Excavator Camera Solution
Luview provides various types of vehicle monitoring solutions to customers around the world. The excavator camera system conducts 360° real-time safety monitoring of large-scale machinery and equipment on the construction site to reduce human error. All data and pictures can be uploaded to the cloud synchronously and visualized to ensure construction safety.
Why should excavator have cameras
Why should an excavator have backup cameras? Cameras provide safety, convenience and enhanced visibility for the operator. An excavator’s camera provides a birds-eye view of the area around it. In addition, they can help operators avoid collisions with objects or workers hidden in the environment. In addition, cameras on excavators can help operators maintain the machines’ proper performance.
How does excavator camera system work
Luview excavator camera system consists of a JY-M1001 monitor, four JY-360 Bird view cameras, one JY-SD610 MDVR and a JY-810 rear view camera. The camera can monitor the surrounding environment when the excavator is working, and display the images and videos on the high-definition digital monitor in real time. MDVR has monitoring and alarm functions, supports voice intercom, car phone and remote monitoring functions.
The construction industry has benefited from an excavator camera system. The system is used to monitor the operation of the excavator. Once an abnormality is found, it can point out the fault location, so as to eliminate hidden dangers, reduce maintenance time, reduce maintenance and repair costs, improve the working environment, and improve the operation efficiency.
Different types of cameras for excavator
There are different types of cameras for excavator monitoring, such as monocular cameras, binocular cameras, side-view cameras, and rear-view cameras. Monocular cameras are easy to deploy and maintain on a construction site. In addition, they can be tied into a web interface and split-screened in the operator cab. Monocular cameras can be used to monitor the back of an excavator to determine its exact pose. Relatively speaking, the binocular camera can detect the distance of the target without identifying the target. And the ranging accuracy is much higher than the distance estimated by the monocular camera through deep learning.
A side-view camera improves driver visibility by making the area immediately adjacent to the machine visible. This improves maneuverability and increases safety because the driver can see obstacles before he or she does. They can also be combined with a rear-view camera to offer even better visibility.
JY-BV360 bird view camera
JY-810 rear view camera
Cost of excavator camera system
Luview’s excavator monitoring system includes four 360° bird view cameras and one rear-view camera, in addition to a monitor and a MDVR. This system can help excavator operators to grasp the working situation in real time and greatly improve work safety. If you are a wholesaler, we can provide preferential cooperation prices. If it is retail, the price is about 188$~398$.