A Korean company, EyeCar Network, was bold enough to stand up to a difficult and
somewhat impossible task: giving “eyesight” to cars, which will not only help analyze and identify the
causes of accidents but also expand a driver’s visibility for safer driving.
EyeCar Network has been very successful, thanks to its customer-oriented management, and
challenging and innovative attitude, along with continuous technology advancement. As a result,
the manufacturer of black boxes for auto vehicles has been leading the digital visual industry in
Korea. Main items are multi-channel black boxes for auto vehicles, external sub-cameras, and related
accessories. Also EyeCar Network is actively seeking more overseas markets by participating in a
series of international exhibition fairs.
The Observer series has three different categories, namely, the 1-Channel Model, 2-Channel
Model, and 4-Channel Model. For the 1-Channel Model, M1 is a compact black box system with 1.5
million pixels and is equipped with an embedded GPS module, Impact Detection sensor, Voice
Guide and Voice Recording, etc. M1 also supports up to 32GB memory. R2 is a very tiny digital
driving recorder with a 360 degree rotatable cradle, Smart Event Recording with an embedded 3
Axis G-Sensor, and an external GPS.
The 2-Channel Model has B1 and KASHOMA. Offering 1.3 million pixels, B1 can be well
recognized with its simple and refined design, and it comes with a dual camera. The other features
are embedded G-Sensor, Audio and Video recording, Voice Guide, etc. KASHOMA is elegantly
standing out with its slim design and black color. Besides the 2-channel camera for front and rear
view, high-performing GPS, and adjustable G-Sensor, KASHOMA supports the screen resolution of
1280x720 and Auto Parking function that records any detectable event when a car is parked.