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Press Releases from Vision Techniques (18 total)

Vision Techniques commits to driving up standards of van and lorry companies in …

Reversing aids company, Vision Techniques, has become an associate member of FORS, demonstrating its commitment to vehicle safety and high standards. Reversing aids specialist, Vision Techniques, is helping London to become safer, greener and more efficient by joining a government initiative designed to improve standards of van and lorry companies. Members of Transport for London’s new scheme are helping to encourage further improvements in the freight industry. The initiative, the ‘Fleet Operator Recognition

GE Capital capitalises on Vision Techniques' top-of-the-range reversing aids

Vision Techniques reversing aids have been used in GE Capital’s first fully electric transit van. The world's largest supplier of vehicle leasing and fleet management has fitted its first fully electric Transit Connect van with cutting-edge Vision Techniques safety technology reversing aids. With a view to give fleet operators real-world experience of operating electric vans, GE Capital recently showcased the vehicle at The CV Show at the NEC in Birmingham. GE Capital came

Waste industry set for technological revolution with new vehicle CCTV, mobile DV …

A revolutionary new vehicle efficiency system, incorporating vehicle CCTV, mobile DVR and vehicle weighing, will change the face of the waste industry, claims vehicle safety company Vision Techniques. The waste industry is set for a technology revolution, following the creation of a radical new system designed to eliminate hundreds of headaches facing councils and waste management companies today. Designers claim it is ‘the ultimate waste collection solution’, incorporating vehicle CCTV, mobile DVR

Vision Techniques launches Pointer Recording System for Quarrying and Mining veh …

To save Quarrying and Mining companies money, the new ‘Pointer System’ monitors a driver’s performance, guaranteeing an increase in safety and efficiency. The system assesses if the driver is performing economically and driving safely. It ‘scores’ the acceleration and braking of a quarry or mining vehicle in order to rate driving performance – saving fuel and reducing potential accidents. The innovative system also saves money by providing a video record of any accidents

Vision Techniques wins prestigious Health and Safety Innovation Award at PAWRS 2 …

Vision Techniques has received a prestigious award for having the most innovative health and safety products in the field of security, safety, transport and personnel management. The award was presented at this year's PAWRS Awards, which was part of the PAWRS Show in Devon. It saw organisations join together to create a networking area for visitors that also provided a great way to demonstrate their innovative waste management solutions. The event attracted some

Vision Techniques is showcasing its innovative vehicle safety products at an exc …

Vision Techniques, is exhibiting its cutting-edge range of vehicle safety and security products at the Plant and Waste Recycling Show in Torbay. From June 7 until June 10 Vehicle safety and security specialists at Vision Techniques will be on hand at the exhibition to offer their expert advice about how to reduce the risk of collisions and maximise efficiency. At the exhibition, Vision Techniques will showcase its crew safe range, which brings

Don’t let budget cuts discourage the use of reversing cameras and other vehicl …

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) last month advised businesses to improve their vehicle security strategy - even in the face of budget cuts. The advice was given at a Manchester security business and seminar, which Vision Techniques attended, entitled Security – Whatever the Cuts. The organisation focused on keeping attendees up-to-date on the latest security developments and provided advice on how to protect businesses and staff against crime in times of

Waste management company benefits from Vision Techniques reversing camera and ve …

For one of the UK’s leading waste management firms, health and safety is its main priority. With a well-established safety-conscious culture the company believes that all injuries and occupational illnesses are preventable and in robust, non-negotiable standards being rigorously applied across the business. This focus is seeing continual improvements in safety performance across the business: one area being vehicle safety. As part of its focus on safety in and around vehicles, the company

Ground breaking vehicle safety products now available on lease

Vehicle safety specialist, Vision Techniques, is making superior technology easier to access by leasing out its products. The company’s entire range of innovative vehicle safety and security equipment can now be acquired through a Specialist Lease Finance provider, a company which leases assets out to businesses and organisations. Market leading Blue Chip companies and local authorities use Vision Techniques’ vehicle safety and security products. Its vast range includes reversing cameras, digital video

Vehicle safety specialist, Vision Techniques, releases online 'VMS' video

Blackburn-based Vision Techniques has released a video which promotes the effectively of one of its most innovative vehicle safety products. Large heavy vehicles, and equipment on-site, can be extremely hazardous. Vision Techniques’ VMS reversing radar has a variety of functions that work to prevent vehicle reversing accidents in various situations. The reversing radar system monitors the speed of an approaching object. It will not alarm if the closing speed is insufficient in the outer detection

Vision Techniques spearheads innovative reversing radar system which prevents co …

Vision Techniques spearheads innovative reversing radar system - guaranteed to prevent reversing collisions. Blackburn–based vehicle safety specialist, Vision Techniques, is pioneering an incredible reversing radar system designed to prevent all types of reversing collisions. A quarter of all deaths involving vehicles at work occur during reversing - and many other reversing accidents cause costly damage to vehicles and equipment. Vision Techniques works to reduce these accidents through vehicle safety equipment such as reversing

Vision Techniques launches complete vehicle safety package – the new crew safe …

Lancashire vehicle safety specialist, Vision Techniques, has launched a full vehicle safety and security package designed to eliminate accidents and increase security. The crew safe range incorporates a variety of Vision Techniques’ innovative safety equipment including reversing cameras, video recorders, vehicle management, radars and auto braking. The crew safe range includes Banksman Radar and Auto Braking, VT-Live, Zone Safe II, Forward and Rear Light Boards and Traffic Alert. These products, which are already

VMS reversing radar prevents hundreds of reversing accidents at leading UK compa …

Three years after blue-chip company Tarmac launched its ‘zero tolerance’ policy on quarry site accidents, the business is seeing a dramatic improvement in vehicle safety. Tarmac says a factor in the policy’s success is an innovative reversing radar system from vehicle specialist Vision Techniques. Designed for vehicles in any industry, the revolutionary ‘VMS Reversing Radar’ warns drivers about reversing dangers - and actually applies the brakes itself if the warning signals are

Flexible Vehicle Security System Helps Perth and Kinross Council Improve Health …

Scotland-based Perth and Kinross Council has dramatically improved its vehicle security and safety by opting to install an incredible ‘vehicle management system’ into some of 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, they have opted to install the system for health and

Vision Techniques Becomes A Finalist for Prestigious Vehicle Safety Award

Blackburn-based Vision Techniques was this month a finalist for one of the most prestigious awards in Britain for vehicle safety. The company, which supplies and installs reversing cameras and other vehicle safety equipment throughout the UK, was nominated for Health and Safety Award at the Chartered Institution of Waste Management (CIWM) Awards. Products for which Vision Techniques was nominated includes Banksman Radar, Banksman Auto Braking, Zonesafe and Traffic Alerts. Along with a local

Rotherham Council solves its vehicle security problems with VT ‘Live’

For Rotherham Council, installing the innovative mobile recording camera system, VT ‘Live’, into its waste disposal vehicles was a huge success. The council, which had a number of unfounded claims made against it, needed a vehicle recording camera system for security and safety. After using the system for three months Rotherham Council intends to install VT ‘Live’ in more of its waste disposal and kerb vehicles. Craig Simpson, Transport Manager at Rotherham Council,

Vehicle safety experts at Vision Techniques warn cash-in-transit operators to be …

A violent cash-in-transit van robbery in Lancashire has led to the imprisonment of five criminals. In December 2008, a cash-in-transit driver was shot when making a delivery in Blackburn. At gunpoint, he gave the two robbers his cash box. But, when unable to give them access to the van, he was shot. The driver was rushed to hospital and recovered some months later. This shocking ordeal illustrates the importance of security and safety. It’s

Revolutionary anti-theft device, Vision Techniques' Mirror Monitor, is welcomed …

Vehicle Safety specialist, Vision Techniques, is pioneering an exciting new mobile CCTV product, the Rear View Mirror Monitor, which acts as a deterrent to opportunist thieves and reverse camera safety device. This clever device means vehicles can be left unattended without the worry of the reversing camera monitor being stolen by opportunist thieves. The ultra-compact reverse camera system, which thieves may think is a GPS system, is transformed so it looks like