Crime data published by the National Police Agency of Japan shows there were 478 vehicle crimes in Japan committed each day in 2012. Such crimes include car theft, vandalism and items stolen from inside or outside the vehicle. The data shows thieves are especially interested in car navigation systems, more than 21,000 of which were stolen in Japan in 2012. All of these vehicle crimes took place in spite of the fact that most cars now come with some form of factory security system.
Protecting a vehicle against increasingly cunning thieves and vandals requires an equally cunning security system. Such a system must offer a broad selection of sensors and user-customizable features, allowing the user to adjust and update the system to their own personal tastes and desired level of security.
VISION engineers have developed an advanced line of security systems that deter theft and vandalism without false alarms, thereby reducing “noise pollution” that is all to often associated with “car alarms.” In addition, the modular design of VISION security allows users to conveniently upgrade system components. And unique features like IIP, Active-IR, SBS, and Exterior Illumination illustrate VISION's zeal for car security innovation.
So don't be left in the dark wondering if your car, audio or navigation system is safe with that factory alarm. Outsmart thieves before they strike with VISION security systems.