Recording and Event Archiving

The MDR5-L records GPS metadata incident tags which are automatically wirelessly uploaded to the depot server when the bus returns from the shift, then emailed to the nominated recipient(s). The type of incidents to be tagged depend on the number of categories available to the driver and other vehicle inputs. From the DTI depot server, incidents may be filtered and rapidly searched by time/date, region, direction of travel, between stops, event category etc,.

DTI Driver Duress (with live video streaming)

Remote Driver Duress Response takes on a whole new dimension with real-time GPS tacking and live video streaming. DTI’s back-office system has an optional module that will display real time bus locations on an interactive screen. In accordance with duress monitoring requirements; using push notification from the on-board DTI CCTV system, a driver duress event with bus location is flagged on the monitoring station screen. Using simple on screen prompts to acknowledge the call and the option to view live video from the drivers camera, monitoring staff can accurately assess any situation.

Recording Duration

The MDR5-L recorder utilises h.264 compression which is widely accepted as the most efficient compression technology for CCTV applications. The storage duration will depend on number of cameras, recording quality, frame rates and scene activity. The standard removable drive capacity for the MDR5-L recorder is 1000GB and covers the majority of 60 seat bus applications. The storage table to the right shows a DTI system optimised for a  typical urban bus scenario, for recording one digital plus seven analogue cameras over a 14 day period, for just under 20 hours per day. Larger drive sizes or external (max 4000GB) are also available to extend recording periods, record higher resolution, higher quality/bandwidth or increase frame rates. DTI can design an optimised recording template to match the individual requirements of your operation.

Recording and Event Archiving