Bus fleet and passenger rail operators worldwide rely on our mobile video surveillance solutions to maintain the highest security for passengers and staff, defend themselves against false liability claims, mitigate risks and ensure they can respond immediately to emergency situations.

With our RideSafe solution, which integrates mobile fleets and wayside assets including stations, depots and park-and-rides, you’ll benefit from key features that improve operational efficiency and ensure high-quality video is always there when needed.

NVRs, Software, Cameras, Peripherals – We’ve Got it All

With the March Networks RideSafe solution, you get a complete onboard system designed specifically for transportation environments. From our Command for Transit software that delivers enterprise-class scalability, video management and wireless automation, to our ruggedized RideSafe NVRs, IP cameras and purpose-built peripherals – our end-to-end solutions deliver the security, liability protection and operational efficiency you demand.


NVRs, Software, Cameras, Peripherals

With our RideSafe mobile solution, a one-hour clip from 6 cameras recorded at 4 fps, CIF resolution takes less than 5 minutes to download!

Wireless Downloading to Keep Your Fleet in Service

Take advantage of automated wireless extraction to retrieve onboard video as soon as the vehicle approaches a Wi-Fi access point network. The secure download is fast and efficient – providing you with the video you need and ensuring vehicles stay in service longer.

Mobile Asset Tracking

Report an incident the moment it occurs and file all case information – including date, time, images, GPS location, and recorder and caddy serial numbers – right from your phone with our GURU smartphone app. Just scan the QR code on your RideSafe GT Series Hybrid Transit NVR, and transfer the file in a PDF format you can track as it moves from one person to the next.


Mobile Asset Tracking with GURU

“I didn’t think we’d ever reach this level of technology for a transit fleet. It’s quite astounding.”

John Neville, Technical Systems Supervisor, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada