Drive recorder

  • 26-Aug-2010 02:25 EDT
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ETAS offers the ES720 drive recorder, a rugged, PC-based device that provides on-demand access to and capture of critical vehicle system and subsystem data. For OEMs to make efficient use of prototype or preproduction vehicles, the ES720 captures maximum data when the vehicles are used or driven. Once captured, the data can be made available to all stakeholders to perform pertinent analysis. Features of the ES720 include ruggedness and reliability; unattended use in vehicle environments; increased boot times; remote access, including wireless local area network, cellular, text messaging, email, and other connectivity tools; openness and scalability with standard PC interfaces and operating systems with various complex I/O devices such as GPS, video, and audio; support of industry standards; and implementation and integration to customer-specific applications.

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