The four models in the range provide both mirror image to

Brigade Returns to Automechanika with an Impressive Range of Vehicle Safety Devi …

Brigade has been a pioneer in vehicle safety for over thirty years and will be demonstrating the MDR-304 digital recorder in hall 3.1, stand E44. Designed to protect driver and passenger safety, whilst combating false collision damage insurance claims in an increasingly litigious society, the MDR-304 captures events in ‘real time’ with 25 frames per second. Footage can be used as irrefutable evidence, often leading to claims being settled out

Brigade Electronics Introduces Highly Resilient Waterproof CCTV camera systems

The VBV790C and BE890C cameras have a supreme IP rating of 69K are dust tight and extremely waterproof. The cameras can be immersed in water for long periods of time, are resilient to high pressure from steam and jet cleaners: making vehicles more hygienic and therefore safer. The VBV790C and the BE890C are the ideal solution for industries that require their vehicles to be pressure washed such as; food processing, the

Handistep - Innovating Safety by Integrating Brigade’s Reversing Sensors to Th …

Handistep is a unique rear step system designed for light commercial vehicles which enables the driver to enter and exit the rear of the vehicle safely and aide’s safe access to the roof-rack. Backscan, the reversing sensors designed by Brigade and specifically modified for Handistep, aid the BT (British Telecommunication) driver when he cannot see in the blind spot behind his van. Backscan informs the driver of the distance between the

Benton Brothers Celebrates Centenary Anniversary Fitting Brigade’s Blind Spot …

Brigade Electronics blind spot camera and monitor system was supplied by C.F Parkinson’s of Boston, the largest independent motor factor in Eastern England. The BE-300 series cameras were fitted to Benton’s new XF105 DAF truck for the benefits of safety. Placed neatly in the wind deflector on both the left and right hand side of the cab, the cameras provide a wider angle of view than existing blind spot mirrors.

Beeping don't live here anymore

BAA has increased passenger safety and reduced noise nuisance at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal Four. BAA is currently fitting Terminal Four’s fleet of electric vehicles, such as passenger transport and luggage carriers, with bbs-tek, white sound movement alarms. The technology was initially trialled at Stansted Airport and following its phenomenal success, BAA decided to extend it to Heathrow. The bbs-tek alarms pioneered by and unique to Brigade Electronics, are a safer and more

JAPANESE SAFETY AWARD FOR BBS-TEK

The unique bbs-tek broadband sound reversing alarm from Brigade Electronics has received a further prestigious award, winning the safety category in The Automotive Accessory Grand Prix 2007, sponsored by Nikkan Jidohsha Shinbun – the leading automotive trade journal in Japan. Yamaguchi Electric Industrial, who market the bbs-tek alarms in Japan, is confident that this award will help it expand sales especially into the growing area of environmentally friendly hybrid cars. The