In the event of an incident where the driver is unresponsive, Nextbase Emergency SOS can alert the emergency services of your location and other details. Ensuring emergency services assistance can respond quickly in a circumstance where they may not have been contacted for some time.
When an incident is detected the Emergency SOS system will go through an anti-false positive master process. If this master process completes the phone enters a ‘beacon’ mode, where if the phone remains still or is unanswered, then the emergency alert is sent.
The emergency alert that is sent to the integrator and emergency services includes GPS location and heading as standard, but also other personal details such as medical history, blood type and allergies.
To access this service you will simply need a smartphone with Bluetooth (4.0 +), a subscription to the service via the MyNextbase Connect App (free for 12 months) and a Nextbase 322GW model or above.
Requires compatible smartphone and country availability. Payable subscription required in year 2+
Subscription to the MyNextbase Emergency SOS service will be immediately available to any customer using the MyNextbase Connect mobile application in any one of the following countries: Belgium, Canada, Finland France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom and the United States.
Please note that although you may subscribe in one of the countries listed above, you will only be able to use the MyNextbase Emergency SOS service in any one of the following countries Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States.
The MyNextbase Emergency SOS service is designed to alert the emergency services in situations where the user has been involved in an accident which renders them incapable of alerting the emergency services themselves. The service will not alert the emergency service of all accidents – for example, low-speed accidents will not be notified to the emergency services, nor will accidents after which the alert notification process is cancelled before the emergency services are alerted (for example where the user cancels the alert because they are not incapacitated following the accident).
Users must immediately cancel the automatic alert process if they are not incapacitated following an accident or if for any reason the emergency services are not required following the relevant accident. The automatic alert process can be stopped or overridden at any time prior to the emergency services being notified of the relevant accident.
The MyNextbase Emergency SOS service is not a guaranteed service and is dependent and reliant on a number of factors (e.g. service may be affected or unavailable if mobile device and/or dashcams is damaged in an accident) and 9 (e.g. having location services turned on). Where these requirements are not met, the MyNextbase Emergency SOS service will NOT work.
For Nextbase Emergency SOS Service Terms & Conditions, please click here
Easily share your videos from your Dash Cam to your smartphone.
Using Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy technology and Wi-Fi connectivity, your latest video files can easily be sent to your smartphone or tablet.
By automatically recording two video files (High and Low resolution) you can easily view the videos quickly whilst having the full high quality available to download if you need to zoom in on number plate detail.
Once on your phone, it is quick and easy to edit and share your footage straight to your insurer using the MyNextbase Connect App on Android and iOS.
Bluetooth Autosync also means that your dash cam is automatically connected to your phone when you enter the car, ready to use the Emergency SOS service (322GW and above) or Alexa or (422GW and above)
Intelligent Parking Mode
Intelligent Parking Mode automatically records any bump or physical movement on the vehicle when left unattended.
Intelligent Parking Mode records any bump or physical movement on the vehicle when left unattended.
Intelligent Parking mode is an option that can be selected in the menu of EVERY new Series 2 Dash Cam. As soon as you park and your ignition is turned off, the Dash Cam will automatically switch into “parking mode” by shutting down everything except the G Force sensor. The sensitivity of the G force sensor is then increased dramatically.
With only the G Force sensor active the power consumption is incredibly low, using the internal battery the dash cam to detect any knock or bump to your vehicle for over a week.
If your car is bumped and the G Force sensor registers movement then the dash cam will automatically turn on, record for 3 minutes and then shut back down again. If you are unlucky enough to be hit twice in a row then the dash cam would automatically record again and capture both events.
Nextbase Series 2 Dash Cams (322GW and up) use two satellites systems combines to give the most accurate and reliable GPS fix. We take data from both the American GPS satellite and the Russian (GLONAS) system to provide data that is unparalleled.
On top of this the new Nextbase Series 2 Dash Cams refresh at 10HZ. This means that every second the Dash Cam captures 10 data readings, ensuring that the trace shown on Google Maps is accurate and smooth.
By having such a high refresh rate the GPS system also captures very accurate speed and acceleration data, which is shown in MyNextbase Player and can be critical in the event of an incident.
Finally another first for the new Series 2 range is GPS Hotstart.
The Hotstart feature is inbuilt into every Series 2 GPS model and it means that the dash cam will remember the last satellite positions for up to 2 hours. This means you can pop to the shops and get an almost instant GPS fix when you get back in the car.
The most accurate dash cam on the market today