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ASA Electronics introduces auto-calibrating 360-degree camera system

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David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

ASA Electronics has introduced its new Voyager auto-calibrating 360-degree camera system.

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The auto-calibrating software combines the images from four cameras to create a seamless panoramic view around the entire vehicle, the company says. The system was designed to simplify the installation process, with current software support for four common vehicle types: Walk-in, vans, buses, semi-trailers and heavy-duty vehicles.

“Our engineering team took the feedback we were getting from customers and locked in on the vehicle applications we were seeing most often to program the system. This streamlines the process and makes the technology accessible to more of our customer by cutting down on installation time,” said Joe Camacho, ASA’s vice president of commercial vehicle sales.

The company says Voyager’s analog high-definition cameras offer a resolution that is three times clearer than the standard digital camera. Left, right and rear triggers give more focused views of traditional blind spots when maneuvering.

The Voyager auto-calibrating 360-degree camera system is compatible with all wired Voyager monitors and CEC cables.

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