The firm will show off its new tech amid an increasing number of companies in the recycling and waste management sector investing in mobile safety systems.
This is according to an announcement made by Wolverhampton-based Spillard Safety Systems in the lead up to the RWM - the waste, energy, recycling and water show at the NEC this month (12-14th).
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These mobile safety systems make sure that drivers are not susceptible to any blind spots when doing their jobs and protect
As part of the RWM show later this month, Spillard will be unveiling its new Optronics HD range of safety systems, including the Optronics Foresight system.
Peter Spillard, managing director, said: “Over the last twelve months we have supplied products that have been installed on vehicle fleets for utility companies, waste management specialists and recycling firms.
“They are already reporting fewer incidents and examples where our camera systems have proven they were not responsible for incidents.”
“RWM is a fantastic show and this year we will be unveiling our new Optronics HD Range, which takes clarity of picture to a whole new level.
“Our team of experts will be on hand and there will also be live video demonstrations and examples of ‘blind spot’ mapping too.”
Founded in 1992, Spillard Safety Systems has been championing the removal of blind spots in the commercial vehicle, construction, quarrying and now waste sectors, for over 25 years.
Today it has become one of the UK's largest mobile safety equipment suppliers to the construction, recycling, waste management, quarrying and mining industries with a customer base ranging from global conglomerates to original equipment manufacturers.