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AngelTrax unveils ‘Roadshow Bus’

Posted on April 9, 2009

[IMAGE]Roadshow-Bus-Jereme-and-TerryFull.jpg[/IMAGE] AngelTrax Bus Video, manufacturer of video surveillance for the mass transit, rail, school bus, and law enforcement industries, is unveiling its new AngelTrax Roadshow Bus. 

The bus is equipped with the manufacturer’s patent published Virtual Synchronized Mapping Module, patent pending Hybrid Component Mobile DVR, along with seven transit series cameras and a 46-inch flat screen LCD set up for live demonstrations.

AngelTrax will debut their Roadshow Bus at these upcoming conferences:  Alabama School Transportation Conference in Montgomery, Alabama June 10th – 11th; North Carolina Pupil Transportation Association Annual Conference and Trade Show in Raleigh, N.C. June 16th – 17th; GAPT Conference in Pine Mountain, Ga. June 22 – 26; 16th STN Expo Conference and Trade Show in Reno, Nev. July 25 – 29; and the WAPT 33rd Annual Trade Show in Spokane, Wa. Aug. 2. 

 

 

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