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Hard cash has always been a prime target for theft and when concentrated in a single, moving vehicle, cash-in-transit is perhaps one of the most susceptible targets.
Constant video monitoring of cash vehicles is the most effective way to deter criminals and, in the event of an attack, ensure an immediate effective response to the situation.
SerVision’s mobile gateway systems utilize the company’s advanced compression technologies to enable smooth video streaming at very low bitrates. The platforms provide clear, live video streams from cash-in-transit vehicles over cellular networks.
With SerVision’s solutions, cash service companies can monitor their assets continuously. In the case of an event – if a driver exceeds the authorized speed limit or deviates from his designated route – automatic notifications can be sent via SMS or e-mail to the relevant personnel. Moreover, built-in Panic Button and Accelerometer (G-Force) capabilities give the security manager a better understanding of what is going on during a real-life event. The real-time video can also be accessed by police and other response teams from any location via smart phones and other mobile devices.
SerVision UK's Managing Director, Gary Higham, speaking at Gurtam Partner Conference in Minsk, earlier this week.
Gary Higham, Servisión-Servicio Técnico UK's Managing Director will be attending the 2017 Gurtam partner... fb.me/96sg1gXQU
Chris from SerVision's UK office exhibiting at the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI)... fb.me/3ESW2xmBS