The operations inside the warehouses form a crucial part of the industry, and all the processes inside the warehouses must be smoothly carried out. Notably, one of the primary vehicles and an essential component inside the warehouses are the forklifts that do all the heavy lifting and ensure the movement of articles from one place to another without much effort.
Forklifts help lift and shift cargo, starting from positions and then raising or lowering the load and moving to the desired location. However, only specialized warehouse employees, who have the required experience and certification after vigorous training, can drive and operate these essential vehicles.
Upon years and years of research, one can state that the technologies used in the manufacturing of Forklifts have developed considerably, and today they can move much heavier cargo than they did a few decades ago; but, at the same time, it is notable that the Forklifts face specific difficulties that arise due to lack of advanced security and safety systems.
Additionally, Forklift administrators are sporadically confronted with route challenges inside the stockroom because of restricted space, vulnerable sides, and deadlines forced to fulfil delivering plant cut-off times.
Accidents frequently occur, resulting in damage to equipment and even personnel injuries. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that forklift accidents result in 35,000 injuries and 62,000 non-fatal injuries annually. Forklift accidents can result in fatalities in even more dire circumstances. In 2015, forklift accidents claimed the lives of ninety-six U.S. workers, according to the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
Such dire statistics can prove enough evidence that a forklift's underdeveloped safety and security systems can not only cause physical and personnel injuries or serious damage in the worst cases, but can also potentially lead to massive financial losses for companies.
As per the National Safety Council, forklift accidents that result in injuries cost an average of $38,000 in direct costs. Additional costs, such as lost time from work, can add up to as much as $150,000 and above. To fully address the accident and figure out how to effectively resume work following it, calculating the funds required for forklift accidents will also involve a lengthy investigation that requires effective time management on the employer's part. Equipment and article damage claims also require studies, which can be even more expensive based on the freight's value. As per the National Institute of Standards and Technology, freight damage from forklift accidents costs nearly over $130 million annually.
In the face of such circumstances, the team of Sharp Eagle has devised years upon years of research and development and manufactured a line of industrial-grade premium products that consist of our Forklift Camera Systems which stay vigilant during all operations and bring down any casualties that may occur from forklifts considerably.
Our camera systems are developed after reading and analyzing a multitude of data from various industry sources. They are equipped with the most optimal and essential safety solutions to safeguard your Forklifts and their surroundings from all harm. To add to this, records have shown that the rearview cameras affixed to vehicles have reduced crashes by as high as 40 percent for older drivers and over 15 percent for younger drivers. This proves that the application of camera systems indeed is marvelous in benefitting the operator, the vehicle, and its surroundings safety.
Our Range of Forklift Camera Systems comes packed with many other specifications, which will safeguard your workforce from many casualties. Here are a few to get you started:
To add to the above list of benchmarks, the forklift camera kit comes with a II 2G Ex db II C T6 Gb / II 2D Ex tb III C (850)Db Certificate of Conformity baring Certificate number IEP 14 ATEX 0253, which proves the fact that the product you're getting is top-notch. It is made using 304 stainless steel, and the surface is treated with Electro-polishing (optional). It has IP68 Ingress protection and weighs under 1.6kgs while packing many features.
The image sensor is the 1/3'SONY Super EFFIO HAD / Exview HAD II CCD Sensor, which produces a resolution of 700TVL/800TVL and consists of lenses bearing 4 mm/6 mm/8 mm/12 mm.
The systems can be placed in three places for optimal performance, namely:
Here, the camera is placed at the cross member of the inner mast stage, thereby providing a view of the fork after the free-lift location and racking system.
Here, the camera is placed at the bottom of the chassis to provide a view of the area in front of the fork.
Here the camera is affixed to the back of the forklift and allows for a wide-full range vision of the rear.
To add to this, additional cameras can be affixed, which will provide a complete view of the forklift.
The forklift camera kit also has a 360 degree camera for forklift capability, allowing for a full view for the operator and capturing the surroundings from all angles. The 360 degree camera for forklift capability is further boosted with the forklift camera system having the ability of 24x7 recording and an LCD Monitor display.
These features were just the tip of the iceberg for our range of Forklift Camera Systems; Even if we’ve mentioned the weather-withstanding capabilities, the long hours of working, the clear vision sensors and also the 360 degree camera for forklift capability, many other features are possessed by the Sharp Eagle Forklift Camera Kit, visit our website and get informed about all the features we've prepared so that your work environments get the safety and security it deserves.
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