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October 3, 2012

Apollo debuts high-res camera, display products at APTA

A new high-resolution front-view mobile video surveillance camera captures activity from the bus operator’s forward facing view through the windshield, while a ruggedized high-resolution display monitor offers passengers multiple views of on-board camera feeds.


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.


December 29, 2011

Apollo to provide removable drives for RoadRunner DVRs

With no moving parts, the drives are enclosed in protected housing with shock dampeners. This added safeguard lessens the force of impact and vibration commonly found in mobile environments. Solid-state drives will double the life span of the drive – as compared to traditional rotating-disk hard drives.


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