IPVMU Certified | 02/25/13 03:20pm
In the US, this aspect of the surveillance market has different incumbent manufacturer players, and big installers of transit surveillance are not normally 'traditional' security integrators. I do not have recommendations, per se, just a list of manufacturers (supporting your desired features) you may find helpful to research:
There could quite possibly be a list of thousands I haven't listed. Many larger manufacturers, like Axis and American Dynamics have 'transportation' product offerings, but they tend to be expensive and fleet surveillance is normally a very low-price, commodity hardware type of market.
This offers some explaination what they are so many 'low-end' providers: they kit together bits and pieces (even with the advanced features you describe) and go from there.
IPVMU Certified | 02/26/13 01:24pm
thanks for your response. It looks like there are 2 kind of systems for these situations:
a) rugged dvr, like black boxes.
b) "all in one" cameras
All of them with similar softwares used for forensic proposes:
But what happens when you want to centralize the video monitoring, make remote backups in each stops, view realtime video, etc. None of these manufacturers offers anything with these features.