Why not something like a GoPro, that's designed specifically for this sort of use? I wheel with a bunch of Jeep drivers that hang these things off the top, side, front, back, and bottom of their rigs going through mud, rocks, and dense bush, and always bring back amazing video.
City Busses. So they will be expected to last several years in all temps and conditions, car washes, branches, etc. Shock and vibration up to 30G. 1 to 4 cameras per bus.
Hi there, we manufacture an external "puck" style camera that has been vibration tested to EN50155:2007 for rolling stock: the IPD6222 it's IP67 and vandal resistant, Onvif Profile S conformant and certified compliant by Milestone.
I dont have any personal experience in this application, but I've been considering the Mobotix S15 for vehicular implementation. I'll let you know if I ever get to it.
Why not consider some of the drive recorders that are coming up slowly? Quite popular in Asia.
I work at Seon Design. We sell a 720P outdoor rated camera and a 5 channel and 13 channel DVR for the mobile environment.
We are not at ASIS, but you can check out the specifications at http://www.seon.com/products/cameras/chw-hd-stop-arm-and-windshield-camera.
Email me or call our office for more information.
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Vivotek has a 2MP Vandal-proof Mobile Surveillance WDR Enhanced Network Camera model MD8562. It has the following rating: IK10, IP67 and EN50155.
Both Axis (M3113/3114) and Moxa (VPort P06) have vehicle rated (EN50155) IP cameras.
the MOBOTIX FlexMount S15 has Mobile-Ready (DIN EN 50155) rating, is rather Inconspicuous, has up to Two HiRes 180° Panorama lenses and can store recordings in the camera base and stream to a VMS.
Genetec has a LPR camera that can be mounted on a vehicle, dont need to use the LPR functionnality, but the casing his ruggerize, could be expensive though.