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Recording on refuse trucks

Biffa Municipal has installed the RX3 CCTV hard disk recording technology and remote WiFi coverage download system from Innovative Safety Systems to more than 50 refuse collection vehicles operating in Crawley, South Bucks and Epping Forest.

David Maidman, operations director, said: “We use the information to monitor and supervise best practice, as well as for staff training and monitoring trends. The footage can also be used to help investigate complaints or insurance claims.”

The RX3 can record footage from up to 16 cameras, and also captures speed, acceleration and GPS data. The LANlink facility enables footage to be transmitted via the vehicle’s router to the WiFi network when vehicles are in range.

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