Mining Vehicle Camera Solution
Mining trucks are required to maneuver safely around large pits, and their poor vision is a common cause of accidents. Therefore, the mining vehicle monitoring system has always been an important part of the digital transformation of the mining industry. Whether it is iron ore or copper mine, as long as it is an open-pit mine, GPS communication signals can be covered. Luview Mining Vehicle Camera System is designed to help mines improve transportation efficiency, enhance vehicle safety, and improve the availability of various types of machinery and equipment, and can be used regardless of the equipment manufacturer.
Why should mining vehicles have cameras
In mining, the biggest equipment in the world is used, and this is why it is important for these large vehicles to have cameras. Large trucks can have blind spots and camera systems break down, and operators must operate around pit edges safely. Mining companies are also using these cameras to help them see where they’re going and prevent accidents.
Additionally, visibility is very limited during underground operations, making it difficult for rescue vehicles and emergency services to reach victims quickly. By installing cameras on mining vehicles, the workers will be more alert to potential hazards and can respond quickly to help them.
How does mining vehicle camera work
In mining operations, having an extra pair of eyes is extremely important. Mining vehicles have limited rear-view visibility, making a camera system a critical component of vehicle safety. In addition, these cameras provide operators with 360-degree, unlimited vision around the vehicle. Consequently, these cameras reduce the risk of accidents and maximize efficiency. These technologies also improve employee safety. Ultimately, this system improves safety by limiting human biases.
The mining vehicle camera system consists of a parking sensor connected to cameras installed on the sides. These cameras supplement radar alerts to ensure workers’ safety. The cameras are selectable using a simple interface. A single camera may be installed in a mining vehicle for safety purposes.
How many cameras does a mining vehicle have
Luview Mining Vehicle Camera System mainly contains a JY-M745T monitor, a JY-PT09 parking sensor, a JY-663 rear view camer and a JY-WLC-LB1 work lamp camera. The type and installation location of the camera varies by vehicles.
JY-PT09 parking sensor
JY-663 rear view camera
JY-WLC-LB1 work lamp camera
Cost of mining vehicle camera system
The cost of a mining vehicle camera system isn’t always so high. There are several factors that determine how much a mining vehicle camera system will cost. Usually, the camera chip solution determines its image quality. Cameras with Sony lenses may be more expensive. The production capacity and level of the manufacturer also affects the price of the product. A mining vehicle camera system requires at least $300-500 to purchase and install.
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