A camera system can be used to help accommodate several medical conditions, including poor eyesight, spine or neck injuries, and leg impairments. These camera systems are designed to fit a variety of machines. Most systems allow for multiple cameras to be attached to one monitor. Both wired and wireless systems are available.
Equipment Camera Systems help workers with visual impairments and mobility impairments by giving different vantage points of vision. See without climbing, walking, twisting, getting out of your vehicle! Observation camera technology is useful for anyone with mobility limitations. The camera mounted in a strategic location can greatly reduce the need to climb ladders or leave the operator seat of heavy equipment.
A dump truck driver could observe behind the truck to line up his position before dumping the load. ...comfortably observe behind vehicles, inside truck hoppers, livestock pens, inside bins, around hunting blinds etc...
Farmers with back impairments utilize Equipment Camera Systems to watch hay baler intakes, tillage tools and other pulled implements so they do not need to be twisted around in the tractor seat for hours on end while working in the fields.
Impaired depth perception is one of the greatest limitations when a worker loses vision in an eye, and the Equipment Camera System can help regain some of that. Farmers with visual impairments can mount a Equipment Camera System on a tractor to focus on the hitch to help align implements with the draw bar or three point arms. They can also use a Equipment Camera System to watch the far edges of wide implements to keep from striking obstacles such as fences or trees around field edges.