PRO-VISION Adds a New Touch to Leading Rear Vision Lineup

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The industry-leading rear vision and mobile video recording manufacturer adds touch screen capabilities to their diverse product offering.

Photo of 9" Touch Screen LCD

Photo of 9" Touch Screen LCD

...larger, better, and more detailed view of the area surrounding the vehicle, greatly increasing visibility and safety.

PRO-VISION is expanding the industry's most versatile lineup of rear vision and video recording systems to include an all new 9" Quad View Touch Screen LCD monitor. "This newest addition combines an easy to use touch screen interface with enhanced screen size and intuitive operational controls," said Sam Lehnert, marketing manager for PRO-VISION®, "giving our customers another reliable, simple and affordable option to increase safety and reduce liability in their commercial fleets."

The touch screen capabilities of the new 9" monitor allow drivers to easily customize the views of up to four individual cameras with options to split views for cameras mounted on the vehicle's rear, side, or other locations. This customization and quad-view capability work together with the enhanced screen size to give the vehicle's driver a larger, better, and more detailed view of the area surrounding the vehicle, greatly increasing visibility and safety.

In addition to the new 9" Quad View Touch Screen LCD monitor, the full PRO-VISION® lineup of viewing options includes the exclusive LVS Series™ Laptop Video System, both the 5" and 7" LCD monitors, the 5" Waterproof LCD monitor, and the 4.3" Rearview Mirror Monitor. This complete lineup provides a reliable solution to increase visibility in and around any commercial fleet vehicles.

About PRO-VISION – In 2003, PRO-VISION was incorporated and focused solely on back-up camera systems. 2005 marked their entry into the school bus market which helped their sales top 1 million dollars the following year. The company made their first international sale in 2007, and by 2009, PRO-VISION had expanded into commercial recording systems. During that time, they also released 4-camera school bus systems and made available live video viewing and video file transfer. In 2011, the company expanded into law enforcement recording systems and initiated its overseas sales program. 2013 brought on the 10-year anniversary of innovation and aggressive performance in the commercial video system industry, as well as the expansion of sales into over 24 countries around the globe including South Africa, Great Britain, Australia, Mexico, and Brazil.

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