ASA Electronics® Debuts Voyager Vision App at NATDA Trailer Show

ELKHART, Ind. – ASA Electronics joined the annual NATDA Trailer Show with a slate of new technology, including the brand new Voyager Vision mobile observation app.

The Voyager Vision app is designed to bring trailer observation to virtually any tow vehicle by turning the driver’s smart phone into a wireless observation monitor when connected to the WVOS2TX Voyager Wi-Fi Transmitter.

“We realized quickly that the same tow vehicle isn’t always pulling the same trailer. We wanted to create a way to get observation safety technology on as many trailers as possible as efficiently as possible. We started looking at a tool pretty much every driver already has in their pocket: a smart phone,” said Jeff Gray, vice president of ASA Electronics’ trailer division.

The Voyager Wi-Fi Transmitter has a rugged and compact design that allows it to be installed on any part of the trailer, as long as a reliable 12-volt connection from the tow vehicle is present. The transmitter is compatible with Voyager’s complete line of wired cameras and can support up to two wired connections at once for low speed and stationary observation. As soon as the transmitter is connected to power, it begins sending a wi-fi signal that can be connected to the smart phone. Once the connection is made, the Voyager Vision app immediately picks up the camera feed. Divers can choose between a single or split-screen view as well as a “normal” or “mirror” orientation depending on their needs and camera configuration.

This is the Elkhart-based company’s first year exhibiting at the NATDA Trailer Show. For further information, please visit

About ASA Electronics

ASA Electronics is revolutionizing the professional-grade trailer with iN•Command Control Systems for Trailers. This first-of-its-kind system lets trailer operators control key functions of the trailer wirelessly from their smartphone. ASA Electronics took the smart DNA of its original iN•Command Control Systems for the RV industry and combined it with the heavy-duty techniques it's mastered in its decades of experience in the commercial vehicle and construction markets.

Source: ASA Electronics Press Release