ADAS dual Dash Cam

Date Time: April 22, 2024
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Dual In-Car Cameras with WiFi/GPS/ADAS/CLOUD, featuring 1080p + Parking Mode, equipped with sensors, WDR technology, and a 140° field of view. With this in-car camera system, you'll obtain driving records of the vehicle's front, interior, and rear. The front camera provides 1080p video resolution, along with one camera recording the vehicle's interior and another positioned to capture events occurring behind the vehicle (rear camera).

 ADAS dual Dash Cam

A unique dual full HD camera system with an external rear camera, tracking GPS location in real-time via the cloud.


Cloud Support

Fleet management system utilizes proprietary CLOUD technology for remote monitoring. The storage capacity exceeds the limits of conventional dashcam storage cards. Live streaming - Real-time GPS tracking monitors driver behavior and checks vehicle status in real-time. Our dashcam is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Always stay informed about your vehicle's location, monitor traffic, and follow the driver's routes without the need for physical inspection. The primary function is to track motor vehicles, whether cars or trucks. If the vehicle is online, its current location will be displayed on the map, allowing you to continue tracking its route. If it goes offline, its last known location will be shown. Once the trip is archived, you can see its movement on the map. Through a detailed schedule, you can view the specific time, location, and address of the vehicle at that time.


High-Quality HDR

Activating HDR eliminates light blur during driving and displays clear recording quality under various lighting conditions. Using HDR in dark tunnels adjusts light reflections to make the image clearly visible. Proper adjustment of sunlight when passing through glaring paths makes surrounding objects clear and non-blurry.


ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System)

ADAS is a safety driving assistance system designed to create a safe driving environment.


FVSA – Forward Vehicle Start Alert. When the distance from the stationary vehicle ahead exceeds 2 meters (indicating the vehicle has moved), the LCD screen displays the vehicle icon and emits an alert tone.


FCWS - Forward Collision Warning System. When the distance from the vehicle ahead is short, the speed is high, and there is a sudden sharp decrease. A collision warning icon with a warning will appear.


LDWS - Lane Departure Warning System. If you deviate from the lane during driving, yellow or red lines will be displayed, accompanied by a warning sound. This notification only works when the speed exceeds your set limit. Lane detection points, forward exits, and collision warning icons are only visible when the LCD screen is active. ADAS settings can only be adjusted after connecting the GPS antenna.


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New H.265 Video Compression

The in-car camera is equipped with new H.265 compression, ensuring recordings are saved in smaller sizes. Recordings made with this compression will occupy 30% less space on the storage card, while maintaining image quality. Thus, compared to older H.264 compression, the storage card can record more recordings.


Dash Cam Q&A

Are fleet dash cams legal?

Fleet dash cams are legal in most regions, but specific regulations vary by country. Some areas may have specific requirements for the use and data protection of the dash cam. It is recommended to consult with the relevant local agencies before installation and abide by relevant regulations.

How do fleet dash cams work?

Fleet dash cams are usually installed inside vehicles and collect driving data through cameras and other sensors. They record video, sound, GPS location, vehicle speed, and more and store it on the device or in the cloud. These data can be used to analyze driving behavior, map driving paths, replay accidents, and more.

Fleet dash cam solution

You can refer to "Fleet Management Solutions" to understand the management system solutions of yuweitek trucks, buses, school buses, buses, taxis and other fleets.


Which fleets are dash cams suitable for?

Trucks, school buses, buses, passenger cars, sanitation vehicles, online car-hailing, taxis, muck trucks, fire trucks, etc.
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