SmartyCam. The only on-board camera with real-time data overlay
With traditional on-board cameras you get nice videos. With SmartyCam you get much more: because SmartyCam records your technical data together with videos. So you can analyze your sessions and ...improve your performance! SmartyCam combines a solid state digital video recorder with high speed GPS and real-time data overlays. Configurable instrument transparencies, real-time track position and GPS lap timing result in the most stunning video ever seen from an on-board camera. An ideal tool for all motorsport enthusiasts!
A universal product
You don't need an AIM logger to use SmartyCam! It can be used in all situations, on all kind of vehicles as it can source data simply from integrated GPS + three-axial accelerometer and/or directly from a huge number of ECU via specific interfaces.
An all-in-one, complete system
SmartyCam does all the job: compression, memorisation, reproduction of images with data overlay. Moreover, movies can be easily downloaded to a PC via memory card or through a fast (480 Mbps) USB cable for DVD burning and TV review.
Configurable graphic overlay
Data can be overlaid in real time to images in several formats.
High quality video
SmartyCam allows you to record digital high quality (H.264 codec, movies 720 x 400 pixels @ 30 fps) with dual channel audio.
Two audio channel inputs
SmartyCam provides one internal microphone + one input for external microphone.
Great memory capability
On a Micro SD card you can save hours of movies, sounds and data: ratio depends on movie quality.
The average is 2 Giga = 1 Hour.
Compact, handy and easy to install
Small (122x47,5x46,5 mm) and lightweight (just 230 g), SmartyCam is very easy to install in your vehicle: you just need to place it using the suitable support. It can be used even out of the car, the kart or on a bike: SmartyCam is waterproof IP67.
RPM Bridge is an interface designed to allow RPM overlay on SmartyCam videos when the car / bike has got no engine control unit (ECU): that can happen with classic cars / bikes or particular car categories (i.e. Nascar).
RPM data are obtained with connection to the coil.
RPM Bridge can as well be useful to get RPM data when ECU has got no data line CAN/K Line/RS232: in this case data are obtained with connection to the square wave signal coming from that kind of ECU.