New 360° Vehicle Monitoring System Eliminates Blind Spots


inView 360

New 360° Vehicle Monitoring System Eliminates Blind Spots

RVS or Rear View Safety, a company based out of Brooklyn, New York, released the new inView 360° HD Around Vehicle Monitoring System. The monitoring system gives you a 360° bird’s eye view of your vehicle in real-time.

How does the inView 360° monitoring system work?

The system has four full-HD ultra-wide fish-eye cameras and a built-in solid-state DVR. Rear View Safety director of sales Alex Trkulja said,

“The real beauty of the inView is the compact full HD ultra-wide cameras. Small but mighty, the cameras create four unique views that stitch together a real-time 360 view around the vehicle and all surroundings. This 360° view combined with a single image view based on automatic triggers helps with parking, blind spots, and navigating cramped roads. The simple calibration and innovative interface are great additions as well.”

The image is stitched together and displayed on a full HD monitor in the vehicle. The Monitor has an overlay that can toggle the width, length, and position. For a better idea of how the system works, check out the video below.

Record incidents

The DVR contains 1TB of storage space for video recordings of the vehicle monitoring system. In the event of an accident, the system will have a recording of exactly what happened. This can assist with insurance claims and in court.

inView 360° cost

At the moment, this system costs $1800. That may sound like a lot. For some, the added safety and elimination of blind spots is worth the cost.

There was a time when regular backup cameras were a novelty only for the most expensive vehicles. Now many can’t imagine life without them. Like simple backup cameras, the inView 360° HD Around Vehicle Monitoring System and products like it may eventually come standard on vehicles.

The inView 360° is a must-have for any RVer. You will also want to check out these 21 Most Popular RV Accessories.

Levi Henley

Levi Henley and his wife, Natalie, workamp around the country in their 26-foot motorhome. Along with writing for RV magazines, they recently published their first book together, Seasonal Workamping for a Living: How We Did It. They share their experiences and RV-related tips on their own blog henleyshappytrails.com as well as videos on their YouTube Channel, also called Henley's Happy Trails.

Recent Content