Novus CCTV for your car
The Novus Eye Plus records driving status and when the car accident occurs, it saves the recording data from before and after the accident as a video & Audio file into a SD Memory Card.
See our videos below for what you can expect to record.
Built-in G Sensor & Impact Sensor
Novus Eye Plus has G Sensor and Impact Sensor and saves information of all the necessary data on the shock applied to the vehicle during the driving.
Optional Second Camera available
For recording the rear of the cabin for a taxi for example
Full Time Driving Record
Novus Eye Plus will support recordings of up to 64Gb hours successively based on 16GB SD Memory capacity.
The video file recorded and saved into SD Card could be played through any visual device, like Navigation system, TV and PC.
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) Function Camera
The Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) function of a camera is intended to provide clear images even under back light circumstances where intensity of illumination can vary excessively. The WDR allows a camera to filter the intense back light surrounding a subject and thus enhances the ability to distinguish features and shapes on the subject. With traditional CMOS camera technology when a vehicle leaves a tunnel, you will see the background washed out during day time. The Novus Eye Plus is using WDR Function Camera and solves this issue.
Road Eye Software
When you remove the SD Card and plug it into the computer you can then simply analyse how the accident has occurred with the Road Eye software. This software will allow you to watch back on the event, collecting vital information about your speed and location. A built in Google Map will show you the journey on the road while on playback and will allow you to find your exact location.
1. Playback Display
2. Slide Bar
3. G-Sensor Graph
4. Playback List
5. Google Map
6. Speed and Compass
7. Additional Information Display (GPS/ G-Sensor Data)
Please check out our demonstration videos below of the Novus system on a PC and what you would expect to record, but hopefully not!