Tyson Foods Pilots New Technology to Improve Trucking Safety via Enhanced Driver Vision
Tyson Foods is testing a new technology to improve safety for its truck drivers. The Stoneridge MirrorEye Camera Monitor System (CMS) replaces traditional rear and side-view mirrors with integrated external mounted cameras and interior mounted monitors to help give drivers a more complete view of the road and the truck’s surroundings, including common blind spots.
The health and safety of Tyson team members is the company’s top priority and this project is part of more than $500 million the company has invested in technology and automation over the past three years.
Tyson, which operates one of the nation’s largest refrigerated trucking fleets, has been working with Stoneridge, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of highly engineered electrical and electronic vehicle systems, to develop...
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