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Features

  • Fully integrated solution for onboard and wayside environments
  • Remote video monitoring and real-time viewing via wireless hotspots
  • Automated, high-speed wireless video and data extraction
  • Integrated vehicle metadata evidence
  • Rapid search and robust case management
  • Supporting up to 10,000 vehicles and 128,000 cameras

See it all in a single interface

See what’s happening across your transportation network with our enterprise-class video management software solution. Command for Transit lets you monitor activity from inside your vehicles, as well as from stations, depots and other fixed environments, from a single, user-friendly interface.  Track activity as it moves throughout your network for a more complete picture of your operation.

a surveillance image of the outside of a bus station and a surveillance image from inside a bus.]

Flexible and scalable

Have our previous generation March Networks DVRs? Not to worry. Command for Transit is backwards compatible, so you can migrate to IP video incrementally as your budget allows. The software grows with you, supporting up to 10,000 vehicles and 128,000 cameras.

Vehicle metadata integration

Find evidence quickly with Command’s Incident Search, featuring integrated HD video and vehicle metadata. Search for events such as speeding vehicles or use of hard brakes using a date and vehicle location. Then schedule the video clip to automatically download the next time that bus enters a wireless hotspot.

Faster access to live and recorded video

Leverage WiFi technology for automated video extraction in WiFi zones like vehicle yards or depots.  Automatically download recorded video and apply software updates as vehicles enter WiFi zones – no manual intervention required.   This wireless capability also lets you view live or recorded video from any vehicle, on demand, via the RideSafe NVR or the vehicle’s wireless router.

an illustration of a video surveillance deployment on a bus and at a bus station, with video feeding in to a monitoring center. This illustration also shows how video can be uploaded wirelessly at a bus yard or accessed remotely by emergency service personnel
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