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ADAS Solutions
iBEAM Advanced Driver Assistance Systems technologies designed to automate, adapt and enhance vehicle systems to reduce human error to improve safety.
Improve your outlook on driving with iBEAM cameras that have you covered for every angle.
Multi-Camera Add-On Interfaces
Stay aware of your surroundings and improve safety by adding iBEAM cameras to your existing factory screen.
Mirrors + Monitors + Dashcams
Easy-to install, low-profile, mirrors, monitors and dashcams make ADAS possible.
Vehicle Specific Kits
Use the iBEAM Fit Guide to look up backup cameras and side view cameras configured and designed for your vehicle make and model.
Commercial Heavy Duty
Specialty ADAS technologies including wireless systems, monitors and high definition cameras and DVRs designed specifically for the commercial driver in mind.
Cables, mounts, SD cards, switchers and other accessories for installation, operation and support of your iBEAM ADAS technologies.
< Back TE-360-3D
See a birds eye view of your vehicle from different angles. This 360 degree 3D view camera system seamlessly blends images from four cameras plus shows an additional view from an overhead perspective to give drivers complete coverage.
  • Includes (4) high resolution 180-degree fish-eye cameras
  • Cameras have a 0.01 LUX rating that allows for nighttime viewing
  • Exclusive fish-eye distortion correction
  • Seamless 3D & 360 degree video merging
  • Dynamic & intelligent view angle switching
  • Includes calibration tools
  • Independent camera calibration
  • 3D video de-interlacing and noise reduction technology for CVBS signal decoding
  • Digital 1080p recorder supporting up to 32GB USB flash drive or SD card
  • Smart power management to preserve battery power
  • Automatic recording for up to 28 hours
  • SD card sold separately (TE-16SD)
  • Maximum vehicle size 24 ft
  • No Guidelines for reverse view