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The greater London Direct Vision Standard

Achieve DVS safety compliance with WEBFLEET and partner integ­ra­tions.

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As part of the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and safety permit for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) to operate in Greater London, all vehicles must meet a minimum star rating of one star (increasing to a minimum of three stars in 2024). Zero rated vehicles must be fitted with various mitigating safety features, including a fully operational camera monitoring system fitted to the nearside. WEBFLEET.connect partner integ­ra­tions allow fleet operators to choose from a range of trusted partner solutions, combining more telematics and safety features with our award-winning platform to help you comply with the Direct Vision Standard (DVS).

How WEBFLEET can help with DVS compliance

Integrate cameras, active monitoring sensors, vehicle checks, and telematics all under one roof.

Choose from a range of tried and tested .connect partner solutions.

Comply with nearside live monitoring required for a Direct Vision Standard (DVS) star rating.

Combine WEBFLEET award-winning GPS data with video footage for incident reporting.

Utilise in-cab devices for video feeds and indic­at­or-on situations.

Cloud-based storage and security for both telematics and video data.

Key telematics and safety features

Blind spot vision

Our integrated camera partners can aid blind spot vision and help operators to comply with the Direct Vision standard (DVS). Multiple camera systems and in-cab monitors are available to aid the driver’s in-cab vision without obstructing their view out of the windscreen. Live camera footage from the vehicle can also be streamed to HQ for added peace of mind.

Blind spot vision for Direct Vision Standard compliance
Active monitoring system for Direct Vision Standard compliance

Active monitoring system

Our camera solutions partners can include side sensors to detect if a pedestrian, cyclist or motor­cyclist is alongside the vehicle, alerting the driver to their presence. Recorded ‘event’ footage can be sent to the fleet manager for an instant assessment of the situation.

Vehicle DVS compliance checks

The Direct Vehicle Standard legislation mandates that regular vehicle checks take place to ensure that all equipment installed to meet the DVS criteria is functional and in the correct place. WEBFLEET works with select partners to offer custom­isable integrated vehicle check applic­a­tions, helping fleets to maintain DVS compliance.

Vehicle DVS compliance checks
Vehicle management and location reporting for the Direct Vision Standard

Vehicle management and location reporting

Identifying vehicles moving in and out of the DVS zone can be a challenge for fleet operators. With WEBFLEET’s award-winning tracking and vehicle data you can easily identify which vehicles are moving within the affected area and act accordingly. Geo-fencing can automat­ically alert operators and our cloud-based platform keeps your data secure and accessible wherever you are.

Our Direct Vision Standard (DVS) partners

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See how WEBFLEET and partner integ­ra­tions can help you to achieve DVS compliance

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