Mobile video surveillance is forecasted to grow with continuous momentum, triggered by the rising demands for public security and safety in transportation. For instance, Tokyo Metro Co. will install IP surveillance cameras in over 3,000 subway vehicles, starting in 2018 or 2019, as an initiative to improve passenger safety for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In order to facilitate all the onboard IP surveillance cameras in a centralized management, Lanner provides a wide range of in-vehicle/in-train NVR solutions.
Lanner vehicle surveillance gateways V3S and V6S series will be further empowered by Lanner’s latest offering – 4G LTE module designed to be externally accessible. The module is designed in SATA interface with USB 3.0 signal. As a wireless network module, it provides one full-sized Mini-PCIe socket and two SIM card slots. The module is made for Lanner vehicle computing V3S and V6S series and hot-swappable for field interchangeable, test and installation.
Lanner Electronics Inc., launches next-generation rugged, fanless V3 Series vehicle gateway controllers – V3G and V3S. While V3G is targeted for smart bus implementation, including fleet management and passenger information display, V3S aims at video surveillance, recording and analytics. V3G and V3S feature the new generation 14 nm Intel® Atom™ x7-E3950 SoC (formerly Apollo Lake). This processor consumes low volume of power and offers performance upgrade for vehicle computing needs from previous generation of Atom™ processors.