Each of the Central Ohio Transit Authority’s 305 buses is equipped with video and audio surveillance, which can be used clarify incidents reported by drivers or customers.
San Francisco’s Muni is one of several transit operations using DHS grant monies to bolster its program with the use of video surveillance technology software that analyzes abnormal behavior, and thereby alerting systems to potential security and safety issues.
In a comprehensive report published by independent UK-based firm IMS Research, Seon was ranked #1 worldwide for sales in mobile surveillance solutions. The report, entitled “The World of Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment,” is published every two years.
Recent advances in the world of mobile surveillance increase public safety while allowing transit agencies to improve incident response, reduce risk and save money.
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