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Target Blu Eye

Brand:
Target
Model:
Blu Eye
Type:
Radar detection
Our Price:
£799.99
Target Blu Eye

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Item Description & Details

  • Target Blu Eye Approved Retailer
  • BEING OF ASSISTANCE TO EMERGENCY SERVICES
  • Free professional and discreet installation throughout Sussex, Kent, Surrey, Hampshire, Middlesex, London, Essex, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Please call 01293 533941 for details.
  • Now Includes Hidden Bumper Aerial
DON'T BE SURPRISED!

GET REAL TIME WARNINGS FOR APPROACHING EMERGENCY VEHICLES.

See the Blu Eye in action

Target Blu Eye is a unique and worldwide patented traffic safety system that warns you in advance for approaching emergency service vehicles. Even if the vehicle is not using its siren and flashing lights. Due to Target Blu Eye you will be warned with an acoustic and visual alert. The signal strength meter on the control display allows you to see at first glance whether an emergency vehicle is approaching you or moving away from you.

Target Blu Eye: an eye for safety

Target Blu Eye is based on TETRA technology, in the UK known as Airwave Network which is widely used for the communication between different emergency services. Due to this highly advanced technology, Target Blu Eye is able to warn you in advance for approaching emergency services, such as;

  • Police Cars (marked and unmarked)
  • Police Motorcycles
  • Ambulances
  • Fire Engines
  • Due to Target Blu Eye you will increase your own safety, the safety of other drivers and the safety of the emergency services.

    The Advantages of Target Blu Eye

  • Warns you in advance for approaching emergency services such as marked and unmarked police cars, ambulances and fire engines
  • Prevents unpredictable and dangerous manoeuvres
  • Increases your own safety and the safety of other road users
  • Prevents material damage and personal injuries
  • Allows a faster lane for emergency vehicles
  • Indicates whether an emergency service vehicle is approaching you or moving away from you
  • Increases a relaxed and comfortable way of driving
  • Extremely user friendly
  • Compact sized and easy to install
  • Two years warranty
  • WHAT’S TETRA?

    TETRA stands for Terrestrial Trunked Radio, a digital standard for radio communication drafted by the ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute). TETRA technology is used by emergency services in almost all European countries. Besides that, TETRA is also being used for civil purposes (i.e. transport). However, the frequencies for civil use differ from the frequencies used for emergency services. Therefore Target Blu-Eye does not recognize TETRA signals from civil use.

    TETRA IN EUROPE

    The TETRA network for emergency services is used in almost all European countries, i.e. The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Great Britain, Germany (completely rolled out mid 2014), Austria, Scandinavia, Portugal, Hungary, Italy and parts of the Czech Rebublic. All European TETRA networks for emergency services operate on the same frequencies and thus will be detected by Target Blu Eye in most cases.

    MANY ACCIDENTS BY EMERGENCY SERVICES

    All over Europe, accidents with emergency vehicles happen on a daily basis. On estimate on a yearly basis hundreds of thousands of accidents occur between emergency vehicles and other road users in Europe. These accidents lead to thousands of casualties, tens of fatal accidents and hundreds of millions of Euros of material damage and personal injuries.
    European statistics with regard to the number of accidents with emergency vehicles are not available. But in The Netherlands, for example, police vehicles were involved in almost 20,000 accidents in the period 2008-2009. The estimated material damage and personal injuries was over 50 millionEuros. Dutch statistics about car accidents with ambulances and fire engines are unknown. However, accidents with these emergency vehicles also happen every day. (source: Algemeen Dagblad 2010).
    Statistics showed that in 2012 in the UK 2,015 casualties were related to accidents where police vehicles had been involved. In the period 2007-2012, 137 fatalities were registered due to accidents with police cars. (Source: Independent Police Complaints Commission).

    See the Blu Eye in action