"Our mission is to place collision prevention tech into the hands of every motorist. Taking advantage of the increase in smartphone performance, the ADS mobile app saves lives with its Augmented Reality Driving Enhancement."
-CEO, Joe Salazar III
UPDATE: ADS V.1 will be released for beta-testing soon!!! Although only the "Dashcam" feature will be available at this stage, our team had a great showing at Web Summit and is in discussions with potential collaborators and investors. Once we secure funding, we will begin developing the "Collision Prevention" feature. So follow us on social to stay in the loop!
Taking advantage of the increase in smartphone performance, the ADS mobile app is equipped with its "Collision Prevention Warning" feature that will alert you if there is likely to be a collision or if pedestrians and/or obstacles are in your path. ADS also includes a "Dash Cam" feature that records portions of your journey to help you resolve disputes should a collision occur. Using your phone's sensors, ADS will immediately save the recorded portion of your drive if it detects there was a collision
Once you download ADS, secure your phone to the windshield with the car mount of your choice. Make sure the camera is not covered and face the back of your phone out through the windshield. Scanning the road ahead, ADS will work to keep you safe. Additionally, ADS was developed to work in the background as you drive!!! Regardless of how you use your phone, ADS will continually provide you with Collision Prevention Warnings as the Dash Cam records portions of your drive.
While most new vehicles are equipped with large touchscreens, motorists are forced to take their eyes off the road as they look down to access the controls. On the other hand, the ADS model requires you to mount your phone in-line with the windshield and your field of view. Your phone functions much more like a "Heads Up Display" to help you maintain awareness of your surroundings when accessing entertainment, convenience, and safety features on your device.