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March Networks of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and Viscom Products of Cambridge Massachusetts, a subsidiary of Diversified Security Solutions, have developed a complete onboard audio and video solution for public transportation applications. It uses an existing WiFi network to support an automated process for retrieving video from mobile digital video recorders as vehicles approach a central depot, and daily downloads are accomplished without manual intervention. The March 5308 MDVR system allows access to recorded and live video by wireless LANs, WANs, removable hard drives, and traditional Ethernet. The modular sealed-chassis design makes the recorder easy to install and service. 1011
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Title Annotation:security systems
Publication:Security Management
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Date:Oct 1, 2004
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