Rosco On-Board Cameras, Back-Up Monitors and Sensors
|Founded in 1907, Rosco, based in Jamaica, N.Y., is one of
North America’s leading suppliers of backup camera systems,
mirrors, visors, and other visual safety solutions to the
worldwide commercial vehicle market. For over a century,
Rosco’s vision has remained exceptionally clear. HC
Global is proud to be a Rosco authorized dealer and extend
another great product line to the commercial truck market,
bus lines and public safety.
Rosco engineers and manufactures visual safety systems for all types of commercial fleet vehicles. The company is the largest supplier of mirror systems to the North American school bus market, selling to all major OEMs and parts distributors including Navistar/IC Corp., Freightliner/Thomas Built, Blue Bird, AM General, and many others.
Rosco products are designed from real-world knowledge of the challenges that today’s drivers face out on the open road. But that’s not all. Rosco Vision systems are also designed to help fleet managers run a more efficient operation, fully compliant with all safety rules, regulations, and legislation.
The truck and van industry knows Rosco through the many products provided to companies like Paccar, Mack, Morgan Olson, Oshkosh, and Utilimaster, who manufacture vehicles for such notable fleets as UPS, Federal Express, United States Postal Service, the Canada Post, and others.
Rosco is renowned for its strong design engineering focus and custom product development. The mission of Rosco Vision systems is to develop high quality products that function flawlessly for the life of the vehicle and provide a level of service and support that our customers have come to expect. Contact us to let us show you how we can make your vehicle safer.
School Bus Safety
Rosco is fully committed to engineering and manufacturing the highest quality school bus safety systems to provide the optimum level of protection for drivers and their precious cargo.
Beginning with a school bus camera, drivers get the best possible view of everything going on behind the rear of the bus. It’s in this danger zone where accidents occur in just a split second’s time. Vehicles creep into the bus’ blind spot, or children move perilously behind the bus. A bus camera and monitor can effectively prevent accidents by keeping the rear of the vehicle in full view. Dual-Vision recording cameras capture all the actions of the driver and students inside and 310° around the bus.
Rear View Cameras for Trucks and Commercial Vehicles
From unfinished roads at worksites to the constant loading/unloading cycle, work trucks get their share of wear and tear. This poses many challenges for truck fleet management, including driver safety and fleet efficiency.
Rosco is in the business of engineering and manufacturing visual safety solutions for commercial fleet vehicles. Backup cameras for trucks are some of our best sellers and most useful products. With a full safety system, work trucks are equipped with a camera and monitor that gives drivers a view of the rear of their truck. Upgrade to multi-camera inputs and a streaming audio feed to increase safety, as drivers maximize on awareness in the dangerous blind spots of large work trucks.
Special extension arms and camera mounts position cameras in the optimal place, and versatile monitor mounts make it possible to mount the unit wherever it’s most convenient—dashboard, windshield, overhead. Discover what Rosco systems can do for your fleet in terms of accident reduction and increased efficiency.
There is never a moment to waste for emergency response vehicles. Every second counts, and increasing the response time to the scene of an emergency, no matter how minutely, makes all the difference. Rosco engineers and manufactures visual safety equipment designed to give emergency response vehicles additional safety tools to improve efficiency and reduce accidents.
We specialize in backup camera systems for emergency vehicles and Dual-Vision vehicle camera recording devices. Using backup camera systems, firefighters and EMS personnel can see the area immediately behind their vehicles and/or to the left and right sides. This is a huge asset when responding to a scene where unorganized crowds gather and anyone or anything can slip into the danger zone of the vehicle’s blind spots.
A Dual-Vision camera system captures 310° of video footage of the area in and outside of emergency response vehicles. This footage becomes indispensible for training and can help managers keep track of their drivers’ performance.