Night vision camera systems are becoming more popular with each winter this is due to the benefits drivers are enjoying from the SATIR Nightvision systems. They are popular with individuals who drive often in rural areas in areas of poor lighting or in areas where there is wild animals roaming the roads freely such as safari in Africa or Kangaroos in the Australian outback. A new market is emerging that SATIR nightvision systems are being installed on larger vehicles such as jeeps, vans, tractors, buses and trucks. Let’s look at the basics of SATIR night vision systems.
The technology behind SATIR nightvision systems is known as thermal imaging or infrared. This technology is based on temperature measurement. All people, animals, object emit a temperature or infrared energy that can be seen in the dark or wet weather when using infrared technology.
Drivers of large vehicles are up at a height and may not be able to see clearly all the time at ground-level what is on the road. This happens often in bad weather conditions in high winds, fog, mist and heavy rain. The reason why a nigtvision systems should be in large vehicles is to allow the driver to have a quicker reaction time in order to protect the lives of other road users such as cyclists and also to protect the driver and their load whether it is goods or passengers in a bus.
The SATIR nightvision system we would recommend for large vehicles is the NV628. The NV628 can be easily installed in the grill of the truck, tractor or bus. It can be connected to existing LCD screens that may already be in the vehicle. It has a 384x288 IR detector which will deliver 110592 pixels to the display screen. The NV628 includes an optional PDS system which can highlight people or other obstacles on the road. The IP69K encapsulation means the housing of the nightvision system is protected from dust and water. For more details visit https://satir.com/product/satir-nv628