A good example is a wheel loader backing up in a quarry or around a crushing
plant. Many operators confirmed the lack of visibility behind them,
even using their mirrors.
Mining trucks backing up in the blasted area can avoid sharp rocks damaging tires, thus saving thousands of dollars in new tires.
Concrete trucks backing up often can be very dangerous and cause injury to citizens & workers nearby. A Track-Vision camera reduces operator blind spots and protects you better against a fatality.
Other applications of cameras are used for precision work. As an example, an excavator operator using a camera on the dipper stick looking at the digging area when visibility is difficult, becomes very handy.
Demolition applications with an excavator using a concrete pulverizer at the end of the dipper stick, gives the operator a better understanding of the structure to be torn down.