Does DVS apply on M25?

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London is committed to urban safety with new legislation, the Direct Vision Standard (DVS), which will require all goods vehicles over 12 tons, including vehicles from outside the UK, to enter the M25 (the equivalent of Madrid’s M50) with a special mandatory permit.  From March 1, when it comes into force, vehicles without this permit will be liable to fines of £550 for the company and £130 for the driver of the vehicle. Cameras with automatic license plate recognition will be in charge of detecting the vehicles and the permit will be checked against the Transport of London database. This surveillance will be maintained twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

In order to obtain the special permit, the vehicle must meet a minimum number of direct vision requirements, which will be assessed by means of a star rating (0-5). This rating will be provided by the manufacturer and will be based on how the vehicle leaves the production line without taking into account any safety systems installed afterwards. Companies that do not meet the minimum requirements will therefore be forced to install additional indirect vision devices in their vehicles.  The DVS objectively measures how much a driver can see from the cab relative to other road users. The DVS is reported with a star rating from zero (poor) to five (excellent), indicating the level of risk to vulnerable road users. The vehicle manufacturer will issue a star rating for each vehicle.

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Samworth Brothers Supply Chain added the first LNG-powered trucks to its fleet, following a four-week trial with a demo vehicle provided by local Volvo Trucks dealer. The logistics arm of the refrigeration specialist takes delivery of six new Volvo FM LNG units with Globetrotter cabs, each of which meets Transport for London’s three-star Direct Vision Standard (DVS) rating.

Volvo achieved impressive visibility with its next-generation FM cab thanks to large windows, narrower and higher A-pillars, lower door lines and excellent side mirrors. The new FMs were ordered ex-factory with Volvo’s Drive ++ package, Living package and Media package with navigation to ensure a superior onboard experience for the driver.

Four of the new trucks operate from the customer’s Leicester site and will be delivered to regional distribution centers within the M25 route, refueling at Gasrec’s DIRFT (Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal) location. The remaining two trucks will operate from Avonmouth and refuel at the customer’s on-site facility.

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Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a mechanism for supplying power to network devices using the same cable used for network traffic.PoE technology allows devices that require power, called powered devices (PDs), such as IP phones, wireless access points and network cameras, to receive both power and data over the same existing infrastructure at the same time, without the need for any infrastructure upgrades.

With IEEE 802.3af PoE, the power supply equipment provides a maximum power of 15.4 W per port, but some of this power will be lost using twisted-pair cable, so the maximum guaranteed power for the powered device is only 12.95 W.

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The IEEE 802.3af standard also specifies different power levels for PoE devices, known as power classes.If the power supply equipment supports this power classification, the amount of power delivered to each port is automatically matched to the power class (1-4) of the powered device being connected. Class 0 is the default and provides a maximum of 15.4 W. Classes 1-3 provide lower power than the default class, while Class 4 provides more power, but is only available for IEEE 802.3af compliant powered devices.

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