Management

Software Solution Designed to Secure Video Files

Posted on March 13, 2017
SecuraMax is designed to help users securely upload, manage, protect, and share video files.
SecuraMax is designed to help users securely upload, manage, protect, and share video files.

BYRON CENTER, Mich. — PRO-VISION Video Systems has released SecuraMax, an automated video management software solution for school bus and transit fleets.

SecuraMax is designed to help users securely upload, manage, protect, and share video files. SecuraMax simplifies video management by enabling files to be automatically and securely uploaded through Wi-Fi to a local server network or the cloud when a bus pulls into a yard or garage, according to PRO-VISION.

To make finding video easier, SecuraMax automatically categorizes event video based on customizable recording triggers, such as a school bus stop-arm activation or erratic driving. The software also allows users to customize the length of time each video is retained based on category. SecuraMax enables users to store event video for as long as needed while non-event video is automatically deleted when its custom retention period expires, simplifying the management process and freeing up valuable storage space.

Users can also securely share files inside and outside an organization through email with SecuraMax. Advanced sharing options provide users with control of video files, while autonomous audit trails and usage reports that cannot be altered by users or administrators keep control of files.

Related Topics: school bus security, video surveillance

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