CES 2019: Scosche's Full HD Dash Cam Works With Crowdsourcing

Christine Persaud

Published: 01/07/2019 10:00:01 AM EST in CES 2019

CES 2019: Scosche's Full HD Dash Cam Works With Crowdsourcing

Scosche Industries has introduced its Full HD Dash Cam, which is powered by Nexar, and allows a vehicle to become connected, contributing valuable information about cities and highways that other drivers can access.

When paired with a smartphone and the free (for iOS and Android) Nexar app, you can record your drives and store important vehicular events to the Nexar Cloud. In the event of an accident, a detailed insurance report can be generated and submitted directly to participating insurance companies.

With its 140-degree wide-angle lens and Sony low-light image sensor, the Dash Cam, together with a smartphone and the Nexar app, allows any vehicle to join the first crowdsourced Vehicle-to-Vehicle safety network.

When connected to the Scosche Dash Cam, the app runs in the background, so the smartphone can be used for other purposes. The camera begins recording automatically when you start to drive and stops when you do. It features a capacitive-touch "event" button to mark significant events and footage. The app also uses sensors in the phone and the camera's 3-Axis accelerometer to detect and record accidents.

The camera is easy to install without the need for a professional, and comes with detailed instructions and all tools and ties, as well as a cable and charger. The system also includes 24/7 Technical Support.

The Scosche Full HD Dash Cam - Powered by Nexar will be available Spring 2019.

Article Tags:  scosche, full hd dash cam, nexar, crowdsourcing, driving, car tech, automotive tech, ces 2019


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