Vehicle DVR – Mobile DVR
DVR or digital video recording technology has been around for a while now and the benefits to having such a device can be seen far and wide. Many home owners are aware how DVR can help them keep up with their favorite shows or movies, as well as taking out the hassle of missing scenes or moments due to interruptions or distractions. Businesses have also become aware of how DVR systems can help protect their clients and their inventory; adding DVRs to that of a surveillance system can help track down thieves, as well as checking out complaints from both clients and employees.
It may come as a surprise to learn that, as the rest of technology moves more towards mobility, so too does that of the DVR device. The vehicle DVR or mobile DVR creates a safety area while in a car or public vehicle. These types of systems allow for secure monitoring when it comes to the public – vehicle DVR or mobile DVR systems are widely used on public buses in order to monitor passengers and driver; taxis, in order to safely monitor both driver and passengers; and that of public transportation as a whole, such as with transit and railway stations.
It is not just public safety that vehicle DVR and mobile DVR systems give out; commercial vehicles, such as cars and trucks, can also benefit from that of a vehicle DVR or mobile DVR. For example, a business individual goes on a trip that will combine a long drive to both the destination and return. Should the individual come into danger while in the car, a vehicle DVR or mobile DVR can be used to trace the incident and in many cases, find the individual or individuals responsible for the mishap.
Parents who might send their teenager off for a long car trip can also use the vehicle DVR or mobile DVR to make sure that they arrive at their destination safely, without harm or incident.
Vehicle DVR and mobile DVR are not new technology, at least not to those that protect the streets and lives of their citizens. Law enforcement have been using this type of technology for some time, using it to aid them in altercations that may happen during routine traffic stops. In the case that an officer is hurt or killed during one of these, the vehicle DVR or mobile DVR can be used to pinpoint the time, date, and area in which an altercation has occurred.
In many cases, these systems have also been used to identify the car – both make, model, and license plate – that was stopped and can usually help identify the individual or individuals involved in the traffic stop, thus helping law enforcement solve the case.
This same technology has also helped to keep passengers safe within public transportation, as well as deter individuals from defiant and destructive behavior. It can also help with fraudulent claims against a company, both in the form of a passenger or an employee.
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