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Camera solutions for safety

Cirencester-based Sentinel Systems showed its range of advanced safety products for municipal and waste management vehicles.

It demonstrated systems including the Bike Hotspot cyclist protection system, reversing safety products, and cameras and recorders.

Sentinel has several camera solutions, including rear, side and forward facing to provide vehicle drivers with 360° visibility of a vehicle’s surroundings, as well as reversing and side-scanning detection systems to identify obstructions which could be missed within the vehicle’s blind spots.

It can offer packages tailored to the needs and specific safety requirements of each customer.

Sentinel has secured two orders for its camera and auto-braking radar systems from Simply Waste Solutions and Yorwaste.

Allan Robertson, Sentinel director, has been working with Simply Waste to provide bespoke six-camera systems for the company’s ever-changing fleet of vehicles, with plans to install further systems over the coming months.

Sentinel has also supplied its auto-braking radar systems to Yorwaste which operates across more than 10 facilities in Yorkshire and has specified Sentinel’s reversing systems for the majority of its vehicles.

David Paulson, managing director of Sentinel Systems said: “It is great to see that Simply Waste Solutions and Yorwaste have adopted safer solutions for their drivers when faced with challenging road conditions.”  

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