Target Blu Eye

CBS Automotive have been appointed the UK distributors for a unique safety product Target Blu Eye!

Target Blu Eye is an unique and worldwide patented traffic safety system that warns you in time for approaching emergency vehicles. Even if such a vehicle is not using it's siren and flashing lights. Thanks to Target Blu Eye you will be warned by audible and visible alerts

Target Blu Eye: an eye for safety

Target Blu Eye is based on TETRA Technology (in the UK: O2 Airwave) that is widely used for the communication network between the different emergency services in most European countries. Thanks to this highly advanced technology Target Blu Eye is able to warn you in time for approaching emergency services, like: The innovative and new traffic safety system Target Blu Eye, consists of a central unit, a control display and an external antenna. The system is based on TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) technology. If an emergency vehicle, f.e. a police car, is nearby, you will be warned in time by an audible and visible alert. The signal strength meter on the control display allows you to see at the first glance if an emergency vehicle is approaching or travelling away from you. The detection range of Target Blu Eye varies from some hundred meters to about one kilometer. The range depends on the selected sensitivity mode and the traffic situation.

Quick Price Quote

Get a quick price quote for a Road Safety Products installation:

Get a Quick Price Quote for Road Safety Products Installation

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Once you have submitted your request, we will contact you (usually within 24 hours) with a discounted price quote.

Target Blu Eye

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