Living in New York, you always have to have a few backup plans for getting around. When I hear the trains are delayed, I take the bus. A few weeks ago I took the bus home and something strange happened. The driver went off the scheduled route and started making strange stops. Passengers were uneasy, and I got off at the first stop I could and ended up taking a different subway line home.
If the bus was equipped with a Mobilemule™ Mobile DVR series, geo fencing would allow the fleet manager to get an alert when the vehicle deviates off the predetermined route.
DVR’s are perfect for fleet managers. They provide footage of accidents and information on vehicle location and driving routes. This is essential information for managing vehicles and drivers. It also helps for insurance purposes.
The Mobilemule™ Series
Here’s what to look for in a mobile DVR:
Recording Quality: Different models have different video quality recording capacities. Find a recording quality that fits your needs.
Storage Capability: Obviously the more storage, the better. Recorded footage overwrites old footage, so you want was much room as possible. Though the G-sensor allows you to recognize certain movements and save them as protected event files.
GPS: With GPS capability, not only will the footage record, but the location of that footage will be stored as well.
Remote Access: This feature allows you to access recorded footage remotely or through built-in WiFi (when in range) or even 3G/4G.
Take a look at our MobileMule™ page to see our wide selection of Mobile DVR’s.
Protect your drivers, your fleet, and your piece of mind with a MobileMule™.