Ubico chooses ISS technology

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Cheltenham-based environmental services provider, Ubico, is installing four-way camera recording equipment and reverse radars from Innovative Safety Systems (ISS) to over 40 refuse vehicles. According to ISS, the technology will also form part of Ubico’s future vehicle specifications.

Mark Hulbert, fleet manager, Ubico, said: “We want to make sure we are protecting the public and our crew. ISS have obviously thought long and hard about their systems. We can quickly access specific sections of footage and the mapping feature means we can also see the exact location of vehicles.”

Reported to be easy to install, the ISS RX3 hard disk recording system comes complete with high-resolution infrared cameras, monitors and protective lockable housing. Embedded features include speed, XYZ acceleration and GPS positioning. ISS’ reverse radar is programmable with multiple settings and ranges. It detects both moving and stationary objects without requiring a closing distance.

Ubico said it also plans to use the ISS LANlink remote footage download facility when all of its depots are fully up and running. This will enable all recorded footage to be downloaded automatically each time a vehicle returns to the depot.

Gavin Thoday, director, ISS said: “We invest a lot of time researching, designing and engineering products that work effectively in this challenging environment.”


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