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Stoneridge and Velociti announce partnership for MirrorEye installation, support

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Stoneridge Inc. and Velociti Inc. announced a partnership, under which the two companies will work together with commercial vehicle fleets to install and support Stoneridge’s MirrorEye Camera Monitor System (CMS).

Stoneridge says that it is now entering the launch phase with MirrorEye. Recently, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) approved an exemption to federal law allowing MirrorEye to be installed as an alternative to conventional rear-vision mirrors currently required on commercial motor vehicles in the United States.

“Velociti takes pride in partnering with companies that provide innovative solutions for driver safety,” said Deryk Powell, president of Velociti Inc. “Stoneridge has done an extraordinary job of bringing a game-changing technology to the market with MirrorEye, and we look forward to providing our professional services exclusively to Stoneridge’s customers to ensure they are able to fully realize the benefits of the solution.”

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“Velociti’s commitment to customer service aligns well with Stoneridge’s approach to the market,” added Jon DeGaynor, president and chief executive officer of Stoneridge, Inc. “Its nationwide installation and service coverage will be leveraged to augment Stoneridge’s existing implementation and delivery capacity. Velociti’s post-implementation support will provide our fleet customers with the reliable service and support they require. In our partnership with Velociti, we expect MirrorEye adoption to accelerate, and our customers to be as satisfied with the installation and post-installation support as they are with the vision and safety advantages of MirrorEye.”

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