The Waylens Secure360 is the next evolution of dash cams

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Do you have a dash cam in your vehicle? A dash cam is the type of gadget that once you install it, you rarely need to use it and that’s not a bad thing because the main reason you might need to use a dash cam is in the event of an accident. Until now, 99.9% of dash cams are designed to point out the windshield and automatically record footage as you drive. The Waylens Secure360 camera is a dash cam on steroids.

Our own Andy Chen reviewed the Waylens Horizon dash cam back in December, but this new camera looks like a huge leap forward in this category of gadgets and I can’t wait to try one.

Waylens, Inc. announced today its Secure360 Automotive Security Cameras that give drivers a truly seamless 360-degree view both in and around the vehicle, automatically uploading video to the cloud for on-demand access. Available with powerful 4G connection to the Waylens Secure app with live alerts and live monitoring, the Waylens Secure360 puts in the palms of drivers’ hands the power to know, show and protect what’s important.

The Waylens Secure360 is the first camera designed for consumer vehicles that uses 360-degree imaging technology that captures everything that’s going on in and around your car. There will be a WiFi and a 4G version of the camera. The WiFi version of the Secure360 will be available in November 2017 for $249.95. The Waylens Secure360 4G with live alerts and live-streaming begins shipping during the first quarter 2018 for $349.95. Preordering for both models begins later this summer.

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4 thoughts on “The Waylens Secure360 is the next evolution of dash cams”

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  2. I like the sounds of this except for the inevitable monthly service fees they’ll charge for server processing or 4G connection. Hopefully the wifi model doesn’t have fees!

  3. I just don’t get it. Why do you need live streaming the video somewhere into internet. As said in the article you need that footage only in case of an accident. I have one in my car. Over the three years I needed the video less than 5 times and that was because something weird or interesting happened on the road. So why to upload thousands hours of video when you really will need 10 minutes the most…

    1. Maybe with the 4g connection you no longer need actual storage on the device or very little. I am sure it will be like other cameras where they only keep a few days at a time on the web. It will also make the data immediately accessible for anyone who has access to the website. This could be valuable for a parent who wants to see what is going on in the car when a kid is driving it.

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