Sentinel Systems is attending a municipal fleet seminar in Scotland with talks and demonstrations of its commercial vehicle safety technology.
Supplier of auto-braking and camera systems for the municipal fleet and commercial vehicle market, Sentinel Systems, is attending the APSE Fleet, Waste and Grounds seminar taking place between 17th and 20th May 2016 in Aviemore, Scotland.
With attendees of the seminar having an interest in the safe operation of waste collection and other service vehicles operated by local authorities, Sentinal Systems is keen to demonstrate the variety of technology it has to offer which makes the operation of such vehicles considerably safer, with a particular emphasis on refuse collection vehicles.
Systems being demonstrated at the seminar and exhibition include the company’s core products including auto-braking radars, 360 degree camera systems and reversing cameras as well as the award-winning Bike Hotspot cyclist safety system.
Sentinel Systems has invested heavily in product design and research to ensure that it offers the most effective safety products on the market. Now with a wide range of products that can eliminate the potential threat posed to vulnerable road users by large vehicles, Sentinel Systems can help to reduce the number of accidents, injuries and even fatalities that involve municipal and commercial vehicles on UK roads.
Commenting on the company’s appearance at the seminar and exhibition at Aviemore, Sentinel Systems’ Marshall Fleming said, “Since our recent expansion, we have worked with some great companies and municipalities to improve the safety of their fleets. Exhibiting at this seminar will also allow us to grow our relationship with the public sector and demonstrate to more companies the great benefits of our vehicle safety systems.”
Recent improvements have been made to the reversing radar and auto-braking Systems from Sentinel and they well be on show at the exhibtion. The reversing aid is designed to prevent collisions with other vehicles and also with pedestrians and cyclists. Having the system fitted to the vehicle, encourages the driver to driver more responsibly and could save the local authority from litigation, losses through damage repairs and losses through deterioration of reputation following high profile collisions.