September 19, 2017

Vehicle Cameras And The Law – Genuine Audio Recording Or Snooping – BEWARE

  This article pertains specifically to UK law and the rules of the road.  David Bowie sang about his musings on Sound and Vision, and many […]
September 15, 2017
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Global Freight Awards 2017 Finalists!!!

This has been an amazing summer of award nominations for ProVision. On top of our nomination in the Fleet Transport Awards, and the double-nomination in the […]
September 14, 2017
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ProVision Launches Fleet Risk Calculator

ProVision has launched their unique Fleet Risk Calculator to help Fleet Operators understand the potential risks associated with running commercial fleets Free online tool rates a […]
September 14, 2017

CASE STUDY – A&T Transport

Reducing Insurance Costs & Increased Peace Of Mind Thanks To ProVision Vehicle Cameras We spoke recently to Trevor Roy and Andrew Bruton, co-owners and partners in […]
September 12, 2017

Tech Tuesday – Anatomy Of A Professional Vehicle Camera System: Accelerometers

We are surrounded by devices that use accelerometers. The most well-known are in modern smartphones, but they can be found in everything from hard disks to […]
September 11, 2017

Vehicle Cameras And The Law – Legally Acceptable Placement of Cameras On Windscreens

This article pertains specifically to UK law and the rules of the road. We see them all the time; people driving along with a GPS, mobile […]
August 15, 2017

Tech Tuesday – Where Can I Place Cameras In My HGV?

There is some confusion around placement of cameras on HGV vehicles, especially related to the trailers. This article outlines where, why and how this can be […]
August 14, 2017
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Vehicle Cameras And The Law – Can Police Seize Camera Footage?

This article pertains specifically to UK law and the associated powers of the Police in the UK. A question we get asked quite often is about […]
August 8, 2017

Driver Fatigue Warning System And How It Works

For years governments and the freight industry have tried to ensure that drivers stick to working time rules. After all, it’s important that someone driving a 20+ Ton vehicle has full and unimpaired mental capacity. However, drivers have constantly found ways to overcome tachographs to give them extra driving time. It is somewhat understandable. If I could drive an extra hour in order to make a ferry that gets me home rather than parking up at a truck stop, I know what I’d prefer to do.
August 4, 2017

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