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The Sensor Bar

The sensor bar contains two high resolution proximity sensors to detect any vehicles parking adjacent to your car. There is also a camera that captures video when they’re too close and in traffic.

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The LED displays

Four super-bright LED display’s display another driver’s proximity to them when your car is parked and unattended. They can’t miss them! You get two for the front and two for the rear of your vehicle.

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Your smartphone

The Bumper Bot allows streaming video from the sensor bars to your phone for parking. You can also download video footage of an event to your phone to show police or insurance companies when needed.

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The “Brain” box

The “Brain” box houses the required circuitry to control the entire device including WiFi and an SD card reader to store video footage and view it on your smartphone. Bumper Bot is an open source device that allows to user custom it’s behavior. to best suit your needs.

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Together, Bumper Bot is the most innovative automotive peripheral available anywhere.

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A: The Bumper Bot is a very efficient, low-draw electronic device. The sensors take up no more electricity than a dash clock. The lights and siren never stay on longer than a minute, but could potentially work for days without significantly draining your battery.

A: If someone parks too close and stays, the Bumper Bot will reset into standby (live) mode in about a minute. The lights will reactivate as soon as any motion is detected.

A: Not unless they’re sleeping under your car. The Bumper Bot’s siren is a tiny piezo-electronic siren that’s loud up close, but the sound doesn’t carry through walls. You’ll hear it in the next car or on the sidewalk, but you really shouldn’t sleep on the sidewalk.

A: Yes. If you place the lights where they can be seen (which is practically anywhere because they’re very bright), the device will work in the reverse gear and for 30 seconds after the reverse gear has been disengaged.

A: The Bumper Bot is easier to install than a remote starter. Most people can do it themselves. An automotive electronics shop or repair shop shouldn’t charge you more than an hour’s labor to install a Bumper Bot.

A: Bumper Bot may require up to 3 hours of professional installation time.