Featured Case Study: MVG400 Restores Calm to School Buses
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Mass public transportation systems carry thousands of commuters and other passengers every day and every hour. Trains, in particular, have become a prime target for terrorist attacks. They are also highly vulnerable to vandalism and other criminal activities perpetrated by passengers.
With SerVision’s Mobile Video Gateways installed onboard the train, it is possible to continuously monitor what is happening in and around each train car. SerVision’s mobile gateways use advanced compression technologies to enable high-quality video streaming over cellular networks. The video gateways comply with the EN50155 train vibration standard allowing for smooth and clear real-time video streams to train control centers.
In the case of an event, automatic notifications can be sent via SMS or e-mail to the relevant personnel. Real-time video streams can also be accessed by police and other emergency response teams from any location via their smart phone or laptop.
Combined with the SVNVR server, this turn-key solution will enable high-speed download of footage to a dedicated storage server upon arrival of the train to its station, for archiving and evidence-storing purposes.
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