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March Networks announces compact IP recorders

Posted on September 12, 2017

Available in 4 and 6-channel models, the compact IP recorders are ideal for mid-sized vehicles and paratransit fleets ready to transition to all-IP video capture. Photo: March Networks
Available in 4 and 6-channel models, the compact IP recorders are ideal for mid-sized vehicles and paratransit fleets ready to transition to all-IP video capture. Photo: March Networks

March Networks introduced its RideSafe MT Series IP Recorders, built to capture high-definition IP video and integrated vehicle data in demanding bus environments.

The recorders provide transportation agencies with sharp megapixel video evidence, automated wireless downloading, Power over Ethernet, and search and investigation capabilities.

Available in 4 and 6-channel models, the compact IP recorders are ideal for mid-sized vehicles and paratransit fleets ready to transition to all-IP video capture.

The RideSafe MT Series IP Recorders also integrate with vehicle Computer Aided Dispatch and Automated Vehicle Location data. Transit agencies can use the solution to search for recorded events, including vehicle hardbrakes, speed, GPS location, door malfunctions, and driver-tagged incidents, and review these incidents along with the associated video. The clear video and metadata enable fleet operators to investigate complaints, liability claims, and other events quickly and cost-effectively to see what actually occurred and arm themselves with compelling video evidence.

The RideSafe MT Series recorders incorporate an embedded Linux OS to eliminate unnecessary background services, front-panel diagnostic LEDs, solid state disk drives, and internal battery backup. In addition, they are built to withstand the wide temperature ranges, humidity, shock, vibration, and other environmental pressures common on mobile vehicles, and support enterprise-class remote health monitoring via the Command software.

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