Rydeen Mobile announced what it calls the world’s first self-speed sensing radar blind spot detection system that does not use the vehicle’s speed sensor or GPS.
Called the BSS2x, it uses sensor technology to detect vehicle speed rather than GPS or a connection to the vehicle’s speed sensor through the CAN/OBD network. The blind spot system is always ready as it does not need to wait for a GPS connection, as required in older systems, said Rydeen.
“The new BSS2x also detects when your car is coming up on others in traffic, so you will get a warning when coming up and passing vehicles as well. While we always recommend the safe use of mirrors, the BSS2x will almost make them obsolete,” said Phil Maeda, president and CEO of Rydeen Mobile Electronics.
The BSS2x is expected to ship in March 2019 at an MSRP of $ 899.00
- Self-speed detection without the use of GPS or OBD2, using 2-way (1-transmitter, 2-receiver) sensing technology offering the ability to detect vehicles up to 80-feet behind even when the range is closing quickly
- Detects when your vehicle is approaching others from behind issuing a programmable warning until it is safe.
- Superior to OE products in both sensitivity and performances.
- Represents exactly the same product behavior found in OEM Blindspot detection radar installed on high-end new vehicles.
Visit Rydeen at CES North Hall booth #5606.