XVision gets enhancements

March 21, 2003
Bendix has unveiled several new enhancements to its XVision thermal-imaging system for commercial trucks. Truckers can now add side- and rear-view cameras to their rigs, giving them greater visibility when changing lanes on the interstate or backing up into loading docks. Mated with the thermal-imaging system, truckers will have a 360-degree view around their rigs. XVision consists of a roof-mounted
Bendix has unveiled several new enhancements to its XVision thermal-imaging system for commercial trucks.

Truckers can now add side- and rear-view cameras to their rigs, giving them greater visibility when changing lanes on the interstate or backing up into loading docks.

Mated with the thermal-imaging system, truckers will have a 360-degree view around their rigs.

XVision consists of a roof-mounted camera and a dash-mounted display, and allows drivers to see three to five times farther than they can with regular headlights.

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