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REI enters European marketplace at BusWorld

Posted on October 20, 2015

Mobile transportation electronics manufacturer Radio Engineering Industries (REI) is expanding into Europe by debuting innovative solutions for the bus and coach industry at this week’s BusWorld 2015.

“We are excited to attend BusWorld 2015.” said Scott Hays, REI President. “Given that REI has been the North and South American leader in designing, engineering and manufacturing transportation electronics for over 75 years, expanding into Europe is a natural progression.”

REI will debut the Digital Media Center; a luxury personal entertainment solution for the transportation industry. Never before has the industry been able to provide wireless, personalized entertainment for their passengers. Powered by REI’s Digital Media Center, passengers gain access to movies, television and custom programming via Wi-Fi from licensed studios. Passengers enjoy their personalized entertainment experience by selecting content utilizing a downloadable app and playing the content wirelessly on their personal hand-held devices and laptops.

REI will also be showcasing their latest HDMI components, HD monitors, wireless microphone and system control module at BusWorld.

In addition, REI is also showcasing their Mobile Video Surveillance solutions. Viewing activities inside and outside of a vehicle is crucial, and REI’s robust DVR and variety of cameras are built for the mobile environment. By combining these solutions with REI’s A.R.M.O.R. software suite, which allows proactive monitoring of buses, fleet operators will assist with mitigating risk and provide a quantifiable ROI on fleet maintenance for their operations.

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