||FRONT (ADAS): 1/2.7" 5 MP CMOS
IN-CABIN (DSC): 1/2.8" 2 MP CMOS
|Maximum Resoures Main Stream
||5MP at 20fps (ADAS) + 1080P at 20fps (DSC) + 1080P at 20fps (AHD) + 1080P at 20fps (IPC)
||4 × CIF at 30fps
|Field of View (FOV)
||FRONT: H: 103° V: 71°
IN-CABIN: H: 148° V: 82° D: 169°
||2 × microSD slots (256 GB max. each) for 512 GB for hundreds of hours of video
||1 SIM Card slot, Machine-to-Machine (M2M). An activated M2M SIM card needs to be supplied by customer.
||Integrated microphone (in-cabin camera only)
|Video / Audio Output
||4-channel video (default: 2 channels; extended: 2 channels) + 1-channel audio
||1 × RS232, 2 × IO alarm input, 1 × CAN, 1 × speed
||GPS L1 (1575.42 MHz), BDS B1 (1561.098MHz), GALILEO E1B/C1, GLONASS L1OF (1602MHz) SBAS: WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN
||HTTP, TCP, ARP, UDP, FTP, DHCP, DNS, IPV4, NTP
||2.4 G and 5.8 G (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac)
||9 ~ 36V DC
||≤ 11.5 W (<8 W typical)
||-40° F ~ 158° F (-40° C ~ 70° C)
|Dimensions (W × H × D)
||4.76 × 5.3 × 1.9 inches
||Emark, CE-EMC, FCC-ID, PTCRB, ROHS, REACH, EN50155, AT&T, Verizon, CE-RED, UKCA
||Transport & Logistics
||Fleet managers can use live video feeds to monitor drivers' behavior and cargo in real time, ensuring safe and efficient operations.
||Police and Emergency Services
||Police, fire, and ambulance services can use live feeds to understand the situation they are responding to better, improving the effectiveness of their response.
||Live feeds can be used for remote control or observation of self-driving vehicles during testing or troubleshooting.
||News organizations can live-stream from vehicles during breaking news events, protests, or weather emergencies.
||Buses, trams, and trains could provide live video feeds to monitor passenger behavior and safety.
||Military & Defense
||Military operations could utilize live video feeds for surveillance or operational planning.
||Delivery companies can use this feature for real-time tracking and ensuring the security of their deliveries.
||Live feeds can assist in monitoring towing processes and ensuring safety regulations are followed.
||Waste Management Services
||This technology could be used to monitor collection routes and identify any issues or missed collections.
||This could be used for safety monitoring and dispute resolution.
||Live feeds from trucks can help monitor the progress of site work or the transport of expensive materials.
||For covering live events such as parades, races, or festivals from unique perspectives.
||In motor sports, cameras can be mounted on cars for live feeds, providing a driver's perspective to viewers.
||Vehicles equipped with cameras in wildlife reserves can provide valuable data to researchers and also offer live experiences to viewers worldwide.
||Surveillance and Security
||For private security companies monitoring large areas like shopping centers, industrial complexes, or residential communities.
||In the remote operation of heavy machinery, live feeds are beneficial.
||For capturing dynamic shots in motion picture production.
||Utility and telecom companies can monitor field service work in real time.
||Live feeds from vehicles could be used to monitor environmental changes or disaster areas.
||Armored Transportation Services
||Live feeds from armored trucks allow for real-time surveillance and monitoring of the truck's surroundings and improve safety of the driver and armored guards.
||Student School Bus Transportation
||Live feeds and real-time monitoring of the road, driver, interior and exterior surroundings help improve safety of the students and driver.