March Networks Launches Compact, All-IP Video Recording Platform For Advanced Bus Surveillance And Incident Investigation

March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, announced a new video recording platform purpose-built to capture high-definition IP video and integrated vehicle data in demanding bus environments. March Networks RideSafe™ MT Series IP Recorders provide transportation agencies with sharp megapixel video evidence, automated wireless downloading, Power over Ethernet, and innovative search and investigation capabilities, all while maintaining the exceptional reliability and ease of service customers have come to expect from March Networks.

6-Year-Old May Have Been Slapped By Bus Driver – Parents Want Video For Answers

A Belleville, IL, family has questions about a school bus incident that the surveillance video would answer, which is why they say they’ve been asking to see the video for the last four months. Stacy and Mic Barringer say their 9-year-old daughter told them in April that a Belleville school bus driver slapped their son, who was 6-years-old, on his arm. At the time of the alleged incident, the school district, Belleville District 118, had a contract with the private bus company First Student, Inc., which employed the driver. The driver was later reassigned to a different route, according to the family and the district.

March Networks Adds New Megapixel Cameras For Bus, Rail Fleets

March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, is pleased to introduce new mobile IP-cameras to its complete transportation solution for bus, light rail, and passenger rail fleets. Designed to provide transit operators with improved and more comprehensive surveillance coverage, the megapixel cameras are purpose-built to withstand demanding mobile environments and capture consistently clear video in near darkness, bright daylight, and the abrupt lighting transitions that occur when vehicles enter and exit tunnels and underpasses.

Apollo Video Technology Named Market Leader In Transit Bus Video Surveillance

Apollo Video Technology, a leading manufacturer of mobile video surveillance and fleet management solutions, has been named the transit bus market leader in the Americas in the 2017 edition of the Mobile Video Surveillance and Body Worn Cameras Report. Apollo Video has maintained its position as market leader in the Americas since 2010. The report released by IHS Markit, a global business information and analytics provider, ranks companies based on annual sales revenue.

Grant To Fund Surveillance Cameras On Most Maryland Resort Buses

With the help of a major federal grant, all of the municipal buses in Ocean City, Maryland’s fleet could be outfitted with surveillance cameras inside and out. At Tuesday’s Transportation Committee meeting, Public Works Director Hal Adkins told members the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA) was considering including a $500,000 investment in a state-of-the-art video and audio surveillance camera system on all of the buses and vehicles in Ocean City’s fleet as part of the agency’s fiscal year 2017 allocation to the resort. Adkins said the offer “came out of left field” and the discussions were only cursory at this time, but the MTA was encouraging Ocean City to accept the offer.

Apollo Video Technology Recognized as Market Leader in Transit Bus Video Surveillance

Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) has been named the transit bus market leader in the Americas according to the 2015 edition of the World Market for Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment report. Released by IHS Inc., a global business information and analytics provider, the report ranks companies based on annual sales revenue and is published every-other year. For the third consecutive time, Apollo Video was recognized as the market leader in the Americas, an achievement held since 2010.

DART Bus Drivers Say Cameras Tag Them, but Crimes Ignored

Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s use of surveillance cameras to monitor bus drivers’ behavior is drawing criticism from employees who say they’re being penalized for minor infractions while criminal activity caught on video is going ignored. During a 12-month period that ended in July, DART supervisors coached drivers on behavior caught on camera an average of 678 times a month.

Boston Adds Security Cameras To School Buses

Says system will aid in discipline, safety Andrew Prince, a technician with the Boston School Department, installed a video camera in one of the school buses that will be used this fall. When Boston students board their school buses this fall, they may want to watch what they say and do. Boston is equipping all […]