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Apollo Video named transit bus video surveillance market leader

Posted on November 2, 2015

Apollo Video Technology
Apollo Video Technology

Apollo Video Technology has been named the transit bus market leader in the Americas, according to the 2015 edition of the World Market for Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment report.

Released by IHS Inc., a global business information and analytics provider, the report ranks companies based on annual sales revenue and is published every other year. For the third consecutive time, Apollo Video was recognized as the market leader in the Americas, an achievement held since 2010. In addition to being the lead supplier for bus video surveillance, Apollo Video also increased its market share for mobile video surveillance onboard trains and trams by 3%.

“We are honored to receive this designation. This accomplishment reflects our company’s determination to earn and maintain the support and trust of our transit partners,” said Rodell Notbohm, CEO of Apollo Video Technology. “The result of gaining and fortifying such partnerships is evident through the collaborative advancements in our mobile video surveillance solutions. As an industry leader, we strive to not only solve our customer’s safety and security needs, but improve their operational efficiencies as well — ultimately saving them valuable time and money. With this acknowledgement, their collective approval rings loud and clear.”

A leading manufacturer of mobile video surveillance technology since 2004, Apollo Video offers solutions that deliver exceptional video quality along with software optimized for fast wireless downloading capabilities, live video streaming and easy management of video evidence.

With the release of RoadRunner HD™ in 2014, Apollo Video added to its suite of solutions a mobile video system featuring state-of-the-art high definition recording optimized for mobile applications. Such offerings supply transit agencies with a complete video surveillance solution that addresses both operational effectiveness and safety for passengers and operators alike.  


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