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May 14, 2013

Seon adds 13-channel mobile DVR to lineup

Paired with CHW HD bus camera, the DX-HD is ideal for transit and school bus surveillance applications where image clarity is essential, such as in accident reconstruction or license plate capture.


June 15, 2012

Seon releases 8-channel mobile DVR

Designed for advanced mobile surveillance applications, the TX8 gives bus operators powerful features like geo-fencing and a built-in G-sensor essential for AVL integration and monitoring driver behavior.


April 30, 2012

REI unveils new DVR products, software

The HD400 and HD800 DVRs provide the ability to update the hardware operating system using the USB drive and stores more video, audio and vehicle data on the SD card or hard drive. A new version of the BUS-WATCH viewing software, A.R.M.O.R.-VMS, includes features such as license plate capture, integrated Google mapping technology and increased recording/storage space.


October 5, 2011

247Security offers mobile video options

The company provides video solutions for mobile applications. The company deploys video-focused solutions today that are built on 20 years of experience in computer design and manufacturing.


April 2, 2010

Apollo Video introduces new DVR series

The RoadRunner MRH series provides months of on-board storage, years of maintenance-free operation, and allows for system-wide remote updates.


February 10, 2010

March Networks equips Md.

In tests conducted by the MTA, the 5412 MDVRs consistently downloaded 700 MB of video — the equivalent of one hour of video from 10 cameras on each bus — in less than five minutes.


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