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WE KNOW SAFETY INSIDE AND OUT


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CONVEX WIDER FIELD OF VISION


DVXC-4


CONTINUOUS HD VIDEO


360 VIEW


360° FULL AERIAL VIEW


360° VIEW MOR VISION


CONVEX WIDER FIELD OF VISION


DVXC-4


CONTINUOUS HD VIDEO


360 VIEW


360° FULL AERIAL VIEW


360 SURROUND AERIAL VIEW OF THE BUS


MOR-VISION® MIRROR/MONITOR CAMERA SYSTEMS


MOR VISION


CONVEX WIDER FIELD OF VISION


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SURROUND VIEW CAMERA SYSTEMS


DVXC-4


CONTINUOUS HD VIDEO


360 VIEW


360° FULL AERIAL VIEW


INSTANT FEEDBACK & ALERT TO THE DRIVER AND FLEET MANAGER VIA 4G LTE


4G 4G DVXC4 + ROSCOLIVE


CONTINUOUS HD VIDEO & EVENT RECORDING WITH GPS AND CLOUD STORAGE SOLUTION


Bus operating conditions demand the highest level of awareness by the bus operator. Safe-T-Scope 360TM


provides a


surround view around the vehicle to cover blind zones & increase visibility for the driver.


The RoscoLive Cloud Storage feature allows the Dual- Vision XC4 to automatically send snapshots and/or video clips of critical incidents & events according to pre-confi gured rules set up by the fl eet administrator for real-time viewing.


The driver is always responsible for the safe operation of the vehicle at all times. Rosco camera systems do not replace the need for a skilled, alert professional driver, observing appropriately, and using safe driving practices. The driver shall conform with district or company backing policy at all times


OVER A CENTURY OF AUTOMOTIVE VISION SAFETY


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