observit mobile surveillance
Since 1996 Observit has supplied professional video surveillance solutions in close collaboration with the world-leading supplier of security cameras, Axis Communications.
Observits mission is to develop and run successful video surveillance services based on clear and attractive customer offerings.
Observit Mobile Surveillance is a cloud-based subscription service that revolutionizes video surveillance across bus fleets and serves as a platform for all stakeholders (bus operators, transit authorities and police). Based on IP cameras and wireless connectivity, Observit provides remote access to vehicles that does away with onboard work and standstills. The service makes it fast and easy to retrieve evidence, maintain surveillance equipment or gather data for business optimization – all while using less hardware. As technology, vehicles, fleet size and operating arrangements change, it ensures compatibility both backwards and forwards within the fleet.
overcoming onboard video surveillance challenges
Observit uses cloud connected mobile surveillance which means intelligent wireless network cameras and added insights that is managed from the cloud.
NEWS AND ARTICLES
Support for AXIS 6 MP dome with 360° panoramic view
Live-view – enhanced safety for driver and passengers
Observit recognized by cio review
EASIER TO INSTALL
- Cameras share onboard internet connection
- Automatically configure remotely
- Local on-camera stage
- No on-board hard disks
EASIER TO USE
- Real-time central viewing
- Immediate access to recorded video
- Stakeholders only transfer video they need
EASIER TO MAINTAIN
- Controlled through the cloud
- Remote health monitoring
- Simultanesous fleet-wide camera updates
With added insight
- Driver behavior
- Eco-driving assessment
- Passenger analysis
- Consistent surveillance across fleet
- Transfer licenses between depots
- Predictable monthly fee with no hidden costs
“We are extremely pleased.. We received a reliable solution that increases security for both our passengers and our bus drivers.”