Scosche announces smart dash cam that saves your commute in the cloud
Imagine if your dash cam automatically started recording when you drove, sharing your commute directly to a secure and reliable cloud?
Imagine having a dash cam with a 140-degree wide-angle lens that works alongside accelerometer sensors to detect road accidents immediately when they happen?
Imagine just having a terrifically safe and practical dash cam?
Introducing the Full HD Dash Cam – Powered by Nexar™ from Sosche, a dash cam that'll add an additional layer of safety thanks to it's efficient pairing with the Nexar app. Not only is this dash cam ready to record, but it also allows your car to join the truly first crowdsourced vehicle-to-vehicle safety network.
Using your smartphone, the Nexar app records your drive and automatically saves it to the Nexar cloud. If you ever get into an accident, the camera's sharp and durable camera can record what happened, allowing you to share a detailed report with the authorities or insurance companies. Plus in the event of a recordable moment, a touch "event" allows you to store specific lengths and chunks of footage.
The Full HD Dash Cam – Powered by Nexar™ is both easy to install, and comes with 24/7 technical support in case there are any issues with the cam.
When will this camera be available? Well the Full HD Dash Cam – Powered by Nexar™ won't come out until spring 2019, so you'll have to drive safe on these icy winter road for now.
What do you think?
Are you a fan of a dash cam that automatically shares and saves footage to the cloud? Are there any other particular devices and gadgets at CES 2019 that you've been interested in? Let us know exactly what you think in the comments down below!
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What would pricing be for this?
Scosche hasn't announced pricing and availability yet. We'll be sure to let you know when they do.