-Connected, adjustable rugged camera may see blind spots when trailering, parking, or maneuvering traffic lanes with extended vehicles
At CES 2021, Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America (Panasonic Automotive), a tier one global automotive supplier, announces its first fully wireless Wi-Fi camera, offering convenience, durability, and increased ease for recreational hauling.
Panasonic's new camera technology combines best-in-class video resolution, ruggedness, and connectivity to ease the burden of navigating trailer hook-ups, lane changes, positioning, and monitoring cargo for millions of recreational trailer and camper owners. The easy-to-use, adjustable camera delivers customizable views, notifications, and controls conveniently into the vehicle's existing infotainment display via Wi-Fi.
"Towing anything when your vehicle's back up camera is blocked by the trailer can be a dangerous challenge for recreational enthusiasts and equipment hauling businesses," said Andrew Poliak, Chief Technology Officer for Panasonic Automotive. "We are excited to launch our new Wi-Fi camera, leveraging our deep roots in optics technology, expertise in vehicle integration, and our relationships with OEM partners to help make trailering activities less burdensome and may even be safer for everyone on the road."
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