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Safe Fleet acquires MobileView

Posted on December 4, 2017

Safe Fleet announced the acquisition of MobileView, from Interlogix, a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.

MobileView is a provider of mobile surveillance and video management solutions to more than 35,000 transit bus and rail vehicles in the U.S. The company’s products enable transportation professionals to capture, record, analyze, and control video evidence to enhance security, maximize resources, and increase vehicle uptime.

“MobileView’s solutions are best-in-class servicing a significant number of transit agencies in North America. The addition of MobileView to Safe Fleet’s leading video positions in school and transit bus, fire, law enforcement, waste, and commercial markets extends Safe Fleet’s position as the largest global provider of video solutions to the fleet market,” stated John Knox, CEO of Safe Fleet. “As a result of the MobileView acquisition, Safe Fleet is the preeminent provider and offers the broadest and most complete line of video solutions to transit bus and rail authorities.”

“Safe Fleet presents a compelling opportunity to leverage MobileView’s capabilities and position the portfolio for growth with transit bus and rail agencies,” said Al Cavagnero, GM MobileView. “The MobileView team is excited to start working with Safe Fleet in developing the next generation of video solutions and comprehensively serving transit authorities throughout North America.”

Financial terms of the purchase were not disclosed.

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