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Nexar’s dash cams unique image data can be used for a range of connected vehicle services and driver apps

Vision-based connected car
services and data

Vision-based connected car
services and data

Nexar Automotive helps you take car data outside the car and
create a common crowd‑sourced vision of the road

Nexar’s dash cams unique image data can be used for a range of connected vehicle services and driver apps
Based on Nexar’s popular aftermarket dash cams and its track record in extracting crowd-sourced vision from data, Nexar Automotive is an open platform that uses AI to make use of the raw images captured by in-car cameras and to create insights on top of them. This unique image data can then be used for a range of connected vehicle services and driver apps including a parking mode to record collisions and theft, real-time point of interest street-level images, open parking spot notifications, road hazard alerts, and much more.

Introducing crowd‑sourced vision

Car cameras
collect images

Drivers contribute anonymous data, images and videos of the world

Fresh images
and detections

Unique collection of imagery and AI to make sense of the data

A common memory
on the road

Data is accurately located and placed in-context, providing a visual feed into driver applications

Make use of camera-based vision data

In-car cameras have the potential of becoming a new set of eyes on the road. As the ultimate sensor, camera data will power edge AI crowd-sourced vision applications, going far beyond what any single-purpose sensor can do.

Nexar Automotive lets you get camera data out of the car, to deliver new driver applications, based on the most recent understanding of the road. When vision from a “swarm of cameras” is collected, then applications can access a common visual memory of the road - crowd-sourced vision.

Nexar Automotive allows users to get camera data out of the car

With Nexar Automotive OEMs can use images and data from their own on-board cameras or aftermarket dash cams to provide insights to both the driver and other road users. Additionally, automotive manufacturers can offer a variety of camera based apps that allow drivers to store dash cam videos, send video messages from the road, request to see footage of the last parking event, or review footage of break-ins and hit-and-runs while their car is parked. The platform also enables a connected car network that uses camera data from other drivers, providing nearby vehicles with information about road conditions and hazards, construction sites, and other real-time road updates.