Securtex Releases Full-Featured Rugged Mobile DVR

System has inputs for axis inertia sensors, GPS and wireless capabilities, four video channels


Securtex International (www.securtex.com), a Dayton, Ohio-based manufacturer of internationally distributed digital surveillance systems, has announced the launch of the Securtex MDVR-4120 line of Mobile Digital Video Recorders (MDVR) for use in trains, taxi cabs, school buses, watercraft, commercial fleets and other public and commercial vehicles.

This Mobile DVR product can be used as both a security and management tool because it records security cameras and responds to eight multiple information inputs.

The Securtex Mobile DVR design features a failsafe embedded Linux operating system, MPEG-4 compression, wide temperature and voltage tolerance, in a rugged, sealed lightweight modular design using mobile certified hard drives and a locking case. Its features 4 channels of fully synchronized video and audio recording capable of playback at 30 frames per second per camera.

The Securtex mobile DVR also features integrated passive GPS to record speed and location of the vehicle and supports most, industry standard active GPS to locate the vehicle in real time. MDVR-4120 can be connected to wireless (WI-FI) networking as well as cellular communication for viewing of live or recorded video.

Driver management tools include 3 axis inertia sensors with supporting software intended to analyze driver habits and promote safe vehicle operation. When used to its full potential, the Securtex Mobile DVR is an effective tool that will condition drivers to drive safer and take better care of the vehicles to reduce maintenance expense.

"We are certain that MDVR-4120 is the most feature rich and reliable mobile DVR system available today," said Ted Humphrey, President of Securtex International, Inc. "The transportation market is looking for a product that not only visually records what is happening in and around the vehicle, but is also capable of determining where the vehicle went, its speed and whether the driver was operating the vehicle safely."