News from Philippines:
MANILA, Philippines – In a bid to deter robberies inside buses, legislator has filed a bill, requiring bus firms install surveillance cameras inside their units nationally.
Paranaque City Rep. Eric Olivare said House Bill 3704 was enforced to install a video surveillance system in every public utility bus which enables bus operators to detect the vehicle in real-time.
As a leading Mobile DVR manufacturer from China, Howen got the requirement and specially developed two models of mobile DVR which are suitable for Philippines bus surveillance:
Hero-ME40-04A version and Hero-ME40-04 B version support long time recording for around 300 hours. The two models with built-in G-sensor, GPS, and an ethernet port for connecting to exist 3G/4G WIFI router and link to CMS/FMS server remotely.
Thousands of Howen MDVR were deployed for buses in the Philippines. The MDVR surveillance solution will allow the bus operator to timely alert the law enforcement authorities that a crime is currently happening inside a certain bus in a certain place, helping the police for the evidence analysis and reducing criminals.