AngelTrax CEO Richie Howard discusses the new Vulcan Series DVRs, cameras, and Pro8 software at the company’s 2017 National Sales Meeting.

AngelTrax CEO Richie Howard discusses the new Vulcan Series DVRs, cameras, and Pro8 software at the company’s 2017 National Sales Meeting.

NEWTON, Ala. — Mobile video surveillance supplier AngelTrax has introduced several new solutions for the transportation industry.

The Vulcan Series in-vehicle surveillance systems and Pro8 Central Management System software will offer clients high-definition (HD) video of up to 1080P and up to 4 megapixel resolution, along with the ability to schedule or automatically download video clips via Wi-Fi or cellular.

Here are details on AngelTrax’s new products:

Vulcan Hi-Definition Series MDVRs
Vulcan Series DVRs (digital video recorders) are engineered to record IP cameras and HD cameras on the same system and display them simultaneously on screen during playback. Recording two types of camera feeds on the same system enables the fleet operator to have IP cameras installed in key locations where clarity is needed most. However, IP camera channels require more storage than other types of recordings, and this can limit the number of hours that can be stored on the DVR. The solution, according to AngelTrax, is to capture the majority of camera views with true high-definition cameras.

Vulcan Hi-Definition Series Cameras
The Vulcan Series features four DVRs with redundant and sequential recording options. The V24 records 24 channels, including 16 D1 channels and eight IP channels at up to 1080P resolution. The V12 stores eight D1 channels from 720P up to 1080P and four IP channels at up to 1080P. The V5 records four D1 channels at 720P up to 1080P and one IP channel at up to 1080P resolution, while the V5SD records four HD channels at 720P and one IP channel at 720P up to 1080P.

Vulcan Hi-Definition Pro8 Central Management System (CMS) Software
With the unveiling of the Vulcan Series, AngelTrax debuted Pro8 CMS software. Designed to provide more than video playback, the system allows the transportation director to schedule or automatically download video clips, via true high-speed Wi-Fi or cellular, and display all camera channels simultaneously, including true HD and IP. Using an active internet connection, Pro8 is capable of sending DVR alerts via text or email to pre-selected authorized personnel.

AngelTrax debuted the new technology to its corporate sales force at the company’s 2017 National Sales Meeting, a two-day event in January spotlighting the new Vulcan Series with intensive training on the operation, installation, functions, and features of the new product line’s DVRs, cameras, and accessories.

“This year’s National Sales Meeting was especially important in the life of our company because of the impact the new Vulcan product line will have on our business,” AngelTrax CEO and President Richie Howard said. “Each of our regional sales executives is now equipped to take this technology to our customers and show them firsthand how Vulcan systems provide improved video clarity and increased functionality.”

For more information about the Vulcan Series, contact AngelTrax at (800) 673-1788 or go to

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