Korean Manufacturer of the BlackVue Dashboard Cameras to Participate in World's Largest Automotive Show
SEOUL, South Korea, Sept. 10, 2015 /CNW/ -- Pittasoft will exhibit in the Connected Car pavilion of the New Mobility World hall (booth #B41, Hall 3.1) during the 66th edition of the IAA, the world's largest automotive exhibition, taking place in Frankfurt Am Main from September 17 to 27.
This year's theme is "mobility connects", which is particularly fitting for Pittasoft's BlackVue dashcams. As a pioneer of Wi-Fi-connected dashboard cameras, Pittasoft is seeing the emergence of the connected car trend as a great opportunity to enhance its products even further.
BlackVue Over the Cloud, planned for release in October, combines the latest BlackVue dashcams with mobile and PC applications that let users connect to their vehicles remotely through the Cloud. BlackVue Over the Cloud enables remote live video monitoring, alert messages pushed to user's phone in case of impact on their vehicle while away, as well as backup of important videos to the Cloud, so that users don't have to worry about losing critical footage.
Visitors to the Pittasoft booth will be introduced to the latest BlackVue dashcams, accessories and services, including its range of fleet-oriented products catering to the needs of professionals with fleets of commercial and heavy vehicles.
"The demand for our fleet-related accessories and dashcams is surpassing our expectations, and there is a lot of curiosity about our Cloud services as well," said Nana Kim, Overseas Sales Manager at Pittasoft. She will be attending the show to meet with existing and prospective partners. "I think the European market has a huge potential for growth, as individuals and businesses recognize the benefits of owning a dashcam."
Pittasoft, with its BlackVue brand, has set the standard in the car dashcam industry since it was established in 2007. Taking car dashboard camera technology to the next level with its Full-HD 1-channel and 2-channel cameras, Pittasoft enhanced user experience by connecting dashcams to smart devices over Wi-Fi.
Now with BlackVue Over the Cloud, Pittasoft is set to embrace the connected car era to provide even more benefits to its customers.
Headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, Pittasoft manufactures its dashcams locally and has a global network of more than 50 distributors.
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