Security & Surveillance
For Public Transport
Video surveillance is a very common feature in public transport. In many countries it is even a legal requirement. Despite the growing critical view of surveillance on a general level, most passengers accept or even welcome the need of video monitoring in public transport since it has a positive effect on their personal security and helps to reduce criminal activity. One of the challenges of video surveillance for public transport is the large number of cameras that need to be monitored. Fully integrating video surveillance into the public transport management system may help alleviate the problem.
Video surveillance deters criminality, e.g. theft, graffiti, vandalism, aggressice behavior, and therefore has a positive impace on actual security.
Sense of Security
Knowing that surveillance is in place, increases the sense of security, which makes public transport a more pleasant experience for passengers and staff.
Onboard Security Solution
Run Time Management of Image Characteristics
Including resolution and fluidity (frame per second) to increase the quality of the recordings in case of alarms and / or commands
Tthis to ensure a better documentation of scenes and facts in emergency situations
Labelling of Recorded Streams
In emergency cases recordings are protected from overwriting, to avoid losing important information after the standard interval (typically three days)
Access to the recorded videos and live stream fully compliant with privacy regulations (GDPR)
Sharing of Hardware Resources
Including mobile video recorder, onboard fleet management, automated fare collection, etc.
Full Integration with Fleet Management
For alarm handling, association of video recording with routes and position information of the vehicle