ASA FLO TV subscription TV service

Electronics | November 28, 2011

Advent-branded FLO TV is a subscription TV service that brings premium TV programming to any new or existing mobile entertainment system. Through FLO TV, commercial drivers can receive broadcasts from up to 20 of the most popular TV channels including favorites such as ESPN, Fox News, MTV, Comedy Central, NBC, Nickelodeon, Disney, ABC, CNBC and more. FLO TV is not satellite TV, but rather “terrestrial” TV which means it runs at a high frequency and offers better coverage in more than 100 different markets. The company says the product is small, durable and easy to fit in even the smallest sleeper cab space as it works through one small black box and an attached antenna small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.

ASA Electronics

www.flotvs.com

Visit www.truckersnews.hotims.com

Cobra’s branded CB radio

Cobra Electronics’ limited-edition 29 LX HD Harley-Davidson CB Radio delivers NOAA weather with all-hazards alerts along with a selectable four-color LCD display. The CB features all-channel scan, a talk-back feature and customizable night and day settings for enhanced readability in both bright and dark lighting ...

InterCore’s driver alertness detection system

InterCore’s network-based Driver Alertness Detection System operates as a cloud-based real-time monitoring and warning system that can assist in preventing accidents caused by driver fatigue, lack of alertness or distractions. The system captures information from users with a Bluetooth camera linked to a smartphone. When ...

Bracketron’s mounts for personal devices

Bracketron’s Trucker Tough line of rugged mounts for personal devices includes the JawGrip, Tough Tablet and Tough GPS. The JawGrip for smartphones has a tight spring-action design and a durable suction cup to help minimize road-induced vibration. Maneuverable for portrait or landscape orientation, the JawGrip ...

Nexiq’s vehicle interface

Nexiq’s next-generation USB-Link 2 vehicle interface is designed to be five times faster than its predecessor and to support heavier bus loads on simultaneous channels. A Bluetooth module with an enhanced data rate has been added to support wireless vehicle-to-PC communication, while the USB connector ...

Resqme’s drowsy-driving warning device

Resqme’s AlertMe is a drowsy-driving warning device that sits behind the driver’s ear and is designed to buzz promptly if the head falls forward unexpectedly, effectively alerting the driver to heighten focus or pull off the road. The compact device contains no mercury. Resqme Inc., www.resqme.com

Editor's Picks

Stay Connected

Sign up to get Overdrive's daily newsletter.

Poll

View Results