CM Show 2020: Brigade Electronics takes Direct Vision Standard into virtual world

Brigade Electronics will heading into the virtual world to dispel the myths around the new London Direct Vision Standard (DVS).

In its first-ever virtual show, Brigade will be joining an impressive line-up of industry experts and exhibitors at the Commercial Motor Show 2020.

Free-to-attend, the online CM Show will take place across three days from 29 September to 1 October.

It offers delegates the chance to learn from leading operators and manufacturers on a range of topics challenging the industry today, such as road user safety, Covid-19 recovery, emissions reduction, alternative fuels and technologoy and much more.

Brigade will be on hand to debunk common misconceptions around DVS and advise customers how they can comply with legislation.Emily Hardy, marketing manager at Brigade, said: “There is a lot of misinformation in the industry right now. Our expertise lies in providing concise, factual information that our customers can digest and providing high quality solutions with a brand that customers trust.”

Virtual visitors to the Brigade stand will be offered a free service to check their vehicle star rating and help with what equipment they need if they fall short.

Requirements include camera monitor systems, ultrasonic sensors and audible warnings.

For operators dealing with multiple standards or a fleet of vehicles driving through different continents, nearside detection requirements may differ in minimum and maximum distance. Brigade’s new SideScan® Flex allows the operator to choose from four detection configurations, each with different detection distances and audible and visual alerts.

Also on display will be Brigade’s new range of high definition (HD) cameras and monitor. To complete the HD story, Brigade is also launching an HD Backeye®360 system, which features a new software interface for ease of system setup and calibration.

It will be introducing three internet protocol (IP) cameras which prevent image quality degradation for applications that use extended cable length. To complement these, Brigade’s power over network (PON) switches which can increase the number of channels available for mobile digital (MDR-5XXX) recording systems. This enables the eight channel system to cater for up to sixteen cameras.

Visitors will be able to select video or web chat to talk to Brigade representatives on the day in real time. Digital copies of literature and latest videos will be made available which visitors can add to their virtual shopping basket to peruse at leisure.

Back by popular demand, Brigade will be re-running their Direct Vision Standard webinar live in the seminar lounge with a question and answers session at the end.

Register today for your free place at the online CM Show 2020.