Next week, on stand 3H79 at the Commercial Vehicle Show, Centrad will launch RedCAM, a revolutionary new CCTV and mobile recording system for buses, trucks, motorhomes, taxis and all other commercial vehicles. RedCAM is a reverse-front-side safety camera system, which can record up to 4 cameras simultaneously.
RedCAM uses the latest high-speed high capacity SD memory cards to securely record video. Video is recorded continuously and additionally any video linked to alarms or incidents is recorded in a second, highly secure storage location. Alarm and incident triggered video is stored in an additional second memory card vault. This ensures that incident related video is available for weeks or even months. There are also on-line 3G and wifi options available.
Installing RedCAM can significantly help in reducing fraudulent accident claims, vehicle damage, load theft and vandalism for your business. The mobile recording system also has a record in improving driver performance, load safety, reversing safety, cyclist and pedestrian safety and proof of delivery accuracy. RedCAM can also help to conform with insurance company, Cross Rail and local council requirements.
RedCAM is also incredibly quick and easy to install- just ‘plug & play’- and comes at an incredibly reasonable price of £310, which includes 2 cameras (monitor optional extra and can display all 4 cameras with full screen override).
As one of the industry’s recognised leading suppliers of vehicle safety and information systems, Centrad has become renowned for guaranteeing a quality product and service at an affordable price. All systems are designed and manufactured in accordance with latest CE standards. All Centrad products are designed to be ‘DIY’ fitted, ensuring that operators can keep costs further down by using their own staff to install the equipment. If required, an expert retrofitting service is available at competitive prices using one of our recommended installers.
For more information contact Centrad on 0121 695 9196 or email: email@example.com.