FREMONT, CA – Owlcam, a leading developer of HD security cameras, has integrated an emergency crash response service, 911 Assist in all its Owlcam cameras. Owlcam is a 4G LTE connected car camera that provides real-time video and data to people, protecting them from accidents. Owlcam integrated with 911 Assist feature will be made available by Best Buy, an American multinational consumer electronics retailer, in over 550 stores and on its official website.
Owlcam’s built-in artificial intelligence (AI), 4G LTE service and HD cameras alert drivers during crashes and break-ins. The 4G LTE camera also detects sudden impacts or broken glass and sends timely alerts to the Owlcam user’s phone. The Owlcam app in their phones allows them to view the live feed and take prompt actions. The crash detection feature in the camera instantly sends the video clip to the user's phone, which can be shared with insurance firms or the police. It also notifies the operator at Owlcam, who can call the driver to inquire about their safety and offer assistance if needed. Owlcam assists crash victims every day. If the driver needs assistance, the operator tracks the GPS signal and dispatches the police and ambulance to the location. The immediate response enables the emergency services to take prompt action and mitigate the damage.
The company has taken steps to implement the technology in as many vehicles as possible. As an added incentive to buy the product, Owlcam has included the 911 Assist feature in its core subscription instead of an additional yearly cost.
The availability of the camera in over 550 Best Buy stores will allow most Americans to examine the product firsthand before buying it. One of the best-connected security cameras, Owlcam was launched in March 2018, which witnessed booming sales over the last year. It is now being adopted by millions to protect them and secure their vehicles. Owlcam has helped in making the roads safer for everyone. It has not only made it easier for the police agencies to register the actual events, but also the insurance companies to verify the claims.