June 15, 2012
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.
December 15, 2011
Company's fleet management and mobile surveillance solutions deliver industrial-strength hardware; enterprise-level software; high-performance wireless systems, and Web-based access to live, real-time vehicle data anywhere, any time.
October 5, 2011
With an imager that can rotate 350 degrees, mount the CA Wedge at any angle and end up with a horizontal picture — the camera is fully adjustable to increase the range of viewing angles.
February 15, 2011
End-to-end mobile surveillance system 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.
August 20, 2009
Site explains all the required hardware, software and accessories, along with options based on a customers' industry and needs. New features also enable the customer to compare products side-by-side.
August 12, 2009
Allows customers to acquire all the equipment they need up front, enabling them to purchase of newer technology that might otherwise be out of reach due to cost.
May 27, 2009
Company 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.
May 11, 2009
Seon's Sherpa can be used to keep an eye on transit property, prosecute vandalism, and observe the activity of your fleet, drivers and passengers.
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