Pearl Automation Inc.

  • Develops wireless backup camera system, called RearVision, to retrofit advanced driver-assist systems (ADAS) onto vehicles for $500
  • RearVision product includes: camera frame and bracket to be fit around rear license plate, an attachment tool, an OBD-II port adapter, a phone app (iOS and Android...

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