• VMS Auto Braking System

    We have been fitting auto braking systems on wheeled loaders since 1987.

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    VMS Auto Braking System
  • Banksman

    This is available as a warning system or automatic braking system for refuse trucks.

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    Banksman
  • Sensor Vision

    Sensor Vision warning system is fitted to all types of mobile plant.

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    Sensor Vision
  • Easy Set up

    Custom detection area can be simply programmed into the radar using the graphical user interface.

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    Easy Set up
  • Watch our Video

    Play the video to see how our system operates and how easy it is to set up.

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Ogden Safety Systems Ltd was founded in 1981 in response to a number of fatalities in open pit mining in the UK. Since then we have constantly developed our anti collision systems, applying state of the art techniques to the design of our radars and control systems.

Ogden radars are used in a wide range of applications and industries. Our approach is one of continuous development, building on our years of experience and taking advantage developments in microwave components and digital signal processing.

Successful collision prevention requires careful assessment of the collision risk and also the risk of unwanted alarms. Excessive detection of objects which do not present a collision risk can totally undermine the effectiveness of the system. Ogden products are supported by user friendly software to ensure that the installation can be tailored precisely to suit each application.

In the new Ogden Multibeam Radar the antennae have been carefully designed to minimise the difference in detection of large and small objects. The new radar has also been designed to meet the EN 300 440 power limit of 25 mW e.i.r.p., as well as offering increased dynamic range.

Ogden Safety Systems Ltd remains dedicated to the development and manufacture of anti collision systems. We have unrivalled experience in creating effective solutions in applications across industry, solutions which recognise that unwanted alarms can completely undermine the effectiveness of any system.

As part of our continuous development we are currently developing a 24 GHz version of our Multibeam radar to allow us to tackle markets in countries which do not allows 13 GHz radars.