London DVS ‘Direct Vision Standard’
The Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and safety permit for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) requires all lorries over 12 tonnes gross vehicle weight to be granted a permit to enter or operate in Greater London. The scheme was created to improve the safety of all road users, including pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists
The Direct Vision Standard measures how much an HGV driver can see directly through their cab windows. This indicates the level of risk to vulnerable road users, such as people walking and cycling, near the vehicle.
The Direct Vision Standard and HGV Safety Permit for HGVs is part of the Mayor of London’s Vision Zero plan to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries on London’s transport network by 2041.
What we offer
- 4 way HD Camera DVR
- LED Lighting Packages
- Pedestrian Awareness Systems
Our 4 Way camera system consists of a 1080p HD 4 channel DVR, with a 1TB Hard Disk, 7″ Colour LCD monitor, 4x 1080p HD camera
Our pedestrian awareness system from Brigade uses a set of externally mounted sensors down the left side of the vehicle alerting the driver of pedestrians and obstacles with a internal alarm to warn the driver and a external to warn pedestrian the vehicle is turning left
Lighting Packs consist of front and rear LED Amber Beacons and a LED Roof Mounted Light Bar
Installation Certificate Supplied for all equipment supplied and existing equipment tested