The digital rear-view mirror represents a major shift, compared to conventional mirrors. Conventional rear-view mirrors offer a reduced field of vision, which often does not cover all objects around large vehicles, such as buses and lorries.
Also, conventional rear-view mirrors often break and are expensive to replace. Given its limited level of exposure, the digital rear-view mirror presents the advantage that the risk of damage during the mirror’s lifetime is drastically reduced.
Installing this type of rear-view mirror not only eliminates blind spots and improves safety for road users. It also reduces the costs associated with damaged mirrors, which gives you a return on investment.
The Azimut MirrorCam Digital Rear-View Mirror How does it work?
Supported by a system of side cameras, the Azimut MirrorCam rear-view mirror offers a field of vision that allows you to see what is happening on each side of the vehicle. It provides a high-definition view in extreme conditions, day and night. With strategically arranged cameras, the driver gets a real-time view of what’s happening at the sides of the vehicle.
The system has easily adjustable options. From the cabin, it is possible to regulate elements such as brightness, lighting and night vision, which the driver can adapt depending on environmental conditions.
The Azimut MirrorCam contributes to compliance with Regulation No 46 (R46)
Blind spots are a problem when driving, and a major cause of road accidents. Regulation No 46 (R46) governs the installation of devices for indirect vision in vehicles such as buses and lorries, as well as compliance with predefined installation guidelines.
The Azimut MirrorCam has been designed to show the driver what’s happening at the sides of the vehicle, even covering blind spots, therefore improving the safety of pedestrians, passengers and drivers.