Polaroid today said it would launch automobile dash cameras at the CES 2015 in Las Vegas.
For drivers, Polaroid dashcams provide documentation of events that occur on the road, acting as a personal eyewitness. It offers added safety features, warning systems, and an extra level of security for drivers.
Drivers can utilize the dashcam to capture the unexpected when behind the wheel. Drivers can share these moments with others through their social channels and back up their images.
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Polaroid President and CEO Scott W Hardy said: “With the average American spending more than 30 hours a year in traffic and about 5.4 million vehicle accidents annually, we saw the need to provide consumers with a dashcam that is designed to ensure their safety while in their vehicles.”
This apart, Polaroid’s in-vehicle dashcams records in full 1080p HD to capture any incident to protect drivers in the event of an accident and to document what actually happened for insurance purposes.
Polaroid’s in-vehicle dashcams features a built-in G-sensor that saves a recording when a collision is detected, and a GPS tracker records the location and speed, providing accurate data when an event occurs.
The company said select models include added safety features such as a lane departure warning system, front collision warning system and speed limit indicator to help prevent incidents from occurring.