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NEWTON, Ala. — AngelTrax Bus Video has expanded its video management software suite to include FlexPlay Pro, a video data management platform for analyzing live and stored video surveillance and telematics.
FlexPlay Pro features remote system configuration, automatic wireless downloads, live video streaming and instant system health notifications, which enables fleet directors to gain real-time insight into their fleet operations, company officials said. In addition, FlexPlay Pro features an enhanced user interface, resulting in streamlined monitoring of telematics data.
System-wide remote configuration also allows users to create custom notification and network settings for each component in their fleet. FlexPlay Pro notification settings can be programmed to alert users to events, such as camera loss, hard drive failure, vehicle collisions, over-speed and other system malfunctions.
The redesigned interface, which is similar to the AngelTrax FlexPlay user environment, allows fleet directors to browse and monitor video data faster and more easily. Users with GPS-enabled equipment can now view embedded GPS coordinates as a Google Map overlay synced with video surveillance footage in a user-friendly, side-by-side format.
Other FlexPlay Pro features include a four- or eight-channel video display with selectable audio playback, an innovative blur feature (which can be used to conceal innocent individuals), automatic retrieval of stored footage from the hard drive, and 24-hour, one-hour or 20-minute segmented playback timeline options.
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