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April 2014

Mobile Surveillance Helping Transit Agencies Operate More Efficiently

While often being used to provide driver and passenger safety, solutions can offer even more capabilities, such as improving headways, with the film itself also able to be used as a training tool.

February 2013

2013 UMA Expo Begins New Era

Co-located Travel Exchange aims to bring together motorcoach and group tour and travel industries to help form both partnerships and business relationships. Meanwhile, several companies mark major milestones on the show floor.

March 2012

Tech improves efficiency, reduces costs for mobile surveillance

As technology continues to improve, so does mobile surveillance operability. Learn how developments on the horizon in camera use, DVRs, Wi-Fi and information systems will help fleets — both large and small — increase efficiency.

August 2009

What to Consider Before Equipping Your Fleet with Video Surveillance

While technological advances are happening at a faster rate, when looking for a video system that fits your needs, considering the basics such as video quality, user-friendliness and video storage are still key.

January 2009

High-Tech Entertainment Systems Enhance Coach Services

While demand for LCD widescreen monitors continues to grow, motorized flip-down monitors look to be the next big thing in on-board entertainment systems. Digital media players operated via USB flash drives appear to be on the horizon.

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