Mass Transit

Onboard surveillance recording solutions

 

RoadRecorder 7000 Network Video Recorder

Safety Vision's RoadRecorder 7000 Next Generation Network Video Recorder

The RoadRecorder® 7000 network video recorder records video and data from up to 12  high definition IP cameras and provides long-term onboard storage with the industry first, patented SafeStor technology, combining solid state drives (SSD) and large capacity hard disk drives (HDD). The RoadRecorder 7000 NVR utilizes H.264 compression, providing larger storage capacity and up to 9 times greater resolution than analog video.


 

Safety Vision offers a full suite of mass transit mobile digital video recording solutions. For nearly two decades, transit agencies and other public safety organizations have teamed with us to enhance the safety and security of personnel and the public while improving the efficiency and productivity of mobile operations.

To view Safety Vision's flagship mass transit product, the RoadRecorder 7000 Network Video Recorder, click here.

What we can do for you

Your industry peers in mass transit, first responder, and other public service mobile fleets enjoy immediate and tangible benefits from our onboard recording solutions—featuring rugged and reliable mobile DVRs, wireless download of video and audio files, and user-friendly backend data and evidence management software. Roll with us and you, too, may be able to:

  • Enhance passenger and public safety
  • Improve driver/operator performance
  • Increase ridership and revenues
  • Reduce risk of fraudulent claims
  • Maximize operational efficiency

Advance Your Technology

H.264, also known as MPEG-4 Part 10 AVC (Advanced Video Coding), is the latest MPEG standard for video encoding. H.264 is quickly becoming the video standard of choice. This is because an H.264 encoder can, without compromising image quality, reduce the size of a digital video file by more than80% compared with the Motion JPEG format and as much as 50% more than the MPEG-4 Part 2 standard. This means that much less network bandwidth and storage space are required for a video file. Or, as seen another way, a much higher video quality can be achieved for a given bit rate.

This is important when helping you determine the drive size needed to store the appropriate amount of video. Most customers that we visit with are currently using recorders that utilize MJPEG; however a 1TB drive will only get 5 days worth of video. With H.264 they would be able to get up to 30 days worth of video with the same size drive.

H.264 is also important when using wireless downloads. Obviously with H.264 you have a smaller file size to download making it faster than using MJPEG or MPEG-4 Part 2.  

Why we're the ones to do it

Today and every day, our in-house engineering department, account management, and technical support personnel are working together to ensure our solutions are up to the minute—and up to your standards. We build in scalability, and we design for interoperability. We create customized solutions to fit unique needs and different budgets. And we focus on consistently delivering high quality mobile video products and services.

Increase your mobile security, today

To start reaping the benefits of mobile digital video surveillance or to discuss your agency's unique transit security camera needs, call 800.880.8855 or email us, today.

To secure grant monies to fund your transit video recording project, we suggest you review our Grants/Funding page for resources that may help you in your search.

We also offer you a quick and easy purchasing option associated with Dell computer products. If you are with a government or public agency that has an existing contract with Dell, you may now order Safety Vision products directly from your Dell representative. To learn more about this convenient option, contact Safety Vision by phone at 800.880.8855 or by email.