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TD Fleet Monitor Conducts Video System Health Checks

Posted on November 14, 2016
The new TD Fleet Monitor from 247Security gives managers key metrics on their video surveillance system and vehicle health.
The new TD Fleet Monitor from 247Security gives managers key metrics on their video surveillance system and vehicle health.

The new TD Fleet Monitor from 247Security Inc. gives managers key metrics on their video surveillance system and vehicle health.

TD Fleet Monitor provides information, either automatically or on demand, to help diagnose issues. The system uses GPS and sensor data from the vehicle and communicates with a cloud server to bring data to a desktop computer or mobile device.

TD Fleet Monitor can accommodate multiple users, and automated alerts can be set up. According to 247Security, the system avoids unnecessary trips and labor hours to check cameras, and it provides GPS fleet analysis without changing onboard hardware or installing additional official hardware.

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Related Topics: GPS, preventive maintenance, telematics, video surveillance

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