After experiencing 2 car break-ins in San Francisco in the last 3 years, I was desperate for a security camera designed for my car the next time I dare to street park in the City by the Bay.
And I’m not alone. Every year, one in two American families are impacted by crashes, dents, dings, traffic stops or auto break-ins, at a cost of more than $82 billion in loss and damages.
But today, my dream finally came true today with the launch of the Owl Cam, the first-ever wireless security camera specially designed for the car, that also acts as a user-friendly dash camera with a storage capacity of up to 24 hours of high-definition (HD) video.
Dual-facing camera, touchscreen, LTE modem, motion detectors, intercom speaker, LED floodlights
When driving, the dual-facing HD cameras capture what happens on the road, both inside and outside of the car – day or night – and you can use the trigger word “OK Presto” to save a 20 seconds video clip of whatever you saw and wanted to be sent to your phone via an always-on connection using AT&T’s LTE network.
Author: Jeb Su