Driver assistance systems and collision awareness systems from SICK support drivers in critical situations. The system immediately detects the risk if the vehicle comes close to personnel, infrastructure or other vehicles. Driver assistance systems also help drivers to carry out difficult and monotonous tasks effectively.
Operator assistance for underground mining vehicles
Front and rear-end tunnel collision warning
Corner cutting and over shooting warning
Active assistance for maneuvering in confined spaces – displays the tunnel wall outline
Visual feedback (touch screen operator display) and audible alarm
Open interface to fleet management / dispatch systems & event logging
Full functional operation across speed range (0...vmax)
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SICK Pty Ltd | Sensors, Safety Systems & Automatic Identification
SICK is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sensors, safety systems and automatic identification products for Factory Automation, Logistic Automation and Process Automation applications. Whether automating factories or optimising distribution centres, or monitoring emissions from a stack, SICK provides cost-effective solutions.
Our company has pioneered a long line of industry firsts – such as the first safety light curtain, the first colour sensor, and many more. These innovations provide solutions to virtually every industry application.
SICK Pty Ltd was established in Australia as a wholly owned subsidiary of SICK AG, Germany in September 1982 with our New Zealand Sales Office established in March 1998. Our position as market leader for sensors has been built and continues to be built on the reputation of the quality of our products and our know-how to solve complex applications.
Our parent company, SICK AG was founded in 1946, and has grown a global presence with almost 50 national and international subsidiaries and sales offices. SICK currently employs more than 5,000 employees worldwide.