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Velvac combines mirror and camera

January 31, 2019 by John Smith

Velvac’s LaneOptics Mirror Cam integrates a color camera to help enhance visibility in traditional blind spots. The 50-square-inch mirror incorporates the camera in the upper corner, delivering a 73.7-degree field of view. The lens is also pre-positioned. Once the mirror […]

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FleetCam update offers easy video access

August 7, 2018 by John Smith

Forward Thinking Systems’ FleetCam 2.0 supports up to four camera angles per vehicle, with recent updates including improved livestreaming and historical video downloads so users don’t need to pull vehicles off the road to access footage. Video is streamed and […]

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Portable trailer cam for backing

April 7, 2017 by John Smith

Backing into a dock or narrow street can be a challenge, but FLO Components is offering support with a new portable TrailerCam.

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Guardian has eyes on driver fatigue

October 2, 2016 by John Smith

The rule is to keep your eyes on the road, and the new Guardian system from Seeing Machines will ensure drivers are doing just that.

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Trust Your Co-pilot: Bendix Wingman Fusion keeps virtual eyes on the road, foot upon the brakes

August 16, 2016 by John Smith

First, a confession. I am a terrible passenger. My right foot is always pumping against the floor mat whenever I find myself riding shotgun. A knot forms in my stomach when someone takes anything other than my favorite route. When the Today’s Trucking team carpooled to a trade show earlier this year, I was quick to reach for the keys before anyone else had the chance.

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Trust Your Co-pilot: Bendix Wingman Fusion keeps virtual eyes on the road, foot upon the brakes

August 16, 2016 by John Smith

First, a confession. I am a terrible passenger. My right foot is always pumping against the floor mat whenever I find myself riding shotgun. A knot forms in my stomach when someone takes anything other than my favorite route. When the Today’s Trucking team carpooled to a trade show earlier this year, I was quick to reach for the keys before anyone else had the chance.

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BC makes traffic cam data public to inspire congestion fix

March 10, 2016 by Dave Nesseth

VICTORIA, BC – British Columbia is opening up its traffic webcam data to the public in the hope that it could be used by software developers to create new tools and services to make driving in B.C. safer and more convenient.