November 30, 2011

AngelTrax releases new mobile DVR

AngelTrax announced its latest mobile DVR, the HDX, which features built-in wireless capabilities that leverage a 500MHz LAN card and enables clients to receive system health notifications via text message or email at a lower price. The compact, powerful mobile surveillance device features four audio/video channels, a 250GB SATA hard drive and H.264 video compression.

The HDX assists fleet directors with incident management through the hands-free wireless transfer of event notifications. Users may setup GSRP wireless notification for DVR events, such as video status, overspeed, camera loss, over G-Force, panic events and many more. The panic event feature notifies fleet directors of operator induced panic events via text message or email and includes an MJPEG snapshot from one of the onboard cameras.

HDX DVRs come standard with four channels of audio and video, which record and store the highest quality audio/video possible in the transportation industry, due to high frame rate video capture and user selectable MJPEG or H.264 compression. Recorded data is watermarked and encrypted to ensure video capture is authentic and court admissible.

The HDX attends to the safety of vehicle supervisors, drivers and passengers alike by offering a delay function built into its firmware, allowing for continued recording up to 999 minutes after the vehicle has been shut down. This ensures operator performance of appropriate post-trip tasks, and can be set on-site or remotely through the MOTOTrax interface. A driver-operated panic button is included and features three system check lights and a panic event push button, which enables operators to mark a panic event on the DVR and confirm the system is functioning properly.

Users can also customize the HDX to fit their specific needs. An optional VSM module featuring absolute GPS accuracy synchronized with recorded video footage can be added for maximum productivity. The available optional G-Sensor feature offers a three-axis inertia sensor that absorbs large shocks and marks audio/video data with an event. The G-Sensor marks impact not only front to back, but side to side and up and down.

The HDX can also be fully-integrated with MOTOTrax — AngelTrax's online surveillance management solution.

 

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