Samsung 'Safety Truck' Makes It Easier For Drivers To See The Road Ahead Before Trying To Pass
According to Samsung's video, almost one person dies in a traffic accident every hour in Argentina, so the need for something like their 'Safety Truck' is definitely there.
Samsung Argentina have introduced some of their technology on their trucks to make seeing what's ahead a little easier for road-users.
The "See-Through" truck has a camera at the front with a TV at the back to aid drivers in the best time to overtake.
Samsung hopes this technology will reduce road accidents.
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#4. The front-mounted camera broadcasts its signal to four monitors on the back of the truck
The front-mounted camera broadcasts its signal to four monitors on the back of the truck to give drivers behind the truck a good view ahead. In addition to making passing safer, Samsung says that this would let drivers see any obstacles in the road ahead, preventing the need for sudden emergency braking.
#3. Night Vision Mode
The system is simple, though perhaps a bit cost-prohibitive - a small camera on the front broadcasts a live feed of the road to the screens on the back. There's even a night-vision mode for night-time driving.
#2. Built-In Wireless Camera At The Front
The front-mounted camera broadcasts its signal to four monitors on the back of the truck to give drivers behind the truck a good view ahead.
#1. Watch Video - Samsung Safety Truck
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