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Enhance security and situational awareness with our line of mobile peripheral devices, designed specifically for transit authorities. Record vehicle location, speed and audio, as well as manually-triggered alarms and aggressive driving incidents.
March Networks RideSafe GT Series Hybrid Transit NVR

All March Networks mobile peripherals integrate with our high-performance RideSafe GT Series Hybrid Transit NVRs, providing advanced functionality for bus and light rail operators deploying our mobile solution.

an illustration of a video surveillance installation on a bus, showing an NVR, cameras, microphone, wireless antenna and more

A typical March Networks RideSafe mobile solution bus deployment

Mobile 7-inch or 10-inch LCD Monitors

  • 16:9 HDMI monitor for displaying video from onboard cameras
  • Enhance safety and increase situational awareness in and around the vehicle
  • Easy-to-use controls and detachable sunshade
GPS module and antenna

GPS Module and Antenna

  • Gather vehicle location, speed and time data
  • Direct connection to RideSafe NVRs
  • Rugged waterproof design
  • Mounting plate for easy installation
wireless adaptor and antenna

802.11 b/g/n Wireless Adaptor/ Antenna

  • 2400 – 2500 MHz frequency range
  • N connector for direct mobile NVR transmission
  • Optional USB 802.11 b/g/n/ adaptor for fast download times
  • Roof-mount ready


  • Record audio onboard a bus or train
  • 20Hz – 20kHz frequency range
  • Impedance 75Ω balanced
  • Four microphone inputs per mobile NVR
  • Ceiling or wall mount
The Status LED and Tag module

Status LED and Tag Module

  • Tag video for download by pushing tag/alarm button
  • Power 0.53 W
  • Continuous green LED indicates system recording status
  • LED off indicates camera obstruction or system fault
3D accelerometer

3D Accelerometer Module

  • Tag video associated with acceleration (sharp left and right turning, hard braking, aggressive driving and impact sensor)
  • Direct alarm input to mobile NVRs
  • Alarm tags video segment upon impact
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