[CES 2011] Cobra, one of the names more often than not associated with radar detection devices, has just announced their new crowdsourced database enhancement to the Cobra iRadar smart detection system. This enhanced system will store location-based radar and laser signals which are taken from the Cobra iRadar user community, intelligently sharing this information with other users. With the power of real-time network of Cobra iRadar detectors and shared safety information, it will definitely go the length in setting a new technological benchmark in the detection industry. Apart from that, the Cobra iRadar system will also boast AURA, the only 100-percent verified database which is capable of driving threats and hazards throughout the entire GPS/navigation industry. Just what do you get with the Cobra iRadar?
Well, it comprises of the dash-mounted Cobra iRadar Detection Unit, which comes in a sleek, compact and powerful package, alongside with the Cobra iRadar app that can be downloaded for free on the iPhone, with an Android version in the works. All the new Cobra iRadar features will be available in the form of an app update as it arrives this spring. A single touch of your smartphone’s button (virtual or otherwise) will send database updates to alert other iRadar users of hazardous roads, traffic congestion, and temporary speed traps – neat, no?