Mobile Surveillance Provides Operational Intelligence for Public Transport

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NEXCOM's newest MVS 5200 series of mobile surveillance systems help detect suspicious objects, fight crimes, and prevent fare evasion, resulting in safety and efficiency improvements for buses, metro transit systems, rails, and more.

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NEXCOM's newest series of mobile surveillance systems, MVS 5200, turns video images into operational intelligence, which allows for watching over public safety and transport operation. The MVS 5200 series features the caliber of microservers, mobile NVRs, and data loggers to bring real-time intelligence on board of public transport. With the ability to see, sense and think, the MVS 5200 series can help detect suspicious objects, fight crimes, and prevent fare evasion, resulting in safety and efficiency improvements for buses, metro transit systems, rails, and more.

The MVS 5200 series equips high processing power required for compute-intensive analysis. Available with Intel® Coreā„¢ i7-5650U or i3-5010U processor, the MVS 5200 series can analyze surveillance videos and in-vehicle sensor data. To enhance transport safety, the MVS 5200 series can detect unattended packages to enable potential security threats to be contained timely. The mobile surveillance systems can even run automated number plate recognition (ANPR) if installed on patrol vehicles, making it easier to locate vehicles of interests and high risk drivers. In regards to fare evasion, the MVS 5200 series can calculate the ridership, identify ineligible ticket holders, and allow revenue enforcement actions to be taken.

To coordinate information from multiple data sources, the MVS 5200 series has packed a rich set of interfaces and sensors. Eight PoE ports are provided to connect and power high resolution surveillance cameras and for simplified wiring, while a CAN connector and DI/Os are in place to gather engine speed, tire pressure, and brake status from in-vehicle sensors. And there are G-sensor and GPS receiver giving location information and vehicle traces. The driver ID is a notable addition which can be obtained through serial connections.

For analysis or documentation purposes, all videos and sensor data can be fused to create an integrated view of an event, set to trigger a reaction, and displayed in both live and playback mode. Up to 4 terabytes of analysis results, video images, and sensor data can be held utilizing two HDD/SSD bays. Still, high speed internet is supported with one Wi-Fi and two 3G/LTE connections to allow for cloud backup, remote monitoring, and emergency alerts.

Dedicated to mobile applications, the MVS 5200 series incorporates low power protection, ignition delay, and an optional battery pack against unstable power supply of public transport. Moreover, the MVS 5200 series can swing into action once detecting abnormal activities even in the power-off state. Adding to these smart power management features, the MVS 5200 series is fanless to persistently deliver high system performance despite adverse environments.

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Khang Pham
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