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Transportation Safety Technologies (TST) has released the EagleEye, which uses ultrasonic sensors to detect objects around commercial vehicles. The system can detect objects within 10 ft. of the side or rear of a truck, giving the driver an extra set of eyes when backing up or changing lanes. Used in conjunction with safe driving practices, said Mike Coyle, TST's CEO, EagleEye will reduce accidents

Transportation Safety Technologies (TST) has released the EagleEye, which uses ultrasonic sensors to detect objects around commercial vehicles. The system can detect objects within 10 ft. of the side or rear of a truck, giving the driver an extra set of eyes when backing up or changing lanes. Used in conjunction with safe driving practices, said Mike Coyle, TST's CEO, EagleEye will reduce accidents and the costs associated with property damage and personal injury claims. Sensors, which are heated to prevent ice and snow buildup, can be used in up to seven locations around the vehicle. The dash-mounted Driver Alert Module provides the driver with an audible warning and a digital readout of distance to an object. www.tst-corp.com
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