India’s transport sector is large and diverse; it caters to the needs of 1.1 billion people. Good physical connectivity in the urban and rural areas is essential for economic growth. Since the early 1990s, India’s growing economy has witnessed a rise in demand for transport infrastructure and services. India has an extensive network of transport through ports, highway networks, railways and airports. While this drives commerce in the future, it is also important for industry to take steps to safeguard and protect transportation networks and systems.
- Pickpockets tend to target people on public transport
- Violation of traffic laws by drivers go unmonitored
- Sensitive vehicles like bank cash Vans, VIP vehicles are prone to attacks
- Cargo/shipment go unmonitored due to which the goods get damaged
- Lack of Compatibility with variable voltages
- Vibration and shocks in vehicle which impacts the hardware components of the device.
- Blame Game : Bonafide Evidence
- Vandalism of vehicles
- HD cameras in vehicles, ships, cargos etc. to create a safer transportation environment
- Sensor integration with MDVR to Reduce costs for vandalism and graffiti
- Live monitoring and GPS tracking to efficiently monitor cargo and property
- Two way talk which reduce incident response time
- GPS to tag the video evidence with current location, quickly decide the correct incident response.
- 3G/4G to communicate with control room in real-time for monitoring, instant report.
- Wi-Fi to connect with emergency control room & auto download the recorded video
- Built-in OBD Sensor check th e health status of the device to health the device status
- EN 61373 – Shock and Vibration Compliance to protect device from vibration and shocks