Report: Apollo Video 2010 video surveillance bus market leader

Posted on November 8, 2011

IMS Research released the 2011 edition of the World Market Report for Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment, identifying Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) as the 2010 market leader in sales revenue for transit bus mobile video surveillance equipment in the Americas.

Apollo Video recently released new features to its ViM (Vehicle Information Management) Software, designed to mitigate the risk of video loss, reduce maintenance and operating costs and increase accessibility of video surveillance and fleet data. Apollo Video's hardware and software features forward and backward compatibility, which is completely unique in the market.

In addition, Apollo Video leads the industry in secure wireless connectivity, which improves incident investigation by enabling transit managers to log on remotely, view cameras on‐board, and download and archive video to quickly investigate passenger and employee concerns, according to the company.


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