Technology Makes Security Mobile & Smart

According to Owl, personal video security has been limited to the home. It’s been open season on vehicles and technically impossible to identify car thieves, break in burglars and hit and run drivers. Owl’s high-resolution cameras go where they are needed the most and the company’s ssuperpower software records only the important events and alerts the driver when it detects potential security concerns.


The Owl Network gives drivers the ability to stream and store1440 HD video over 4G LTE for personal security. Allegedly, the technology has empowered car owners to help identify and arrest car thieves, break in artists, and hit and run drivers. Innocent drivers involved in crashes have been exonerated of blame by police within minutes of accidents saving them untold thousands. Insurance companies are processing and paying out claims faster because drivers now can get and share instant HD video evidence on their phone when they need it. The Owl Car Cam has also been credited with saving a life.


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Owl’s AI-powered Owl Car Cam operates via a 4G LTE network when the vehicle is driven and parked. Artificial intelligence (AI) programmed sensors directs the Owl to recognize important events, which it records and sends immediately to the driver’s phone. If Owl detects a serious crash, Owl 911 Assist contacts the driver via the camera and calls 911 if assistance is requested. If there is no response from the driver, the live agent dispatches emergency services to the location of the car.


In terms of privacy, the car camera is encrypted and only the driver has access to the footage. Owl forecasts a future where the ability to share accurate information instantly will lead to better outcomes in cases of natural disasters. For more details, visit Owl.


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