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Seon launches next-gen mobile surveillance system

Posted on February 15, 2011

Seon Design Inc. introduced a new mobile surveillance solution for bus and coach fleets, regardless of fleet size or location — including multiple locations.

Seon's end-to-end mobile surveillance solution includes the next generation of its enterprise fleet management software (vMax Commander), the Explorer DX12 DVR, and the vMax View video and recorded data management software.

The vMax Commander allows transportation administrators to manage the video and recorded data from entire fleets, large or small. This scalable software system simplifies and automates regular tasks.

In conjunction with Seon's Smart-Reach wireless solution, vMax Commander eliminates the need to manually retrieve hard drives. vMax also is fully compatible with Seon's current DVR family.

Meanwhile, the compact 12-channel Explorer DX12 records two information streams, one for wireless live-viewing, and one for high resolution playback. Other features include incident alerts, geo-fencing and system health reporting, a built in G-sensor, optional power back-up, and a power battery controller. Use vMax Web to securely access information from the DX12 on any computer configured for access.

 

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