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January 3, 2013

Seon expands sales team

Promoted Mike Bismeyer to Transit Sales Manager and added experienced corporate sales executive, Kris Wylie, to its transit division. Bismeyer has been a transit sales executive with Seon for the past four years. Wylie specializes in mobile surveillance and fleet management solutions for the transit market, and works closely with Seon’s sales, marketing, and service teams.


November 10, 2010

Seon launches new fleet management solution

The vMax Commander helps passenger transportation authorities lower the administration requirements of managing the onboard video and telematics data from their fleet. It also increases operational efficiency by giving fleet managers the ability to acquire critical data quickly and easily.


September 15, 2010

Seon improves camera technology, feature benefits

The company's selection of wedge, dome and other specialized cameras are specifically designed for harsh mobile environments. They are also vandal-resistant and capable of withstanding vibration, temperature extremes and other rigors of the road.


March 30, 2010

Seon offering laptop with Trooper TL purchase

The Trooper TL mobile video surveillance system represents the next-generation of the Trooper DVR series.


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