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Report: Seon named 'leading' mobile video supplier

Posted on May 27, 2009

Mobile video surveillance manufacturer Seon Design Inc. has been named the world’s leading supplier of mobile surveillance equipment for the school bus market and the bus and coach markets. Seon has also been ranked No. 2 overall in the world of mobile surveillance.

In a comprehensive report recently released by independent U.K.-based firm IMS Research, it was confirmed that Seon achieved more than 45.9 percent of the world’s school bus mobile surveillance market in 2008, a figure four times greater than the next largest supplier. The report, entitled "The World Market for Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment," is published every two years. Seon received the same recognition in 2007.

“I am delighted that we are the bus and coach industry’s number one choice for mobile surveillance,” said Ian Radziejewski, founder and president of Seon Design Inc. “Achieving these results is a testament to the hard work Seon invests in its products and service. By putting the customer first, we have built a reputation of providing value and service second to none in the industry.”

Seon manufactures mobile surveillance systems specifically designed to meet the challenges that school bus transportation managers encounter on the road every day. Seon’s high-performance digital recorders combine outstanding image quality with a rugged, tamper-proof design built to withstand vibration, temperature extremes and the day-to-day abuse from children and operators alike. The company's user-friendly systems offer an array of smart features and options including Wi-Fi, GPS tracking and mapping software.

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