PRO-VISION Doubles Recording Storage for Mobile Video Surveillance Systems

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By Increasing from a 64 Gigabyte (GB) SDXC Card to 128 GB SDXC Card Technology, PRO-VISION has doubled Solid-State recording capacity.

Photos of Both a Hard Drive and a Solid-State Drive

Under the Hood: Solid-State and Hard Drive Technology

We build solid state systems because they are more reliable, simple, and affordable than other types of mobile video recording systems–not to mention their compact size.

PRO-VISION® Video Systems recently added a 128 Gigabyte SDXC card to their mobile digital video recording systems lineup. While most mobile video recording manufacturers that utilize solid state SD card systems carry between 16 and 32 Gigabytes of storage, PRO-VISION has more than doubled the recording capacity to allow school districts to investigate incident claims when there was a reporting delay of several weeks, to over a month. The increased data storage allows more video to be recorded before the unused portions are written over again with new video.

"Companies that build school and transit bus, police car, and commercial vehicle recording systems either utilize less reliable hard drive based systems, bulky solid state drives, or solid state drives with removable SD card storage," says Marketing Manager Sam Lehnert. Unlike hard drive systems that rely on moving parts–similar to a CD or DVD–to record data, solid state systems only have circuit boards–like an MP3 player–and are therefore much more reliable when mounted inside a moving bus, motorcycle, patrol car, truck, or other vehicle. "We build solid state systems because they are more reliable, simple, and affordable than other types of mobile video recording systems–not to mention their compact size."

Currently, PRO-VISION recording systems include a 64 Gigabyte card and provide the 128 Gigabyte card as an optional upgrade. PRO-VISION has an industry-leading lineup of rugged, reliable school and transit bus cameras, police in-car cameras, and commercial vehicle cameras that pair with mobile digital video recorders to increase safety and reduce liability in a variety of fleets.

About PRO-VISION – In 2003, PRO-VISION was incorporated and started by supplying back-up camera systems. 2005 marked their entry into the School Bus market. By 2009, PRO-VISION had entered the Commercial Recording System market, released 4 Camera School Bus Systems, and allowed for Live Video Viewing and Video File Transfer. By 2011, the company had expanded into a 240% larger facility and entered the law enforcement recording system market. The company has expanded to the international market selling systems into countries such as South Africa, Great Britain, Australia, Mexico, and Brazil, to name a few. PRO-VISION is ranked in the top 100 manufacturing firms on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America for 2012, and also earned a spot on the list in 2011.

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