In recent years, mobile video has grown from its humble beginnings as an “expensive and futuristic” technology to a truly affordable, immersive form of media delivery both for the average consumer and the workforce at large.
The benefits of mobile video are numerous and continue to grow over time with new technologies and employment methods which are allowing new forms of content delivery and management. As an example, a mobile video system in your vehicle can help you to disprove false claims against you in a traffic accident. Were you in the right lane? Did you tailgate or did the driver in front of you slam on their brakes? Did you run through that red light or stop sign? A mobile video system can prove the facts and disprove erroneous perceptions and allegations. If you are falsely charged with a traffic violation, there is no proof with which to defend yourself better than video.
On a similar note, one of the most safety-centric features of a mobile video system is backup/reverse cameras. No longer will you have to guess what is directly behind you or walk to the rear of your vehicle, with reverse cameras you will be able to clearly see people or objects that lie in your path, preventing potential accidents or damage to your vehicle.
Without a doubt, one of the greatest aspects of a mobile video system is family entertainment. Those long trips with family or friends can become agonizing, especially with small children who can become impatient and unruly as the hours go by. A mobile video system can help to alleviate your passengers’ discomfort and boredom, from live streaming TV to your kid’s favorite DVD, it can certainly make the time pass more easily. Mobile video can also help keep you informed when you’re out on the road, with news and media available at the touch of a button, no longer will you have to wait to get home and turn on your TV to find out what’s happening.
Best of all, your mobile video system can work side by side with your navigation system! As far as the setup, there are many ways to customize how your mobile video system is installed to meet your needs. You can choose from many different display types, such as headrest or visor monitors, overhead consoles with flipdown monitors, in-dash monitors, and the list goes on. Many of these devices have the functions and features you would expect, such as CD/DVD/Blu-ray playing capability, headphone inputs, remote operation, iPod/mp3 player syncing, navigation system integration, and more.
Whether you are looking for a complete, professional mobile video system for your vehicle, or a more economical solution that’s easier on the wallet, DeDona has got you covered. We have been the Triad’s premier source for mobile video solutions for years, and we deliver nothing but the highest quality to our customers – contact us today to learn more about how a mobile video system can improve your driving experience!