DashCam – ADAS with GPS Tracking
The blog discusses the benefits of installing a DashCam with ADAS and GPS tracking in vehicles. It explains how such a system can help Fleet Owners and individual drivers in various ways, such as providing video evidence in case of accidents, warning drivers of potential dangers on the road, and providing real-time location tracking through a cloud-connected system. Additionally, it highlights the importance of night vision and GPS data in ensuring safety and accuracy in insurance claims.
The safety systems in the transportation sector are continuously evolving so that Fleet Owners can foresee the incidents of Vehicle crashes. For that we help you by developing Adaptive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to make the driving experience safer and more automated.
Imagine you came to know that your vehicle got involved in collision incident and immediately you are loaded with lots of questions like,
- What happened to the Driver?
- How much asset loss has occurred?
- How much damage happened to the vehicle?
- How much will the Repair Cost?
- Who is responsible for the accident?
- What could instead have been done to prevent conflict?
You can get answers for all your questions in one word “Dashcam”. If you install a DashCam in your vehicle, you can find who caused the accident and the collision event will be recorded as video evidence to prove your driver’s innocence in case he is not responsible for the accident and can avoid a huge cost as you can claim your insurance in an easy way.
If an unfortunate event happens, you need eyes in your truck and surrounding it. Even advanced vehicles with many security systems would miss the whole image and the possibility of avoiding dangers in the future without a video-based camera system.
An ADAS dashcam screens the driver’s behaviour to another level. As the name indicates, technologies are used in advanced driver support systems to deliver security features typically seen. It transcends the security function of a standard dashcam and helps increase safety by developing improved behaviour and identifying road dangers considerably.
The ADAS system warns the driver in mandatory conditions. If the driver seems preoccupied, he might not maintain an eye on the road. The Alerts and Warnings you can get include: warning of collision ahead, alert lane departure and start of vehicle, all of which rely on GPS.
If an incident occurs, GPS might be necessary. It offers important information such as route names and the location of other vehicles during an incident. This might be beneficial following an incident on an unknown route, with details that are frequently hard to remember.
Depending on the user option, GPS will also indicate the travelled speed, either in mph or km/h. In case of an accident this might also be useful information. The images display speed limit indicators and road names when replay, to support the driver’s case and to establish that it was not a fault. GPS satellites may frequently give better precision information when driving.
Night Vision in DashCam
Night Vision’ is a feature of a dashcam which we’re frequently looking for. The use of Dashcam is obviously more desired if extremely detailed and gives better recordings in low light settings. You can identify the person who scratched your vehicle or punctured your tyres at night will be identified.
Night vision on a dashcam is difficult since night vision is not only an on and off mechanism in the menu (although some manufacturers may trust you). Good night views depend on several variables, the most significant being both the picture sensor and the chip. It’s not a simple undertaking to determine if a dashcam has night vision.
GPS in Cloud Connected DashCam
Incorporation of the cloud connection into the GPS module tracking, DashCam will help fleet managers to locate the real time location of the vehicle through mobile phone. The position, speed, and navigation of your Vehicle are shown at the Google Maps display on your DashCam, captured by the built-in GPS antenna.
GPS is not necessary when the situation is clear and easy. If someone enters your way while you are driving a vehicle, the recorded video shows as evidence. But the incident won’t go like that in many cases.
When it comes to insurance claims following traffic accidents, you can never predict what will happen. You may use the data to demonstrate where you were and when you are by providing GPS data as it doesn’t lie. For example, to prevent you from an unlimited speed penalty, you can employ GPS speed information.GPS may speed up possible claims by revealing the time, date, speed, location and direction of the crash.