Management

New product offers combined fleet inspection, AVL, video

Posted on October 28, 2010

Zonar Systems and digital video surveillance supplier AngelTrax have combined their efforts to provide a single source offering that joins electronic fleet inspection, Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL), video surveillance and fleet management solutions. The system offers fleet operations improved overall fleet safety, asset protection and efficiency, according to the manufacturers.

Zonar's core products include:

EVIR (Electronic Vehicle Inspection Report): a tag and inspect system that ensures pre- and post-trip inspection compliance, including verified child checks, while eliminating paperwork and speeding vehicle repair.

V2J: next generation GPS capabilities that combine real-time delivery of vehicle location, operation, condition and performance data in one device.

ZPass: patented real-time, Web-based student tracking.

Ground Traffic Control: a Web-based fleet management portal.

AngelTrax provides mobile video surveillance solutions to public transportation fleets to promote passenger safety, prevent disorderly conduct, assist in tracking problem motorists, protect drivers and other employees from fraudulent claims, enforce good driving practices, deter vandalism and to investigate collisions.

AngelTrax's key products include:

Hybrid Component Series MDVRS: utilizes a patent pending, removable component design that allows for flexibility and field serviceability.

Virtual Synchronized Mapping: GPS tracking synchronized with recorded video footage eliminates guesswork on vehicle location during an event and tracks the precise route of the vehicle.

PeriOptic Lens cameras: high-resolution capture cameras that deliver clear, reliable audio and video data by employing infrared technology, IP 68 certified waterproof lenses and noise-gated microphones.

FlexPlay: an easy-to-use video playback software solution that provides quick event retrieval, simple data archiving and a convenient blur feature.

Related Topics: GPS, inspections, software systems, video surveillance

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