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Grote Industries, Stoneridge announce wired rear-view trailer camera

The companies say the 4SEE technology can help drivers better avoid potential dangers and obstacles through increased viability.

Seeing the safety difference of camera monitor systems

The “no zones.” Long before I was editor of Fleet Equipment, a driver’s ed. video introduced me to the multitude of blind spots that surround a truck. Corny to be sure, but effective as I’ve remembered that song for (counts the years since getting a license)… far too long. Fitting then that another video would

Hands on: Peterbilt 579 next generation truck

For fleet managers, the experience of a truck can be seen on the P&L—you want your fuel costs to go down and your profitability to go up. For the drivers, it’s all about the feeling behind the wheel. OEMs have the unenviable task of creating a top-notch experience for both. On paper, the next-gen Peterbilt

Peterbilt 579 Hands On Video
The first step toward camera monitor systems adoption

Evolving truck technology is far easier than evolving industry standards and regulations. What are the rules of the road for automated driving systems? I don’t know, but they’re here. What are the standards for electric truck charging? I don’t know, but those trucks are on the road. What would it take to replace mirrors with

Stoneridge and Velociti announce partnership for MirrorEye installation, support

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

FMCSA approves exemption for Stoneridge MirrorEye camera monitor system

Stoneridge Inc. announced that its exemption application to federal law was approved in late-December by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, allowing its MirrorEye camera monitor system (CMS) to be installed as an alternative to conventional rear-vision mirrors currently required on commercial motor vehicles in the United States. The exemption applies solely to Stoneridge’s MirrorEye

Stoneridge launches new website

Stoneridge, Inc. has launched its new corporate website, According to Stoneridge, the improved website features an enhanced user experience and displays Stoneridge’s product portfolio in a format that is easily viewable on all platforms and devices. The site features company history, product information, an updated investor relations section, a supplier portal and current recruiting

Stoneridge MirrorEye camera system featured on Shell Starship truck

Stoneridge Inc. has partnered with Shell Lubricants and AirFlow Truck Co. by fitting its MirrorEye camera monitoring system on the hyper-fuel efficient truck, the Starship Initiative. Stoneridge’s MirrorEye mirror replacement system not only improves safety by diminishing blind spots, but can also allow for the removal of side mirrors altogether to achieve a more streamlined

Stoneridge offers 24/7 technical support for EZ-ELD

Stoneridge Inc. has launched 24/7 technical support for the Stoneridge EZ-ELD. Through increased service hours and support staff, company product experts are readily available to support drivers and fleet managers with the installation, use and navigation of the EZ-ELD device and accompanying smartphone app, Stoneridge says, adding that the extended hours are being offered in

Stoneridge expands camera-based, mirror-replacement system fleet evaluations

Stoneridge Inc. expanded fleet evaluations for the its MirrorEye camera monitor system, which replaces a truck’s mirrors with integrated external digital cameras and digital monitors inside the cab of the truck. This provides the driver with enhanced vision in most operating environments where it is difficult to see with traditional mirrors, the company explained. “We have