Garmin satellite navigation systems has said turning around is seldom a good option for a car driver who also has to keep an eye on children in the backseat, so it created a new camera system.
“The Babycam transmits live video from the back seat to the displays of compatible Garmin satellite navigation systems.
“Voice-controlled devices can switch to the backseat view with a simple spoken command,’’ it stated on Wednesday.
According to Garmin, no tools are needed to affix the camera to the headrests of the front or backseats.
“The camera has no sharp corners, runs on AA batteries or a USB connection and offers multiple viewing angles.
“The Babycam goes on sale in Europe in January Priced at 199 Euros (221 dollars),’’ it stated.
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