See the exact moment that a vehicle crosses the line when validating the accuracy of Lane Departure Warning or Blind Sport Detection systems, with up to four cameras. VBOX Video data loggers are also ideal for Park Assist testing, providing a visual reference to the kerb.
The VBOX Video HD2 is compatible with the VBOX Tyre Temperature Monitoring System. Measure, log and display the surface temperature of up to four tyres with heat maps overlaid in real-time on the video, making it easy to evaluate tyre performance.
See what is happening inside and outside the vehicle at any given time. See the full picture and understand the exact path or behaviour of a vehicle during any application, making use of synchronised video and data.
The VBOX Video HD2 is our most advanced video data logger and can record in Full HD at 60 frames per second. It is also available with dual cameras and can log up to 80 vehicle CAN channels.
If you need to log more than 32 CAN channels, then the VBOX Video HD2 might be the best data logger for you. It is extremely popular with OEMs, automotive engineering departments and proving grounds, as the VBOX Video HD2 is available with one or two cameras, that can be mounted inside or outside the vehicle.
Synchronised video and data can make it easier to understand the dynamics and behaviour of a vehicle during a specific test. You can simultaneously play back your video footage in VBOX Test Suite and analyse your data in charts and tables, and even share what you see on your screen with colleagues.
The VBOX Video HD2 is available with an HDMI option, allowing you to stream real-time video and audio to an HDMI compatible monitor, recorder or streaming device such as LiveU Solo.
When used with the LiveU Solo, or other compatible HDMI streaming device, live footage can be shared with engineers or departments working remotely. This is particularly useful when only a limited number of people are allowed in the test vehicle, or if you are collaborating with other departments around the world.
Live streaming can save valuable time, as a team of remote engineers can see what is happening in real-time and share feedback with the test driver using radios or telematics equipment.
The VBOX Video HD2 can also be used in conjunction with the RACELOGIC tyre temperature monitoring sensors, making it easy to measure, log and display the surface temperature of all four tyres in real-time.
Data can be recorded by the VBOX Video HD2 data logger and heat maps are overlaid in real-time on the video. The sensors offer 120° FOV and each sensor can measure up to 16 temperature points on a tyre, with surface temperatures ranging from -20 °C to 300 °C.
As this information is available on the video, it is extremely easy to interpret and see exactly what is happening on the test track.
Our user-friendly, intuitive data analysis software comes pre-loaded with application specific plugins and features a customisable layout, so you can see video from multiple cameras side-by-side.
*Specifications will vary depending on the number of satellites used, obstructions, satellite geometry (PDOP), multipath effects, and atmospheric conditions. For maximum system accuracy, always follow best practices for GNSS data collection.
*95% CEP. Specifications will vary depending on the number of satellites used, obstructions, satellite geometry (PDOP), multipath effects, and atmospheric conditions. For maximum system accuracy, always follow best practices for GNSS data collection.
You can use a VBOX 3i to record vehicle CAN or other sensor data at 100 Hz. In this case VBOX Video is used for display purposes only and will receive the data via CAN at the native log rate (e.g. 10 Hz) to create a real-time graphical overlay onto the recorded video. The data review will still use 100 Hz data logged by the VBOX 3i. You can align the video with the 100 Hz VBOX 3i data in VBOX Test Suite using the “Video Sync” option.
This HDMI streaming device allows you to share live footage from the test vehicle with engineers or departments working remotely. LiveU Solo is only compatible with the HDMI version of VBOX Video HD2 logger.
Measure, log and display the surface temperature of all four tyres as a heat map overlay on your HD2 video footage. The sensors are only compatible with a VBOX Video HD2 or a VBOX Touch.
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