North West based Vision Techniques is leasing of its vehicle safety technology to councils and private companies.
Online PR News – 23-March-2011 – – Vehicle safety specialist, Vision Techniques, is making superior technology easier to access by leasing out its products.
The company’s entire range of innovative vehicle safety and security equipment can now be acquired through a Specialist Lease Finance provider, a company which leases assets out to businesses and organisations.
Market leading Blue Chip companies and local authorities use Vision Techniques’ vehicle safety and security products. Its vast range includes reversing cameras, digital video recorders, RFID vehicle management, radars detection and automatic braking systems.
By teaming up with a finance provider, Vision Techniques’ has made this cutting-edge equipment easier to access on a limited budget – with little to pay up front and predictable monthly payments. More importantly, many of Vision Techniques’ products offer massive cost benefits and therefore the cost of leasing the equipment would be of a lower cost than those incurred due to not having the equipment installed.
Andrew Kelly, of Vision Techniques, said: “We work in a very flexible way and offer bespoke solutions to meet customer’s exact requirements. This flexibility has been extended to our leasing packages where we can provide various term lengths, lifetime support and title transfer.
“By leasing out our vehicle safety and security equipment we can help more companies and organisations protect operatives, assets and the public.
“Using a combination of reversing cameras, vehicle management systems and mobile CCTV, vehicle operators can be completely aware
of potential problems.”
Some of the Products include Zonesafe II - a multifunctional device that controls everything from who operates the vehicle to the level of fuel used - Banksman Radar and Auto Braking - which warns the driver of obstacles while reversing and brakes if necessary - and VT-Live.
VT ‘Live’ gives operators the chance to review incidents immediately - because the vehicle operator can simply press an ‘alert button’, which sends an e-mail or text message back to base.
Vision Techniques supplies these products to local authorities, as well as private companies.
For more information visit http://www.vision-techniques.com.