Vehicle Camera Systems

Camera systems for mobile and plant equipment are vitally important in ensuring operational and perimeter safety. Installation of a camera systems that allows wireless connections and multiple on-screen images greatly reduces the risks associated with reversing large vehicles or monitoring equipment.

Auto Control Systems has a range of camera and vision systems available to help reduce operational and vehicle movement dangers. In-dash systems for road-going vehicles and dash-mounted monitors for mine vehicles can be installed along with one or more cameras to give 360° views. Where necessary, infra-red systems can be installed to operate in low-light, night or underground conditions.

With a range of options available, our vision solutions are capable of handling harsh and extreme environments – even operating fully submersed in water or frozen into a block of ice. Mining plant and vehicles across the globe already have our camera systems installed thanks largely to their ability to operate continuously in such unprotected environments.

Removing the blind spots that vehicles will inevitably have is one of the primary steps that can be taken in reducing the safety risks of all vehicles, large or small. A single camera can make a huge difference in helping to prevent a potentially deadly incident from occurring.

Auto Control Systems is dedicated to providing clients with innovative automation solutions customised to suit your specific application

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