Video Surveillance for Public Transportation

Video surveillance for Public Transport
  • Capture problems, reduce response times
  • Integration into powerful networks
  • Number plate identification, entry / exit, etc.
  • Monitoring of tunnels and roads
  • Protection against graffiti, vandalism, robbery, wanton pollution
  • Protection of persons and transport facilities
  • Reduce the reaction to events, alarming the use of force
Your advantages
  • Tailor-made IP video surveillance solutions
  • Planning, installation and maintenance - all from a single source
  • More than 20 years of experience
  • ISO 9001 certified specialist company
  • More than 5,000 successfully implemented projects
  • Regardless of the manufacturer
  • A single contact person for the entire project
  • Friendly and uncomplicated support
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Electronic devices must communicate with each other in the real world of transport in real-time, over long distances and often under adverse conditions.
Flexible, future-proof VTIS video solutions are scalable and flexibly adapt to your requirements. They provide reliable documentation, no matter in which area of transport they are used.

To meet the increasing demands on transport security and efficiency, real-time video surveillance systems enable fast detection and response to problems. Robust design and high image quality are prerequisites in order to ensure the rapid and reliable operation of these systems. And through the integration of video surveillance into high-performance networks, uninterrupted flow of information is ensured. High-resolution VTIS IP cameras can be optimally used for monitoring tunnels and roads. Among other things, they do the identification of the license plates or monitor entrances and exits as well as critical areas. In addition, they can be mounted at traffic lights or lampposts to maintain road safety.

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In order to prevent manipulation of buildings and installations, such as graffiti, vandalism, robbery or deliberate pollution, advanced video cameras can be easily visible or optically inconspicuous, e.g. in the vicinity of historic buildings, public squares or tourist areas. In this way, potential perpetrators are either deterred from being represented or, as a matter of fact, transferred to law enforcement on the basis of video documentation. Of course, in addition to the real estate itself, their entry and exit areas can also be monitored, for example, to keep villagers away.

In public transport, video surveillance is used to protect domestic law only against the risk of violence against persons and transport facilities as well as for technical passenger safety. As a rule, IP video dome cameras are used to protect both trains or buses themselves from vandalism as well as passengers from overprints by violent offenders. With VTIS video surveillance along the road operators can identify obstacles in a timely manner, reduce response times, and, if necessary, warn the driver and alert emergency or rescue personnel.

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