Side and rear views of your vehicle are displayed with clarity in all weather and lighting conditions while ensuring a considerably brighter and clearer view than standard mirrors. With a proprietary auto-grade large HD video screen, technology and design, no other CMS on the market can provide a higher level of control, confidence and ease of use.
Electronic Screen Display I Comparison
Most competitors' electronic rearview mirrors are front and rear dual-lens video recorders, with no blind spot camera. They use excessively wide angle rear camera resulting in poor distance perception to the human eye, as well as distorted video rendering. These issues individually and collectively compromise the safety and usability of such products when used inappropriately to replace the rear view mirror.
Camera Angle I Comparison
The reversing image can only display 1-channel or 4-channel video, the picture is complicated, and the display does not conform to the driver's second-level observation and the horizontal viewing angle of the human eye. The bird's-eye view of the surrounding view only has the display of the location information around the vehicle, and has the function of low-speed auxiliary parking. The driving recorder is front and rear video recording, and the driving assistance function is very weak. Streaming media rear-view mirrors are alternatives to interior rear-view mirrors, mainly observing blind spots at the rear of the vehicle, with assisted driving functions when the vehicle changes lanes, and are used for passenger vehicles. Electronic rearview mirrors replace the left and right traditional rearview mirrors, solve the original car rearview mirror blind zone, reduce wind resistance and save energy, and enhance visibility in rainy and snowy weather. It is essentially different from reversing images, driving recorders and streaming rearview mirrors in function, scope of application and applicable scenes.