Pittasoft is delighted to announce the release of its BlackVue Over the Cloud service at Mobile World Congress – Shanghai 2015.
Taking part in the global exhibition as an Innovation City sponsor on July 15 to 17, Pittasoft will showcase its latest car dashboard camera (dashcam) offering alongside demonstrations of the new features enabled by Cloud computing. As connected cars are becoming a reality for more and more people every day, Pittasoft, with BlackVue Over the Cloud, is positioning itself at the forefront of this emerging trend bound to see tremendous growth. BlackVue Over the Cloud combines Pittasoft’s advanced dashcam technology with the power of Cloud computing. The result is a service that benefits everyone from individuals to small businesses to large corporations. Using a smartphone or tablet, individuals can check on their car anytime, anywhere, while businesses can monitor whole fleets of vehicles in real time.
BlackVue Over the Cloud is comprised of six key features made possible by the integration of BlackVue Internet-connected dashcams, the BlackVue Cloud and the BlackVue App for smartphones and tablets. The first of those features is Live View, enabling users to monitor the family?s car in real time from anywhere in the world. Emergency Alarm allows setting up push notifications to be alerted as soon as certain preset events occur, such as the start of a recording resulting from an impact detected on the car or the disconnection of the dashcam from the Cloud while the car is parked. GPS Tracking adds the ability to visualize on a map a car’s location and speed. Two-way voice communication allows customers to use the BlackVue App to talk with drivers through the dashcam’s integrated speaker and microphone. With Video Backup, users can move files from the dashcam’s memory to the Cloud storage or their smartphone right from the app. Finally, Remote Video Playback means videos stored in the Cloud or in a dashcam can be played anytime on a smartphone or tablet. All those features were designed to better connect drivers and their vehicles, and also provide peace of mind to individuals and businesses alike.
?I think BlackVue Over the Cloud has a strong disruptive potential?, said Dr. Hyunmin Hur, CEO and founder of Pittasoft. ?Installing and maintaining surveillance cameras in buildings or vehicles of all sizes is time consuming and costly. With BlackVue Over the Cloud, all you have to do is plug and play, and replacing the dashcam storage unit is as easy as swapping its microSD card. No need to immobilize a vehicle to change a hard drive or even require the intervention of a skilled technician. Anybody can do it.?
SOURCE (BUSINESS WIRE)