Shanghai’s buses first appeared in 1922. At that time, Xinshen, a British Chinese businessman, bought two Hawker buses from Germany. Since its development, Shanghai Bus Group has 1,675 operating vehicles, of which 1,113 conventionally powered vehicles, accounting for 66.45%; 493 electric vehicles, accounting for 29.43%, and 69 hybrid vehicles, accounting for 4.12%. Covering the whole city of Shanghai
Shanghai Bus Group recently reached a renovation plan with local MDD dealers to install Brvision’s bus safety equipment for their fleets, including rear-view systems, camera monitoring systems, ultrasonic obstacle detection systems, and reversing warning alarm systems.
"Passenger and vehicle safety is our main goal, and we will continue to promote this goal, which is why we chose to use our local MDD dealers and Brvision to advance. This is the level of customer service we are looking for and they can provide"
"As our drivers spend more and more time driving in crowded roads and cities, Brvision camera monitoring system will provide drivers with unparalleled vehicle vision and peace of mind"
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