No blind spots for Stoneridge at IAA 201619 August 2016

Stoneridge has announced that it will unveil a new mirror replacement system at next month’s IAA in Hanover (22-29 September).

Called MirrorEye, the system replaces traditional mirrors with HD digital cameras and interior displays, making drivers better aware of dangers around their vehicle such as pedestrians and cyclists.

“We are very excited about showing customers MirrorEye at this year’s IAA,” says Kent Pålsson, head of vision & safety at Stoneridge.

“So far we have received very positive feedback from OEMs, fleet operators and drivers alike. Not only does it remove blind spots, but tests have shown that it can give fleets substantial fuel savings by removing aerodynamic drag.”

MirrorEye will form part of the technology on display on Stoneridge’s Innovation Truck, which will be the centrepiece on the stand.

Stoneridge will also be exhibiting its digital tachograph, the SE5000 Exakt Duo2, which provides drivers with real time updates and countdowns on their current situation on the tachograph display.

Laura Cork

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