There are up to three cameras to make things easier for the digger driver and increase safety. For long front attachments, a camera behind the grabbers or chisel monitors the working area: the driver can see what he is grabbing. Cameras on the rear and on the side facing the driver make it easier to swivel the outrigger and show the blind spot.
There are two cameras on the wheeled loaders to provide maximum safety. One camera on the cabin roof records the area in front of the shovel. A second camera mounted on the rear records the space behind and helps the driver recognise dangerous situations and prevent accidents.
Whether it's fittings, instruments or the back of the clearing blade - cameras can visualise all the processes in and around the drilling head to suit any profile of requirements. Four-camera systems can be used on large drilling machines, for example. They monitor the pressure locks, the instruments and the flow of material and support the operators in aligning the drill head.
The MC5100 is attached directly to the crane trolley. The advantage: The camera is always in the perpendicular and the crane driver has a clear view of loading and unloading processes, he can avoid obstacles early or check whether the load is securely suspended from the hook. The images are automatically transmitted to the cabin by wireless.