'The MOR-Vision Backup Camera System is perfect for large school buses backing into tight spots or moving in reverse when visibility is limited,' said Peter Plate, Rosco's Director of Sales and Marketing
Queens, NY (PRWEB) October 21, 2013
Rosco, Inc. will be showcasing the MOR-Vision Backup Camera System at the 2013 NAPT Summit in Grand Rapids, MI October 22nd and 23rd. Since its launch in January, the popularity of the MOR-Vision Backup Camera System has been growing with fleet managers in numerous markets as a new record was set in September for units shipped. The MOR-Vision Backup Camera System is a more advanced driver aide for large vehicles that includes a camera mounted on the back of the vehicle sending images to a monitor installed within the interior rear view mirror.
“The MOR-Vision Backup Camera System is perfect for large school buses backing into tight spots or moving in reverse when visibility is limited. It also has the capacity for additional interior and side cameras – It provides firm and unequivocal confirmation to the driver that the path behind the bus is clear, and that no pedestrians have entered into the danger zone,” said Peter Plate, Rosco’s Director of Sales & Marketing.
The large rearview mirror/monitor comes in three different sizes 6” X 16”, 6” X 30” and 10” x 30”. The installation is the same as any other large bus interior rearview mirror. The backup cameras are also installed like any other system, and the camera harness is simply connected to the monitor. In the MOR-Vision STSK6630 rearview camera system, a 7-inch LCD monitor is automatically displayed on the interior rearview mirror when the vehicle shifts into reverse allowing the driver to see behind the bus. Once the driver shifts into other modes of bus operation, a normal mirror view reappears. Large buses equipped with the MOR-Vision backup camera systems have options for multiple cameras including side cameras and interior cameras. An automatic monitor view changes based on the operational conditions of the bus or preference of the driver.
Visit Booth 421 at the NAPT Summit to learn more about the MOR-Vision technology and how it can help your fleet performance. You will also be able to test out the MOR-Vision mirror/monitor system at the booth with the interactive Reverse Roadeo Challenge. Step into Rosco’s mini school bus and let the MOR-Vision system guide you on your reverse journey through the Reverse Roadeo Challenge.
In addition to the MOR-Vision backup camera system, Rosco will also be displaying the Dual-Vision™ XC automotive event recorder with new third camera option and full line of rearview and crossview mirrors for school buses. Rosco is a leader in the rear view camera and mirror industry and offers a wide selection of products designed to improve the safety for drivers, passengers and pedestrians.
About Rosco, Inc.
Rosco, Inc. is North America's largest school bus mirror manufacturer, and a vision safety leader in rear view cameras, automotive windshield based camera recording, rearview interior/exterior mirrors and sun visors in numerous bus, truck, specialty, recreational and military vehicle markets. Founded in Manhattan, New York in 1907 as a safety product manufacturer for the automotive and aeronautical markets, Rosco moved to its current location in Queens, New York in 1974. Over 100 years later, the company is the largest supplier of mirror systems to the North American school bus market, selling to all major OEMs and parts distributors including Freightliner/Thomas Built, Navistar/IC Corp., Blue Bird, AM General, and many others.