ASL360 is a HGV and bus blindspot camera offering a birds' eye view for drivers, making it more likely that drivers will spot cyclists. The camera has been available from ASL Vision since 2010 and will now make an appearance on a stand at the London Cycle Show, starting on 17th January. This will also be the launchpad for Team ASL360, a new cycle team.
The ASL360 surround view system uses multiple ultrawide-angle cameras mounted on the front, sides and rear of the vehicle. The basic version uses up to six cameras to provide surround and local side views, whilst the enhanced version uses up to 12 cameras.
ASL Vision is also lead sponsort of Team ASL360, a UK-based development team consisting of ten junior riders and seventeen adults.Article continues below