Brigade is looking to help operators fully understand and check their vehicle Direct Vision Standard (DVS) star rating and advise them on what to do if they fall short of the minimum requirements for entering the capital.
Emily Hardy, marketing manager at Brigade, said: “There is a lot of misinformation in the industry right now. Our expertise lies in offering concise information that our customers can digest, along with providing high-quality solutions with a brand that customers trust.” Click here to register free for Brigade's DVS webinar with Motor Transport.
Brigade has partnered with Vision Systems to offer main mirror replacement systems for class two and four areas. It said the system outperforms conventional mirrors, thanks to its anti-glare glass used on the monitors, low luminosity and improved visibility in wet conditions.
The cost savings are impressive too, added Brigade, as replacing bulky mirrors with cameras can contribute to lower fuel consumption – and the cost of replacing broken mirrors is no longer a problem.
The Vision System is R46, ISO 16505 and ISO 26262 compliant, while Brigade’s wider range of R46-compliant camera monitor systems enable operators to replace mirrors for Class V and Class VI mirrors.
Brigade has also launched a range of new innovations, including the Zonesafe RFID technology to create detection areas around vehicles and mobile plant, its latest HD Backeye 360 system, and three internet protocol cameras, which prevent image quality degradation for applications that use extended cable length.