Eagle Eye Defence (EED) is revolutionizing vehicle security in South Africa with a biometric system that uses fingerprint scans to verify the owner’s identity and start the car. The discreetly placed system triggers an alert to the owner’s smartphone if a thief manages to start the engine, allowing them to immobilize it from up to 100 meters away. EED’s commitment to transforming vehicle security offers a promising vision of a future where car owners can have peace of mind, trusting in the protection offered by stateoftheart technology.
Vehicle hijackings have increased lately, which is concerning for security and insurance experts. This article explores the types of vehicles that criminals target, the periods during which the risk of theft or hijacking is highest, and the factors contributing to this alarming trend.