All-In-One Progressive Safe System from Durite ​

Dec 01 | 2023

Durite has launched its new DVS (Direct Vision Standard) Progressive Safe System (PSS).

Durite MOIS in actionThis All-In-One system uses smart AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology to completely eliminate blind spots and offers an enhanced detection area that fully meets the coverage proposed by Transport for London (TfL) to improve visibility and safety.

From 28 October, 2024, heavy goods vehicles over 12 tonnes will need to have a three-star rating as a minimum or fit a Progressive Safe System to operate in Greater London.

The Durite PSS includes an AHD (Analog High Definition) monitor, BSIS and MOIS camera system, left turn speaker, warning sign, low speed trigger and cables. All-in-One solutions to comply with DVS Phase 2, record evidence in case of an incident and/or livestream your fleet, are also available.

Although the new requirement doesn’t become mandatory until October 2024, all HGVs that are 0, 1 or 2 stars, or that have been granted a DVS Safety Permit until 2024 only, will need to have a Progressive Safe System installed before reapplying for a new DVS Safety Permit.

The Direct Vision Standard and HGV Safety Permit for HGVs is part of the Mayor of London’s Vision Zero pledge to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries on London's transport network by 2041.

Photo: Durite MOIS in action.