Exeros Technologies to exhibit at CV Show

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Vehicle CCTV and safety specialists Exeros Technologies will be exhibiting its new range of high definition HGV and LCV recording systems at the forthcoming CV Show, at the NEC in Birmingham. Working alongside organisations including TFL and FORS, the company has grown rapidly over the last three years to become one...
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Vehicle CCTV and safety specialists Exeros Technologies will be exhibiting its new range of high definition HGV and LCV recording systems at the forthcoming CV Show, at the NEC in Birmingham.
Working alongside organisations including TFL and FORS, the company has grown rapidly over the last three years to become one of the country’s leading suppliers of intelligent CCTV and safety solutions for commercial fleets.

The company’s success is in part thanks to a nationwide network of professional auto-electricians and their years of invaluable experience, gained from working with all major truck manufacturers from DAF to Volvo.

By focusing on providing the most robust and reliable systems in the market, the company can guarantee seamless integration with any commercial vehicle type, offering superior technology that is proven to be the fastest way of reducing overall fleet costs.

All hardware and components are rigorously tested and optimised for use in the environments and conditions regularly experienced by HGVS and LCVs. This attention to detail maximises product reliability and ensures vehicles and drivers are always running as safely and securely as possible.

The TrackEye system is currently used in hundreds of large fleets across the UK, including emergency service vehicles and specialised construction plant machinery. In addition to being used as accurate parking assistance and blind spot viewers that significantly reduce potential accidents, the cameras are also vital in protecting drivers and proving fault in the event of any incident involving a third party.

One of the key features that is hugely popular amongst transport managers is the ability to live-stream HD video footage from inside and outside the vehicle in real-time from each vehicle direct to PC or mobile. It also means that in the event of an incident or accident, managers at the depot can quickly and easily download all recorded footage in high definition at the touch of a button, without needing to leave the comfort of their office.

After download, vital video evidence can then be sent immediately to relevant parties, insurance companies or law enforcement to ascertain liability and assist with investigations. The footage is usually a key factor in throwing out false claims, saving huge potential costs, clearing the driver of fault and allowing the company to receive correct remuneration.

In addition to recording high-definition video footage around and inside the vehicle, the TrackEye will also track all journeys via GPS on Google Maps and automatically issue email notifications in the event of an incident or accident. Transport mangers can even set parameters including geofencing and receive instant notifications if any of their drivers break rules or exceed speed limitations.

Exeros now supply some of the leading haulage, logistics and delivery firms across the country with their top-quality recording solutions including; Brett Aggregates, Modern Mix, Ferns Surfacing, KBC Logistics, and Rapid Readymix. They are also working together with many local authorities such as Traffic Wales, Barnet and North Lincolnshire Council to safeguard their vehicles and drivers whilst helping to reduce their overall fleet running costs.

Based on statistics obtained from existing clients, organisations will typically see a significant drop in road accidents/incidents, a 60% reduction in false claims and savings up to 20% on their insurance premium after systems have been installed. Overall cost reductions are so impressive that the technology usually pays for itself twice within the first year. Dave Ashford, Transport and Compliance Manager at KBC Logistics explained his reasons for fitting out every vehicle in the fleet with the TrackEye 4-camera system:
“With a single dash-camera you don’t see the actions leading up to the incident. Now I can download footage remotely and quickly see who was at fault, saving costs and time in replacement vehicles, accident investigation and admin fees.”

This April will be the third year that Exeros will be exhibiting at the show and you can find them on stand 4C11 where they will be delighted to meet all attendees and show off their unique vehicle CCTV product range.

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